Upcoming Super Bowls
When an event is as popular as the Super Bowl, it makes sense to plan ahead. We’re proud to offer travel packages to football’s biggest event years in advance. The upcoming Super Bowl schedule features a great lineup of popular travel destinations that will make for some incredible Super Bowl experiences.
2020 Miami – Super Bowl LIV
Football’s biggest party heads to one of the country’s most exciting cities. Miami boasts gorgeous beaches, great restaurants, legendary nightlife, and of course, the warm Florida sun. It’s a city that’s on many travelers’ bucket lists and offers a little bit of everything. Not only is Miami an incredible destination, it’s also home to some amazing hotels. We’ve already secured rooms at some of the best, including the luxe Mandarin Oriental. Super Bowl LIV will play out at the recently renovated Hard Rock Stadium, an experienced host with five previous Super Bowls under its belt. This year more than ever, the Super Bowl will make the perfect excuse for a mid-winter vacation.
2021 Tampa – Super Bowl LV
Florida may just be the perfect Super Bowl location, so it’s no surprise that the sunshine state was awarded hosting duties two years in a row. Tampa has more than its share of blue skies and sunshine and has plenty to see and do. It’s a great place to spend Super Bowl weekend whether you’re traveling with colleagues, friends, or the family. Tampa has hosted the Super Bowl five times, and the 2021 game will mark the third one played at Raymond James Stadium. The Ray Jay, as it’s more affectionately known, is consistently ranked as one of the best venues in the league and is sure to be at its best for Super Bowl LV.
2022 Los Angeles – Super Bowl LVI
There are plenty of reasons why Los Angeles draws in so many travelers every year. It has the sun and surf, famous attractions, and is one of the world’s entertainment capitals. It’s also a mecca for sports fans, with an incredible eleven professional teams. In 2022 it will also play host to Super Bowl LVI. A highlight of Super Bowl LVI will be the brand new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park. Currently under construction, this venue will be state of the art and surrounded by an 8.5 million square foot entertainment center, complete with a theatre, outdoor movie screen, waterfall, restaurants and a shopping center.
2023 Phoenix – Super Bowl LVII
Super Bowl LVII will take place in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale. With an average of 300 sunny days per year and very little rain, Glendale’s weather alone makes it a perfect Super Bowl host, which was a big reason why the city was previously chosen to host the big game in 2015 and 2008. University of Phoenix Stadium will once again be the venue. As one of the premier venues in the league, it offers some unique features for spectators to enjoy. And in case sports fans needed another reason to attend football’s pinnacle event, Phoenix is home to almost 200 golf courses. A lot of football, a lot of golf: sounds like a perfect holiday.
2024 New Orleans – Super Bowl LVIII
In 2024, the Super Bowl will head to New Orleans, just in time for Mardi Gras season. It’s going to be great time in the Big Easy and we can arrange a custom travel package to help you experience it all. Enjoy wonderful hotels, indulgent food, extraordinary music and entertainment, and so much more. Super Bowl LVIII will mark the 11th time that New Orleans has hosted the Super Bowl; no city has more experience than NOLA. The beloved Superdome will play host and with a planned $450 million renovation in the works, it will be better than ever. You can be sure New Orleans knows how to do things right and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for visitors in 2024.
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