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It’s been nearly 30 years since Los Angeles hosted the Super Bowl and despite the pandemic being an ongoing threat, since the big game is finally returning, the big parties are ready to kick off, too.

Super Bowl-related events are happening throughout the area and include everything from concerts with music superstars like Green Day and Miley Cyrus to partying and eating with celebrity chefs like Guy Fieri to hanging out with Lakers legend Shaquille O’Neal at his own carnival.

Even Disneyland is getting into the celebration and teaming up with ESPN to celebrate the game.

Here are six of the biggest Super Bowl parties, concerts and other events happening around Southern California to celebrate the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium between the Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals on Feb. 13.

Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s

When: Various hours on Feb. 5-Feb. 6 and Feb. 10-12

Where: Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles.

Cost: Tickets start at $ 20 for adults, children ages 12 and get in for free

Details: Chances are pretty high you don’t have the skills to survive in an NFL football game, but you can still experience what some of the pros go through and participate in interactive games, youth football clinics and take part in a 40-yard dash against NFL players on LED screens.

There’s also a lot to just look at, including exhibits such as the actual Lombardi Trophy to be awarded on Feb. 13, every Super Bowl-winning team’s championship rings, and the Hall of Fame busts of John Madden, Peyton Manning, LaDainian Tomlinson and others.

COVID-19 protocols: Masks are required as well as proof of vaccination or a negative test. There will be free testing offered in the Gilbert Lindsay Plaza located across Pico Boulevard from the Convention Center’s South Hall.

Information: NFL.com/sbxonsale

ESPN at the Disneyland Resort

When: Feb. 9-13

Where: Disneyland Resort, 1313 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim

Cost: Park admission for events inside Disney California Adventure, free to attend Downtown Disney events.

Details: Disneyland is teaming up with ESPN for a week-long celebration that will include pregame telecasts and events at Disney California Adventure and Downtown Disney.

Theme park ticket holders can see the ESPN Super Bowl broadcast center on the World of Color viewing area on Paradise Bay at Disney California Adventure from Feb. 9-13. That’s where the station will broadcast segments of its “SportsCenter,” “NFL Live,” “Postseason NFL Countdown” and “NFL Matchup” shows.

And just outside DCA, the Super Bowl Fan Experience will happen in Downtown Disney from 1-7 pm Feb. 10-13. It will include free games and giveaways happening on the esplanade between Tortilla Jo’s and Splitsville Luxury Lanes.

Information: disneyparks.disney.go.com

The Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest

When: Feb. 10-12

Where: Crypto.com Arena, 1111 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles

Cost: Tickets start at $ 50

Details: One of the biggest celebrations is taking place at Crypto.com Arena where the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest will take over the arena Feb. 10-12.

The concert series with three days of music begins Feb. 10 with Halsey and Machine Gun Kelly headlining. On Feb. 11, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani take the stage along with Mickey Guyton, the latter of whom will perform the national anthem at the Super Bowl. And the musical weekend closes the day before the big game with performances by Green Day and Miley Cyrus.

“We always want to try and get as many genres as we can involved, we want high energy since obviously it’s the Super Bowl and people are there to have fun and we think we have the lineup to bring that all together,” said Don Renzulli. , co-executive producer of the Bud Light event.[[

The Bud Light festival made its debut at the 2019 Super Bowl at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta and returned for the next game in 2020 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.

And since it was canceled last year due to COVID-19, Renzulli thinks fans will be extra celebratory this year when it comes to Super Bowl-related events.

“I think it’s going to be huge, I think there’s a lot of pent-up demand coming out of last year,” he said.

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