As fans await the 2019 Super Bowl LIII in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, a series of free concerts is concurrently taking place at the Centennial Olympic Park.
Collectively called “Super Bowl Live,” concerts and festivities occur daily toward the February 03, 2019 Super Bowl 53 final match. Local and visiting fans of the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, will surely be all hyped-up for the Big Day!
The main concerts, albeit for a ticket price, are set to happen at the State Farm Arena; bringing over big name music talents such as Metro Boomin’, Migos, Lil Baby and Lil Yachty on January 31, 2019; Aerosmith on Feb 01, 2019 and finally, Bruno Mars on February 03, 2019.
The Super Bowl LIII (53) 2019 event is the third Super Bowl hosted by the city. The first was the 1994 Super Bowl XXVIII (28) and the second, the 2000 Super Bowl XXXIV. Both were held in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. The stone’s throw proximity of the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, to the Atlanta Convention, the State Farm Arena and the Centennial Olympic Park, makes the city an ideal location in which to hold a week-long series of concerts and festivities, enhancing the 2019 Super Bowl 53 event.
Atlanta’s Missing Link to an Otherwise Compleat Super Bowl LIII Experience
One important thing missing, to make the Super Bowl LIII Atlanta visit complete for avid sports spectators, are sportsbook outlets. Sports betting in Georgia is still illegal and not even the best sports betting website (เว็บพนันบอล แนะนํา)operating legally in other U.S. States can furnish a solution. After all, online sports betting in the U.S is legal only if betting transactions transpire within the boundaries of their respective jurisdiction.
Local and visiting sport betting enthusiasts in Atlanta will have to content themselves with fantasy sports betting, being the only legal type of sports betting activity in Georgia. Still, savvy sports bettors can find their way through the Internet in seeking for a solution. They know of sport betting websites operating in other countries (in Canadian, European or Asian regions), not legally barred from accepting sports bets coming from different geo-locations.
Sad to say, a bill proposing for the legalization of sport betting has yet to be introduced in Georgia Congress; perhaps one will come up in time for the next Atlanta Super Bowl event.