Rolling Stone Live: Miami, the brands 10th appearance at a Big Game weekend, will provide an experience that SLS and Rolling Stone are known for — an exceptional night out with the biggest stars in music and sports — presented by Can-Am and sponsored by Vivid Seats, MCM, CÎROC VODKA, and Elysian Brewing.
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Rolling Stone Party
It goes without saying that Rolling Stone knows how to throw a party and with the biggest name in the business in charge of the entertainment, you can be assured knowing that the program will blow everything else out of the water. The Rolling Stone Party consistently attracts the biggest celebrities in town and gives the privileged attendees an unrivaled opportunity to party hard with big names like Steven Tyler, Avicii, and Elle King. If you want a spot at this hot event, you’ll need to get your tickets secured early.
Again with the exclusivity. Last year, Rolling Stone used its Super Bowl Party as a chance to celebrate the magazine’s 50th anniversary. They hosted an A-List party with Nas, Big Sean, Diplo, and DJ Cassidy at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Everybody was raving about how they’d scored the most beautiful venue in town – one of the largest art museums in America – and the idea of hip hop and fine art in the same place is awesome. (But hey, what do you think they did with all that art during the party? Surely you can’t leave it out around a bunch of ragers and party people.) It was a unique choice to say the least.
This was Rolling Stone’s sixth annual Super Bowl Party, and there were athletes, celebs, influencers, you name it. Warren Sapp and other NFL stars were there alongside people like Andi Dorfman of The Bachelorette, Busta Rhymes, and Miss USA.
There was a sneakily hidden red carpet, Budweiser-sponsored photo booth, and Mercedez Benz cars to chauffeur VIPs. Rumor has it the party was private and invite-only, which makes sense considering the intimate venue style, but there were a few tickets you could snag for around $750 a piece. You know, for the common man. There were themed exhibits placed around the museum, as well as (obviously) an open bar, plenty of hors d’oeuvres, auctions, and the wafting smell of marijuana… apparently.
2019: Young Thug, Ludacris, Gunna
2018: Migos, 21 Savage, & T-Pain
2017: Diplo, Nas, & Big Sean
2016: Travis Scott, Elle King, and Avicii
2015: Charli XCX and Steven Tyler
2013: Pitbull, Florida, and Nick Cannon
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