XLV Party Kicks Off Dallas’ First-Ever Super Bowl Weekend with Three Celebrity-Filled Events at the Historic Cotton Bowl
A-list Celebrities, Star Athletes, Musicians and DJs will Come Together for Three Nights of VIP Parties, February 3-5, 2011
DALLAS, TX (December 8, 2010) – As the countdown begins to the first-ever Super Bowl in North Texas, XLV Party is gearing up with the announcement of its spectacular events. For three consecutive nights, XLV Party at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas’ historic Fair Park will showcase some of the hottest stars in the entertainment world to host the biggest celebrity-driven party in Dallas. Beginning Thursday, February 3, 2011, America’s Sassiest Lifestyle Guru, Steve Kemble, will host elite guests to a red carpet event with celebrity DJs and musical acts like the Village People, t.A.T.u. Lena Katina, DJ Kaskade, Sublime with Rome and Ghostland Observatory.
“Being that it’s Dallas’ first-ever Super Bowl, I wanted to provide guests with a truly memorable weekend,” said Jason Hutchins, President of XLV Party. “Bringing together this all-star cast of performers and celebrities was just my answer. I am confident that the event itself will be just as exciting as the actual Super Bowl, if not more, and we are setting a new standard for Super Bowl parties around the country.”
To mark the official start of Super Bowl celebrations, three events have been planned on the field of one of the most historic sites in the city of Dallas, The Cotton Bowl in Fair Park. Featuring more than 60,000 square feet of tented space and a 5,000 square foot dance floor, guests will enjoy a night filled with pure entertainment.
XLV Party begins on Thursday, February 3 and will run through February 5, 2011. The schedule is as follows:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3
o Kicking off the high-energy weekend will be the one-of-a-kind Village People. The six-man group has sold over 100 million recordings, and is best known for their costumes, choreographed routines, and of course, the YMCA! Russian recording t.A.T.u Lena Katina, known for hit songs like “All the Things She Said,” will also bring her eclectic sound to the Cotton Bowl stage. Internationally renowned DJ Hector Fonseca, New York’s Lady Bunny and Cazwell will keep the party going until 3am.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4
o Get ready for an energy-filled evening as Austin, Texas’ own Ghostland Observatory performs its laser light-filled show. Favorites such as “Sad Sad City” and “Piano Man” will keep the party moving. Electro-pop group Passion Pit, known for its single “Sleepyhead,” will also DJ along with Kaskade and Lance Herbstrong.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5
o Blending a love of dance-hall and rock-steady reggae rhythms with an aggressive punk ethic, Sublime with Rome will headline Saturday night’s soiree. Along with official Beastie Boys cover band, Rhymin & Stealin, DJ Martinson and DJ Pullano will have everyone dancing. Texas alternative rockers Exit 380 will complete the spectacular evening’s entertainment.
All events will take place on the field of the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park, 1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd. Dallas, Texas, 75210. Tickets are now on sale. To purchase tickets or to find more information about the parties, visit www.xlvparty.com.
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