Super Bowl party season is right around the corner … and one of the most hyped events of the weekend is looking to one-up itself — with a nearly $3 million budget!!
TMZ Sports spoke with David Spencer of Talent Resources Sports, which helps put on the annual Sports Illustrated bash during Super Bowl Weekend … and he tells us the S.I. bash will live up to its reputation this year — especially after COVID-19 prevented the party from happening in 2021.
“We’ve been known to throw some premiere events in our 15-year history, and super honored to be back in L.A. and doing something bigger than ever,” Spencer tells us.
This season, the event is slated to have names like Kygo, Jack Harlow, Frank Walker and more on board to get the vibes going … and the crowd will be filled with the biggest celebs, athletes and models like years past.
With all that being said, tables for the party come with quite the price tag — we’re talking 5 figures — but it’s for good reason.
“It’s an expensive event to produce,” Spencer adds. “We’re almost up to the $3 million mark for that event alone, so it’s a tough ticket.”
On top of the S.I. party, Spencer tells us about the Super Bowl viewing party at Jimmy Goldstein‘s iconic L.A. mansion … and he says the event (which comes with a $1,500-$2,000 ticket) will be super COVID-19 safe … and catered by local hotspot Craig’s!!
But, Spencer warns everybody trying to attend the Goldstein watch party — good luck finding a ticket.