Rick Ross, Jamie Foxx, Shaq added to perform Super Bowl weekend

A ton of celebrities have signed on for three nights at the Lumber Exchange Building in downtown Minneapolis.
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Just a reminder: Minnesota is hosting the biggest sporting event of the year. And the list of celebrities visiting during Super Bowl week keeps expanding.

Three nights of entertainment at the iconic Lumber Exchange Building in downtown Minneapolis were announced Thursday, featuring appearances from Jamie Foxx, Lil Jon, Ludacris, Rick Ross, Nick Cannon and more. DJ Diesel (aka Shaquille O’Neal) is even showing up. Kaskade and RL Grime lead a substantial DJ lineup as well.

TFW you find out Shaq is spinning records these days:

The musical acts and celebrities will take over the Pourhouse, the Lumber Exchange Event Center, and the Exchange from Thursday, Feb. 1 through Saturday, Feb. 3.

Tickets are on sale now. General admission to Thursday's show with Rick Ross and Lil Jon is $249.99; Friday and Saturday with Jamie Foxx and Shaq are $299.

Find more information here.

Already announced for the week: Dave Matthews Band, J. Lo, The Chainsmokers, and Florida Georgia Line all have scheduled performances surrounding the big game, and at least 19 musical acts have signed on for Super Bowl Live festivities on Nicollet Mall.

A lot of the action is planned for Club Nomadic, a traveling nightclub that will be erected in Prior Lake adjacent to Mystic Lake Casino and also set up inside the historic downtown Minneapolis Armory.

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