Jimmy Fallon will host post-Super Bowl 'Tonight Show' in Minneapolis

He made the announcement alongside Jon Stewart.

Minneapolis' exposure on national TV will continue after the Super Bowl goes off air on Feb. 4, when Jimmy Fallon presents The Tonight Show live from the Orpheum Theater.

The comedian and late-night host made the announcement on his show Tuesday, shortly after swapping pants with Jon Stewart (video below for further explanation).

The show will go out after the post-game show, local news and a new episode of This is Us, and while no guests have been announced yet you can expect a glittering name of celebrities on the bill.

Fallon is no stranger to the Orpheum, performing there in 2010 along with comedian Owen Benjamin.

It's certain however that tickets to the post-Super Bowl show will be harder to come by.

No information has been released about how to get in, though you can usually request tickets to Tonight Show tapings through the NBC website.

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