Throw the Best Super Bowl Party Ever Where Everyone Wins

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The Super Bowl is quickly approaching! Whether you tune in for the game, the commercials, the half time performance or just the miraculous wings and dips at your Super Bowl party.. it’s a day for everyone to enjoy. Here are our expert few tips for planning the best Super Bowl party ever that your family and friends will never forget!


No matter what reason you have for attending a super bowl party, food plays a huge role in it. Super Bowl food is the best!!! Wings, chips and dip, beer, and basically anything that’s indulgent. Not only is the food amazing, but the Super Bowl allows you to get creative with your food and their display.


Unless you’re watching the super bowl in a frat house… decorations are a must! It’s so simple and even fun to capture your team’s spirit on game day! Whether you’re for the Falcons or the Patriots, get creative with your teams colors and logos! If you don’t want to spend a lot getting your den party ready, check out the video below on how to DIY Super Bowl party decorations!

Don’t Be A Party Pooper!

Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens gives us some expert tips on how to save your amazing party from the dreaded party poopers of Super Bowl season.

Lastly, enjoy!

How could you not? It was confirmed yesterday on Twitter that Luke Bryan is singing the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl. We know that the country singing hottie will not disappoint! Here’s his popular 2015 fit Move, if you want to see what you’re in for.

This year at half time, Lady Gaga is taking the stage. Last year’s half time show performance brought in 115.5 million views in the United States so she has a lot to live up to. Not to mention that last year’s half time show was Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and Coldplay. Other performers to grace the Super Bowl stage have included U2, Paul McCartney, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and Katy Perry. Lady Gaga performed the national anthem at last year’s Super Bowl, so she’s no stranger to this stage.

Don’t miss out on the Falcons v the Patriots on February 5th at the Super Bowl! Catch the game at 6:30 EST on FOX!