Rolling Stones Super Bowl PartyWhen: February 6th, 2016

Where: San Francisco Galleria Design Center

Time: 9PM – 2AM

Ticket Price Range: $945 – $18,900

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In 2015, the Rolling Stones Magazine hosted the most expensive of all Super Bowl parties, according to Forbes based on their estimations of resale ticket prices that averaged around $2,160.08 [1]. The week prior to the Super Bowl has turned out to be some type of American party week, with top brands like Maxim and Playboy hosting Super Bowl parties of their own.

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Playboy has been trying for years to recover the spotlight against the Rolling Stone Magazine, and currently stands 2nd as the most desired party to attend themed after the big event. Precisely this year 2016, Playboy Magazine is expected to outstand every other Super Bowl party as the sex magazine will launch their new version of the monthly subscription with a more intellectual content, politics, modern cultural interest, humor and celebrity interviews will share some page space with the Playmates. Playboy Super Bowl Party tickets are more affordable than Rolling Stone´s, why not attend both?

Rolling Stones Super Bowl Party Preview:

Do Rock Stars beat Playmates?

We´ll see this next February 6th just before the Super Bowl which takes place the 7th. The Playboy party will happen the same day, so fans need to decide which party they would like to attend.

The event will include a premium open bar, great catered food, interactive activities and musical performances by top artists. Dance side by side big time celebrities along 1,300 attendees. Known celebrities to have been in or have hosted a Rolling Stone Magazine Super Bowl party include Pitbull, LMFAO, Flo Rida, Cobra Starship, Lupe Fiasco, and Gym Class Heroes.

Were Will it Be?

The San Francisco Galleria Design Center, February 6th 2016 in San Francisco.

Location: 101 Henry Adams St,  San Francisco, CA 94103

Get your ticket for the Super Bowl and Rolling Stones Party:

Who Can Attend?

Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party

Anyone over 21 years of age with a disposition to party like an animal side by side Hollywood´s top celebrities, sportsmen and other A–listers. But don´t think this is a VIP exclusive party, anyone with the desire to purchase a ticket for the Rolling Stones Super Bowl party can do so.

You can buy your tickets directly from Ticket Network or Ticket Liquidator. Both websites host similar prices and seats. The process is easy and safe, just use your credit card to purchase, provide your email, ID and mailing address to receive your tickets. Once you purchase the delivery date of the ticket will be announced.

Who Will Perform at the Rolling Stones Super Bowl Party?

This is always a well-guarded secret just days before the event happens. Past performers have included Pitbull, Flo Rida, LMFAO, Cobra Starship, Lupe Fiasco, Gym Class Heroes, last year Steven Tyler and Charli XCX were the hosts.

Other Events and Parties

DirecTV and Pepsi will be throwing a party of their own the week prior to the Super Bowl. Fans in San Francisco can also attend the Opening Night, an event were the media interviews the players for a couple of hours. Monster Truck and food events make up the offering of thing to do in San Francisco during the Super Bowl.

Reserve a Hotel Room

Even if you fail to buy a Super Bowl ticket there is plenty to do in San Francisco. Reserve your hotel room now with Hotels.com or any of the ticket resellers we have in offer. 3 cities surround the Super Bowl with mega events to attend to: San Francisco, Santa Ana and San Jose.

External Links

[1] Forbes.com, Rolling Stone Party Leads Most Expensive Pre Super Bowl Events in Arizona, 2015