Last month, Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee announced a partnership betweenSun Life Stadium
and Miami Marketing Group to bring the South Beach nightlife experience to Dolphins home games. Well, this diabolical concept has a name -- LIV Sun Life Stadium. Yep, it's basically promising you a Fontainebleau megaclub experience in the middle of Miami Gardens.
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Much like the original LIV, don't expect anything to be cheap. According to Miami.com, an individual ticket starts at $325 and go up as high as $1,000 per person for a 15-person cabana -- that's $15,000 if you can't keep up with the math.
If you are so intent on never letting go of the South Beach atmosphere, even for a few hours during a Dolphins game, information about how to reserve tables or cabanas is available at dolphins.com/liv or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Sunday's matchup against the New York Jets, which also happens to be the season opener, features Marc Anthony singing the national anthem along with Fergie -- who both happen to be "Dolphins limited partners" or minority owners of the team. Also, there is a special halftime performance by Enrique Iglesias. And if that wasn't enough, Mr. Mauricio will be on the decks making sure you can't hear yourself cheering during the game.
Gotta love Miami.