Travis Scott, Lil Baby, J Balvin, and the Chainsmokers to Headline Michael Rubin's Fanatics Super Bowl Party

Travis Scott has multiple events on his agenda for the big weekend, including Michael Rubin's star-stacked Fanatics Super Bowl party in Phoenix.

Travis Scott is seen performing live

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Travis Scott is seen performing live

Ahead of Rihanna’s highly (and rightfully) anticipated halftime performance, information has been made publicly available regarding Michael Rubin’s Fanatics Super Bowl party.

Headlining the event, which a press release bills as the “hottest party” of the big weekend, is a slate of artists including Travis Scott and more.

As far as specifics, the event is penciled in for Feb. 11 and will see its stacked lineup of top-tier performers and party guests taking over Phoenix’s Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria resort. Joining Scott on the confirmed list of headlining performers are Lil Baby, J Balvin, and the Chainsmokers.

Jay-Z, Ciara, Russell Wilson, Kevin Hart, and more have all been attendees at past throw downs.

The Fanatics Super Bowl party isn’t the only event that weekend set to feature Travis Scott. As also revealed on Monday, he’ll headline the 2023 edition of Rolling Stone Live from the Clayton House in Scottsdale. DJ & MC Irie and DJ Whoo Kid will also perform. Sponsors for the Feb. 10 event include the American Cancer Society, Crown Royal, Bodyarmor, Hemper, Jardin Premium Cannabis Dispensary, and more.

As for the main event, Rihanna fans have had their anticipation sent into overdrive in the days leading up to her performance, details of which have been largely kept under wraps. On Monday, Apple Music debuted its Road to Halftime experience, which boasts everything from Spatial Audio-improved catalog entries to a retrospective Halftime Hype Radio series. On Feb. 9, fans can expect a special Rihanna interview as part of Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Press Conference proceedings.

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