When it comes time for the Super Bowl, the weekend leading up to the game is filled with huge celebrations. This year Atlanta will host the hottest parties to cheer on the NFL teams before they face off on Sunday. Big names from everywhere will be attending parties for Super Bowl LIII.
On February 2, Rolling Stone will host their legendary Super Bowl party that will attract attendees to party hard with celebrities like Steven Tyler and Elle King. Expect a premium open bar including liquor, beer, wine and soda. Of course it wouldn’t be a Rolling Stone party without an amazing headliner performance(TBD). To secure a spot to this hot event, you’re going to have to get your tickets as soon as possible.
Price analysis of the secondary market indicates that tickets to the Rolling Stone Live Super Bowl Party are not cheap. However, if you’re willing to splurge for the ultimate Super Bowl weekend experience, this party is the place to be. The average ticket for general admission is listed for $818!
The best price for a spot to party like a rock star at this event is found on ZeroMarkup.com. Due to the sites, no service fee policy, the least expensive general admission ticket is listed for $781.95. The second best place to purchase a ticket to the Stone’s celebration is TicketClub.com, who is charging $805.99. You can save close to $87 for entrance on these two sites, compared to competitor sites such as StubHub, who list their cheapest ticket for $868.89.
See the most up-to-date ticket prices to the Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party below:
Lowest Prices To The Rolling Stone Live Super Bowl Party By Site As Of 1/8/19 At 10:30AM
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Last Updated on January 8, 2019 by Abby Richardson