Miami Dolphins to debut new Club LIV on Sunday night

The nightclub in a football stadium has 15 cabanas and a dance floor.

Just above the West end-zone at Sun Life Stadium, construction workers are working around the clock to finish LIV Sun Life Stadium for Sunday's Dolphins' home-opener.
 
It's the first of its kind nightclub at a football game, modeled after Club LIV at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach.
 
"A Jets-Dolphins game is already crazy," said David Grutman, the man behind Club LIV. "Then, once you add LIV, it'll take things to a whole other level. It's gonna be nuts."
 
"This isn't going to be for everybody," said Dolphins CEO Mike Dee. "It's for people who like to have a good time and like to be at a party where there happens to be a football game."
 
LIV Sun Life Stadium can accommodate up to 800 people, between the padded seats and couches that will be outside the club-level, and the VIP tables and Cabanas upstairs on the third level.
 
Tickets start at $325 and go up depending on what you want. The eight 15-person cabanas that come with 2 magnum bottles of top-shelf liquor go for $15,000.
 
There will be a dance floor and a DJ spinning pre-game, halftime and post-game. LIV Sun Life Stadium has already booked some of the top DJ's in the world including Tiesto and Erick Morillo.
 
LIV club-goers get to come in to the stadium through the player's entrance and take a private elevator to the third floor.
 
While skeptics wonder if there's enough demand for a South Beach club atmosphere at  a Dolphins game, the Dolphins point out that they've already sold 80 percent of seats at LIV Sun Life Stadium for Sunday's Jets game.
 
 
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