See Rams, Patriots, other NFL players at Super Bowl Opening Night

See Rams, Patriots, other NFL players at Super Bowl Opening Night

Todd Gurley #30 of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates after defeating the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 20, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Do you want to see Tom Brady, Todd Gurley and all the players set to take part in the Super Bowl? If you don't have $5,000 to buy a seat to the big game, there's another way.

Super Bowl 53 festivities kick off with Super Bowl Opening Night Fueled by Gatorade on Monday, January 28, 2019 at State Farm Arena.

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Fans can purchase tickets at to be in the arena as thousands of media interview the Super Bowl players and coaches during their only public appearance in Atlanta before the game.

Attendees will see the Super Bowl teams in person and will be able to listen to players answer questions via free radios distributed throughout the venue.
Super Bowl Opening Night is the first interaction that Super Bowl players and coaches from both teams have with media after arrival in Atlanta, and the only time the two teams will be in one location before the game.
For the third straight year, members of both teams will appear together on stage in front of fans. Super Bowl Opening Night will also feature special appearances and autographs by NFL players and legends, team mascots, as well as fan photo opportunities and the chance to win prizes including two tickets to Super Bowl 53.
“Super Bowl Opening Night in Atlanta will enable fans to see and listen to every Super Bowl player and coach just hours after they arrive in the city,” said Peter O'Reilly, NFL Senior Vice President of Events and Club Business Development. “We are very excited to have fans join these players and media from around the world in officially kicking off Super Bowl week.”
Tickets are $29 and doors will open at 5:30 PM ET.

For more information on the event and updates on other Super Bowl LIII celebrations, fans may visit