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Migos is coming to Minneapolis for a Super Bowl weekend show

And there's a ticket discount available exclusively for Minnesotans.

The Grammy-nominated rap group Migos will perform in Minneapolis during Super Bowl LII weekend.

The Atlanta trio will headline a show at International Market Square on Friday, Feb. 2, as part of the Rolling Stone Live: Minneapolis show, organizers announced Thursday.

The show will include some other special guests, but those haven't been announced yet.

Ticket info is also not available yet, but there is a cool twist for locals.

Rolling Stone will let Minnesotans exclusively buy tickets at a discounted rate using the code "Bold North."


Photos: Migos celebrate the culture at Myth 

You'll have to prove you live in the state, and the number of discount-eligible tickets is limited – so you'll have to buy fast to take advantage.

Migos second full-length album, Culture, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 following its January release, and they're gearing up for the release of Culture 2 in early 2018. Their Minneapolis show will come the week after the Grammy Awards, where they're nominated for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance.

Other shows planned for Super Bowl week

Imagine Dragons and MGK lead the EA Sports Bowl at the Armory – which is also hosting P!nk and Jennifer LopezClub Nomadic outside of Mystic Lake Casino will feature The ChainsmokersFlorida Georgia Line, Gwen Stefani, and Ellie Goulding & Kygo. Dave Matthews Band is at the Xcel, plus Idina Menzel, Dessa, and the NPG are among 19 musical acts playing festivities on Nicollet Mall. Also, the Lumber Exchange Building is hosting Jamie Foxx, Rick Ross, and many others over three nights

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