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Following Sunday night’s epic nailbiter between Kansas City and San Francisco, it’s time to start thinking about next year. And on Monday, Feb. 12, the next host city started its official countdown: New Orleans, where the Caesars Superdome will host the Big Game for the 11th time (tying Miami for hosting the most Super Bowls ever) on Feb. 9, 2025.

The Caesars Superdome, New Orleans.

In 2013, Super Bowl XLVII brought an estimated $480 million in economic impact to the state of Louisiana, the city of New Orleans and surrounding areas. Now 12 years later, the city anticipates that number to be well in excess of $500 million.

It is expected that small businesses across the city and region will benefit, creating lucrative opportunities for tens of thousands of workers, creators, musicians, artists and culture bearers. This economic upswing will extend to various sectors such as hotels, restaurants, cultural attractions, bars, venues, shops, and transportation providers, generating an immediate boost with the potential for sustained business growth in the years ahead.

New Orleans: “Built to Host”

The city doesn’t merely host a game, but curates an experience, which immerses attendees in the rich culture, supported by the top-tier infrastructure of New Orleans, demonstrating why the city is consistently chosen to host the Big Game. What sets New Orleans apart is its walkability, allowing attendees to stroll through the lively streets, soak in the soulful rhythms of jazz, and make their commute to the game quite simple. With the Caesars Superdome celebrating its 50th anniversary, it’s even more spectacular and accessible. 

“Now, the focus is on New Orleans, but we’re no stranger to being on this world stage. There are good reasons why the NFL has chosen New Orleans as a host destination 11 times,” said 2025 Super Bowl LIX Host Committee Chair Marcus Brown in a media announcement. “From our spicy Creole dishes to our rich music and entertainment culture, and of course our Southern hospitality, we are built to host the hundreds of thousands of fans that will flock to the Crescent City for Super Bowl 59. It’s what we do, and we are excited to have the privilege to do it again in 2025.”

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