Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin pulled off an unforgettable Super Bowl Party in Sin City this year. The annual Fanatics Super Bowl party, held at the Marquee Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, brought together over 1,000 guests for a spectacular blend of party vibes and music festival excitement ahead of the big game.
Kim and Odell made separate entrances, fueling the ongoing dating rumors. But once inside, they shared a friendly hug near the heart of the outdoor party area. Kim also caught up with her friend La La Anthony during the exclusive invite-only bash. Meanwhile, Odell hung out with his own crew.
The party was a dazzling mix of glitz, music, and sports, making it an unforgettable Super Bowl weekend for the A-listers.
Kim Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr. opted for a low-key evening, with Kim enjoying her time alongside Khloé and family friend La La Anthony and Beckham Jr. mingling with his own crew. Meanwhile, Tom Brady was all smiles as he chatted with Rubin, hugging him warmly. The party buzzed with other VIP guests like Tate McRae, Alix Earle, Ne-Yo, Queen Latifah, and more. Notable athletes, including Shaquille O’Neal and Joe Burrow, also made appearances.
The exclusive event featured 18 captivating performances by stars like Travis Scott, The Chainsmokers, and Remy Ma. Justin Bieber even took the stage, dancing alongside Scott and Rubin to his hit song “What Do You Mean?” His presence sparked rumors that he might join Usher as a special guest during Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show. The connection between Bieber and Usher, who played a pivotal role in launching Bieber’s career, adds to the excitement.
At the Fanatics event, Ice Spice took the stage to perform her latest viral hit, “Think U The Shit (Fart),” marking only the second time she’s showcased it. The crowd was treated to more memorable moments, including Travis Scott inviting a fan onstage to join him in singing “No Bystanders.” The young partygoer impressively rapped along, never missing a beat as the energy soared.
Scott, known for his “Sicko Mode” vibes, even made a special request: he asked for all the house lights to be turned off, declaring, “It’s shot-o-clock!” Comedian Kevin Hart added to the excitement, grooving onstage during the finale alongside Meek Mill, Fabolous, and Micah Parsons, all while sipping Gran Coramino Tequila.
The Fanatics bash was undeniably one of Vegas’ most star-studded parties, celebrating Super Bowl LVIII. Notable guests from the exclusive list are also expected to attend Sunday’s NFL championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nev.
Don’t miss the festivities! Tune in for pregame entertainment featuring Reba McEntire, Post Malone, and Andra Day, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on CBS, Nickelodeon, and Paramount+.