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Top Musical Acts To Headline Super Bowl Party

08:01 AM Thursday 1/5/12 | |

Rolling Stone magazine is using its musical strings to stage its first Super Bowl party.

Four of America’s hottest acts – Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, LMFAO and Lupe Fiasco – will team up to play a Feb. 4 concert in a converted warehouse in Indianapolis, one of the week’s biggest parties. Each act is scheduled to play a 45-minute set in the 32,000-square foot facility two blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium, where the Super Bowl will be played the next night.

  • Cobra Starship

    Q102 Jingle Ball, Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
    December 7, 2011

    (Owen Sweeney / OwenSweeneyPhoto.com)

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An official announcement is scheduled for Thursday morning. Rum maker Bacardi is partnering with Rolling Stone to put on the show, which commemorates the 150th anniversary of its founding.

“It was a challenge to get all of the bands to come in and share the night,” Rolling Stone publisher Matt Mastrangelo told The Associated Press. “A lot of these bands are used to doing their individual gigs. But the Rolling Stone party is a big event. They wanted to be part of the Rolling Stone show.”

And what would a Super Bowl bash be without an NFL connection? The father of disc jockey Taryn Manning is a cousin of former quarterback Archie Manning.

The party is scheduled to run from 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. The public can purchase tickets for $1,000 each starting Thursday at www.rollingstonerockweekend.com.

  • Lupe Fiasco

    FuseTV's "CeeLo Green * Talking to Strangers," New York City 
    June 15, 2011

    (AP Images for Fuse)

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LMFAO also is scheduled to appear at the Super Bowl Village in downtown Indy, though the host committee has not released a date or time for that show.

Another big star, Madonna, is performing at halftime of the Feb. 5 game between the AFC and NFC champions.


Comments

  1. hoofhearted wrote:

    02:25 PM, Jan 05, 2012

    These are America's hottest acts?  If that's the case, our country sucks for music.

  2. angie wrote:

    10:03 AM, Jan 05, 2012

    wow I like 3/4 of these bands, but there's no way i'd pay $1k to see them. ridic. in my opinion none of them are worth that much money.

  3. protonenergy413 wrote:

    09:27 AM, Jan 05, 2012

    $1,000 for four 45 minute sets from some  b rate, at best, acts??? WTF has our society come to? And did rolling stone really pull their musical strings by booking these 4 acts? I'm not sure any of these acts really require "strings" in order to be booked, a challenge?  Doubtful. Rolling Stone continues to roll like a rolling stone down a very steep hill. What a shame!!



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