There are over 120 Super Bowl parties happening in Phoenix this weekend, but there is one in particular that stand out from the rest.
On Saturday night, Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams and his wife, Erika, will host the Big Game, Big Give Party at their 20,000-square-foot home in Paradise Valley.
The event is sure to be super-swanky, but it’s the co-hosts, Mark Wahlberg and Michael Bay, who are causing most of the buzz. Among those who clamored to get on the guest list were Walmart heirs Melani and Rob Walton, Arizona’s Republican U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, and Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill.
“This is intimate, and you’re going to be in this exquisite estate and literally sitting on this couch talking to captains of industry, Hollywood leaders, all kinds of athletes and celebrities,” said Giving Back Fund’s Mark Pollick.
What can guests expect? Fireworks, a cake topped with an edible Vince Lombardi trophy, an exclusive look at Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction blooper reel, gift bags stuffed with $100,000 in goods, and raffles and prizes from Saks Fifth Avenue.
There are tickets available to the bash but, if you want to attend, you have to fill out this form and, if you’re deemed worthy, you’ll get an invite. But, it won’t be free. Tickets start at $2500 with proceeds going toward the $1 million organizers are hoping to raise for the Giving Back Fund.
Can’t afford the Big Game, Big Give party? Check out all of this weekend’s Super Bowl festivities – including plenty that are free and open to the public – at visitphoenix.com.