Victoria's Secret Models to Party at Bentley Gallery in Phoenix

Let's be real, the Super Bowl isn't just about football. It's about over-the-top halftime shows, multi-million dollar television ads, and of course, scantily clad supermodels hosting high-priced parties.

A 12-year tradition, the Leather and Laces weekend party is coming to Phoenix in celebration of Super Bowl XLIX happening Sunday, February 1, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. The two-night event will be hosted by Victoria's Secret models Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo on Friday, January 30, and Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima and supermodel Erin Heatherton on Saturday, January 31, at warehouse district art gallery Bentley Projects. Because this is obviously art, people.

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If impossibly beautiful women being paid to share the same breathing space as you isn't your thing, there will also be acrobatic stunts by Crique and mind tricks by mentalist Jim Karol. It should also be noted that Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta and Victoria Asher will be there both nights playing their favorite hits because, sadly, Paris Hilton decided not to revisit her role as DJ this year.

Now for the catch.

Tickets start at $495 for the lounge and $950 for the VIP area. Both offer unlimited access to the open bar and live entertainment, but VIP holders will have the added bonus of sushi, champagne, desserts, and premium bar. Should you decide to go as a group, four-top tables start at $4,000 in the lounge and $6,500 in the VIP area. Tickets must be purchased for a specific night. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. and the party runs until 2 a.m. both nights. More information and tickets can be found by visiting or calling 972-588-1813.

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