‘The Big Game Experience’ Hosted By Jamie Foxx


If you were in Phoenix Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX, then you know that everyday prior to the big game were equally big parties held across the city. One of the best parties going down Super Bowl weekend took place at the W Scottsdale.

Jamie Foxx and friends took over the hotels WET DECK for what party goers will remember as an epic night of singing, star gazing and of course, plenty of libations.

Foxx hosted the, The Big Game Experience. Produced by Erica Hill & Barry Gardner, with assistance from event partners that included Toyota, Keurig, Jack Daniels, Pritchet Law Firm, Exotic Euro Cars, and Rafaello & Co, The Big Game Experience was the ultimate party, complete with celebrity sightings, great atmosphere, and countless memorable moments courtesy of host Jamie Foxx.

The Academy and Grammy Award Winner gave fans a complete show that included his best Marshawn Lynch impression, singing, and free shots of Jack Daniels, personally poured by Jamie himself.

Foxx wasn’t alone on stage. Jemele Hill and Michael Smith from ESPN’s His & Hers played the role of guest emcees for Dj Irie. Their presence defiantly helped keep the party live. 

Celebrities on hand for the eventful evening included Cam Newton,  Shark Tank’s Daymond John, Patrick Peterson, Jamaal Charles, MMA Legend Chuck Liddell, ESPN Anchor Kristin Spodobalski, singer D’Lannie, Stephen A Smith (First Take), GermFree and Young Knox of Activated Music, Alex Thomas, Jemele Hill and Michael Smith (of ESPN’s His & Hers), actor Chris Evans (Captain America), Adam Richman (Man Vs. Food), actor Tyrin Turner, super producer Megha Maan, actor Tom Lister, Jr., Jerome Bettis, and actress AnnaLynne McCord (90210).




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