House of Blues - New Orleans, LA
February 3, 2013 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM
This year’s VIP Pregame Super Bowl Party will be hosted at the world famous House of Blues New Orleans prior to the Super Bowl on February 3, 2013 at 11:30 AM. The VIP Pregame Party includes:
Our Gameday Packages provide you with the ultimate gameday experience. Each Gameday Package includes:
Experience an exclusive Chalk Talk with legendary Hall of Famer and NFL coach, Mike Ditka. Having collected a Rookie of the Year honor, six All-Pro selections, three Super Bowl rings (as a player and coach), and a near decade of ESPN NFL analysis, you can’t afford to miss his insight.
Proud New Orleanian, two-time Pro-Bowl great, and patriarch of two Super Bowl winning quarterbacks, Archie Manning was drafted 2nd overall by the Saints in 1971 and became the first player in their history inducted into the Louisiana Superdome Wall of Fame. There’s simply no one better to talk about New Orleans’ 10th Super Bowl.
The House of Blues is the hot spot in New Orleans, well known as for its eclectic the ambiance of an old Southern Delta Juke Joint and its popularity is well deserved. Since its establishment in the French Quarter in 1994, the House of Blues has been the premiere performance location for well-known touring bands. It is also a dynamic eatery, serving a variety of menu items ranging from down home New Orleans cooking to selections from the Southwest and the Pacific Rim. The atmosphere is eclectic, extending from the “Voodoo Lounge” patio, to the dining room, decorated in bas relief sculptures of blues artists, to the Club which features a multitude of primitive religious artwork all over the walls and anywhere else it can fit!
The walls of the restaurant and music hall are covered with a 298 pieces of folk art and the venue itself is home to the largest collection of folk art in the country. When visiting the House of Blues New Orleans, look for the crest–shaped plaque hung above the table in the second to the last booth in the restaurant. This was installed in December of 1994 in honor of Blues Legend, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown. A portrait of Gatemouth also hangs in “his” booth. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues New Orleans displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.
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