Super Bowl LII and the days leading up to the big game, provided a ton of activities, both free and pricey, and plenty of celebrity sight-seeing around town. Below are a few highlights from a star-studded week.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, and rapper Gucci Mane watched Timberwolves square off against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Target Center on Feb. 1. Lil Jon provided the half-time entertainment at the Timberwolves.
Snoop Dogg was in town for the Feb. 1 taping of the 19th Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, which aired on BET. The legendary rapper debuted material from his new Gospel-influenced CD Snoop Dogg Presents the Bible of Love. Singer Faith Evans, Sounds of Blackness and Mary Mary also posed on the red carpet of 19th Super Bowl Gospel Celebration.
Pink sang the national anthem at Super Bowl LII, while Justin Timberlake provided the half-time entertainment. Local dance teams were invited to perform in the half-time show. Photos by Steve Floyd (See more photos here)
Michael Eric Dyson, author and Georgetown University sociology professor, walked the Players Ball red carpet, as did Cardi B and French Montana. (See more photos here)
After the red carpet appearances, DJ Khaled, Diddy, and Cardi B. and more rocked The Armory stage Feb. 4.
To see photos of the game, go here.