Super Bowl 53: Things to do in Atlanta on Jan. 30


Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai

Super Bowl Experience Driven by Hyundai is the NFL's interactive theme park celebrating Super Bowl LIII from Jan. 26 through Feb. 2 in the Georgia World Congress Center Building B.
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Visitors can collect free NFL player and legend autographs, get an up-close look at the collection of all 52 Super Bowl rings and train like an NFL player at Combine Corner with the 3 Cone Drill, 40-Yard Dash and the Broad Jump. After testing your skills on the field, see what happens off the field with behind-the-scenes access to NFL Network player and celebrity interviews at the Bridgestone Fan Gallery located in Building A of the Georgia World Congress Center.

Prices and times may vary based on date and demand. With the purchase of one $20 adult ticket, up to three complimentary tickets for kids 12 and under will be offered at the Super Bowl Experience Box Office. The last day for this deal is Jan. 30.


Super Bowl Legends Party featuring Flutie Brothers Band

Former NFL quarterback turned drummer Doug Flutie takes the stage with his all-star band, including his brother Darren Flutie (guitar); Michael Gauvin Smith (guitar and vocals); Ted Armstrong (keyboards); Spencer Hargis (bass/vocals); and Sean Jenness (lead vocals). The event is a fundraiser for Team Type 1 Foundation. 8 p.m. Jan. 31. $275-$5,000. Suite Food Lounge, 375 Luckie St. NW., Atlanta. 1-877-232-6223, Ext. 503,

20th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Comic and radio/TV personality Rickey Smiley will co-host the 20th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration with a musical lineup that includes Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and the Winans.

The NFL-sanctioned event will be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Atlanta Symphony Hall, 1280 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. $49-$125. The show will air on BET at 8 p.m. Feb. 2. 404-733-4900 or 404-733-5000,

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Super Bowl Live

Super Bowl Live presented by Verizon is a free-to-the-public fan village, highlighting the city’s cultural and music scene and featuring fireworks. Concerts produced by Grammy winner Jermaine Dupri.

Thursday: Craig Campbell, Hero the Band, Tyler Tritt and Lyn Avenue.

Friday: ATLiens, Hearty Har, The Jacks, Seed & Feed Marching Band and more.

Saturday: Kelechi, Monica, DJ Smurf & So So Def All-Stars and more.

Super Bowl Live will be open Jan. 31-Feb. 2. Free. Centennial Olympic Park, 265 Park Ave. NW, Atlanta.

Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest. Ludacris & Friends, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby and more. 9 p.m. Thursday. $50-$500. State Farm Arena. 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta.,

Zac Brown Band. Presented by Pandora Live. Doors open at 7 p.m. Thursday, entry is not guaranteed and subject to capacity. Free, but RSVP on website required. Tabernacle. 152 Luckie St. NW, Atlanta.

Lil Baby and Gunna. 10 p.m. Thursday. $40-$100. Gold Room, 2416 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta.

Yo Gotti, Bernice Burgos and Moneybagg Yo. 10 p.m. Thursday. $40-$100. Compound, 1008 Brady Ave. NW, Atlanta.

Gucci Mane. 11 p.m. Thursday. $75. Ravine, 1021 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta.