Event Details


Newark’s Largest Indoor Tailgate Party

Tuesday, January 28 2014 12:00 am

Newark’s Largest Indoor Tailgate Party


The Star Ledger and NJ.com are collaborating with the Newark Museum on an exciting event scheduled to take place onTuesday, January 28, 2014, from noon-8 pm, immediately following Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day activities in Newark.


Newark’s Largest Indoor Tailgate Party will offer a football theme complete with oversized action photos supplied by the Star Ledger’s award-winning sports photographers.

Tailgate party
Tailgate Party



Package includes:


* Popular tailgate-inspired foods & beverages.


* Taste and vote on 10+ beers from 5 breweries all across the country.
(Ticket purchase includes free samples; cash bar will also be available.)


* Demonstrations by celebrity chefs:

2-3:30 pm  Aaron McCargo Jr. (Food Network)
6-6:30 pm  Scott Cutaneo (Fox & Friends).


* Special guests include David Robinson, Green Bay Packers HOF, Jerry Izenberg, sports journalist and Ulysses Grant Dietz, Chief Curator at the Newark Museum and architect of the City of Silver and Gold from Tiffany to Cartier exhibition.


* Door prizes: Win exclusive sports collectibles


* Souvenir 2 oz. pilsner glass



And more:


* Have photo taken with the original 1967 Vince Lombardi Trophy, which is part of our new exhibition, City of Silver and Gold from Tiffany to Cartier.  Tours of the exhibition are also available.


* Special kick-off performance by the award-winning Elizabeth High School Marching Band (1-2 pm)


* NJPAC Jazz Band performance (4-5:30 pm)


* Other sports celebrity appearances TBA (All celebrity appearances subject to change.)



All proceeds to benefit the Star Ledger Performing Art Scholarship Fund and educational programs at the Newark Museum.


Advance Tickets: $48; Day of Event: $60 (subject to availability)


On-site parkting available for a fee.


Click here to purchase tickets.


Discounted tickets for Museum Members: $40. Call 973.596.6699 to purchase tickets or to become a member today.