Your Floss Magazine Guide to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta
Over 500,000 attendees are from all over the world are expected to converge in Atlanta, Georgia this week for Super Bowl LIII. The city of Atlanta, including it’s Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, has been more than ready by preparing for this event for over five years.
As the Los Angeles Rams prepare to take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, there are several events for attendees to checkout. Of course you cannot go to Atlanta without checking out a good party or concert.
All week long Atlanta Live at Centennial Park will be showcasing local Atlanta talent like Jermaine Dupri, Pastor Troy and The Youngbloodz. This is a great venue because it is free to the public and loaded with tons of activities. Speaking of activities, right across the street in The World Congress Center is the NFL Super Bowl Experience. Here you can participate in virtual activities and collect a ton of NFL Player autographs. Tickets start at $40.
The city is buzzing for the Bud Light Super Fest. A three night event at The State Farm Arena in walking distance from Centennial Park, The World Congress Center, and the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Thursday night will kickoff with Atlanta superstars The Migos and Ludacris. Friday night will feature Aerosmith, and Saturday night will close out with Bruno Mars and Cardi B.
Finally, many Hip Hop artists like Snoop Dogg and Lil Jon are hosting parties at clubs throughout the city. Shaquille O’Neal is hosting his Fun House Party Friday night at the Battery in Cobb County, and Floss Magazine will be checking out some great fundraising events for a cause hosted by NFL Hall of Famers Lawrence Taylor on Thursday night and Ray Lewis on Friday night.
Words and pictures by Carl Agard
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