Jan 1, 2018 - New Orleans, LA
The 2018 Sugar Bowl will be held on January 1st in New Orleans at the Superdome. The 2018 Sugar Bowl will be the site of one of the two College Football Semi-Final games. Stay in New Orleans close to the French Quarter, enjoy top quality Sugar Bowl tickets, plus VIP access to team pep rallies and hospitality. Experience the Sugar Bowl and New Orleans with all it's Jazz clubs, entertainment on Bourbon Street, and endless nightlife!
2018 Sugar Bowl Travel Packages
Our Sugar Bowl Travel Packages are the best value to visit New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl. Sugar Bowl Trips and Tours include Sugar Bowl tickets plus lodging in New Orleans. Experience the excitement of New Orleans including Bourbon Street with it's culture and jazz music, nightlife and endless Mardi Gras atmosphere.
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Sugar Bowl - College Football Playoff Semifinals Tickets
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA
January 1, 2018 - 7:30 PM
Sugar Bowl – New Orleans, Louisiana
The Sugar Bowl is held in New Orleans, Louisiana. The game is played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the home of the New Orleans Saints and the Tulane Green Wave. The Sugar Bowl has been played annually since 1935, and along with the Orange Bowl and Sun Bowl, it is the second oldest bowl game, behind the Rose Bowl. The 2015 Sugar Bowl game marked the 80th anniversary of the Sugar Bowl game.
The past winner of the CFB Semi-Final Sugar Bowl was the Ohio State Buckeyes who defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide 42-35 in 2015. The winner of that matchup advanced to the College Football National Championship the inaugural year of the College Football Playoff. The next year that the Sugar Bowl will be the College Football Semi-Final will be the 2017-18 season.
The Sugar Bowl itself matches elite talent across college football; notable winners of the Sugar Bowl’s MVP award include Tim Tebow, Archie Manning, Jerome Bettis, and Ezekiel Elliott. As well, the team with the most Sugar Bowl appearances is the Alabama Crimson Tide with 15 showings, followed by the LSU Tigers who have made 13 appearances.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome opened in 1975, and has been the host to the Sugar Bowl ever since. In addition to the Sugar Bowl, the Louisiana Superdome has been home to more Super Bowls than any other venue, as it has hosted 6 Super Bowls, the latest coming in 2002.
The Superdome can hold 76,468 people at expanded capacity for sporting events including football and basketball games. Artificial turf is used within the stadium, but this does not inhibit the stadium from being used outside of the realm of football. Other notable events hosted at the Superdome include the 2012 Men’s Final Four and WrestleMania XXX.
And then there is the French Quarter, home to numerous bars, clubs, and jazz music. The famed Bourbon Street gets crowded throughout the day and by nightfall, is nearly impossible to navigate. The French Quarter spans dozens of blocks but it is strongly recommended NOT to stray off of Bourbon Street at night. Stay within the police boundaries while enjoying this long party block and stick to the bars and restaurants there only.
If you looking for something different to do in New Orleans, check out the National World War II Museum, The Ogden Museum, the Arts District, and the Louisiana Children's Museum - all are featured venues within the expanding Arts and Warehouse district.