DIRECTV is throwing the biggest Super Bowl Party in Atlanta within a custom-built venue designed for their annual A-List crowd. Jack Murphy leads his team to build the venue from the ground up in just 45-days.

There are lots of big Super Bowl LIII parties this weekend in Atlanta, but the DIRECTV ‘Super Saturday Night’ featuring Foo Fighters and Run the Jewels, is definitely the biggest, most unique and impressive of all.

Over the last month and a half, 100 construction workers turned a bare piece of land into a temporary venue that is 100 feet high, and spans 72,000 square feet over three levels.

The 8,500 guests consist of 3,000 tickets sold to the general public, and 5,500 for celebrities and corporate partners.

Inside, all guests will be immersed in a hip yet posh club meets concert environment meticulously serviced by a 200+ team of cooks, bartenders, servers and security.

The first level features an elevated VIP lounge with general public fans below. The second level consists of a large open area for DirecTV members. The third level is reserved for premium celebrities and partners providing more privacy.

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, recording artist John Legend, and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles attend the Directv Party in 2017.

The event was conceptualized by Jack Murphy, CEO of JEM Management, a 30-year veteran of live events, who is in his ninth year producing Super Saturday Night.

Past years have included performance by:

JLO 2018
Taylor Swift 2017
Red Hot Chili Peppers 2016
Rihanna and Kayne West 2015
Jay Z featuring Beyonce 2014
Justin Timberlake featuring Jayz & Timbaland 2013
Katy Perry 2012
Usher 2011

Deconstructing the venue will begin the next day until February 20th, which is when Murphy will begin planning for next year’s Super Bowl in Miami.

You can watch the show live at 10:30 p.m. Saturday onDIRECTV’s Twitter account, or if you’re a subscriber, on their Audience Network channel or DIRECTV Now app.