10 More Super Bowl XLV Events in Dallas

On Super Bowl weekend, Dallas-Fort Worth turns into ‘Party Town’! Hotels, restaurants and other venues are booked by celebrities and local VIPs for Super Bowl parties and events. I posted a list of 10 Best Super Bowl Parties in Dallas, but I found some other hot events you might like. If you can’t attend the big game at Cowboy Stadium, this is your chance to rub shoulders with P Diddy and other celebrities.

10 More of the Best Super Bowl Events in Dallas

North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee’s Kickoff

Wednesday, February 2
Hotel ZaZa
Tickets start at $150

This is the official UBS Financial Services Kickoff VIP affair, hosted by Minnesota Vikings’ Running Back, Adrian Peterson.

All-Star Celebrity Poker Tournament

Friday, February 4
Southside Music Hall

Minnesota Vikings’ Running Back, Adrian Peterson hosts this charity event.

The Official B4 Party

Friday, February 4
Tower Building at Fair Park
Ticket Information

This Private Event, hosted by The Black Eyed Peas is by invitation ONLY.  Please call 1.800.578.0134 for more information.

What’s Your Fantasy Super Bowl Party

Saturday, February 5
Tower Building at Fair Park
Ticket Information

P Diddy host this event with some of the hottest celebrities and athletes. Dance the night away to beats by DJ Clinton Sparks, DJ Irie, and Jamal Small.

26th Annual NFL Charity Super Bowl Golf Classic

Saturday, February 5
Stonebriar Country Club
Entry Fee: $1500 per player, $6000 per team of 4

NFL Experience

Thursday, January 27 to Sunday, January 30
Wednesday, February 2 to Sunday, February 6
Dallas Convention Center

The NFL Experience features more than 50 interactive games and attractions for men, women and children of all ages, including free clinics offering football instruction, as well as NFL Coaches’ Chats, where NFL coaches give insiders a look at the game of football. Free autograph sessions and the largest football card show also are featured.

Taste of the NFL

Saturday, February 5
Fort Worth Convention Center
Ticket Info

The Taste of the NFL is an  over-the-top food and wine extravaganza that brings together the country’s top chefs as well as current and alumni NFL players to represent each NFL city. The event raises money and awareness for hunger relief. All net proceeds are contributed to food banks in the surrounding region. Special guest performer, Martina McBride.

Super Bowl XLV Gospel Celebration

Friday, February 4
Fair Park Music Hall, Dallas
For more info about the 12th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration.

Join Grammy Award-winning artists, CeCe Winans, Mary Mary and Donnie McClurkin,  as well as the NFL Players Choir for an evening of uplifting and inspirational music.

Off the Field NFL Players’ Wives Awards Banquet & Fashion Show

Friday, February 4
Fairmont Dallas Luxury Hotel
For info about Individual tickets and corporate sponsorships

Benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, this event will showcase fashions from Abi Ferrin, Texas’ Next Top Designer winner, and will be co-hosted by Pat Smith, Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith’s wife and Amy Vanderoef.

Super Bowl Trains

Friday, February 4 to Sunday, February 6
Grapevine Vintage Railroad
Visit Grapevine, Texas for details

It’s a “super” time in North Texas as football season comes to an end. While in town, be sure to hop aboard the Super Football Trains. Kickoff your trip from one of two locations…Guests can depart Grapevine at 10a.m. and 12p.m. or depart from the Fort Worth Stockyards at 2p.m. and 4p.m. This one-hour ride is sure to be a touchdown for every one of all ages as it is a one-of-a-kind experience in North Texas! Tackle all the fun with football trivia and prizes aboard this excursion.

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