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- Steven Tyler and Charli XCX will perform during the Rolling Stones Super Bowl Party.
Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler and recording artist Charli XCX will both grace Rolling Stone’s party for Super Bowl XLIX weekend.
If you’re a Steven Tyler fan, you should be at Rolling Stone’s party for Super Bowl XLIX weekend.
That’s because SuperSundayHQ.com confirmed Tyler’s attendance for the event in its Jan. 5 update. Tyler, who will perform at the party, has been Aerosmith‘s lead vocalist since 1970. He earned the monicker “Demon of Screamin'” for his high-pitched but catchy singing style.
Super Sunday HQ explains why The Rolling Stone Party at the Super Bowl is an event any party-going, football fan should not miss:
“Super Sunday HQ has covered every Rolling Stone Party at the Super Bowl, and this is one party that people should not miss. Great musical acts, amazing food, incredible open bar, and many other activations and interactive booths make this a popular choice, especially for the high rollers, who can drop about $800-$1,000 for a ticket. We have seen tickets to many sporting events far exceed $1,000 without including drinks and food, so while the cost /4/seem high, it is actually quite a value considering the various amenities and perfect venue for this gathering.”
Tyler’s presence should further spice things up at the party. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001 and was part of Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Singers, per The Arizona Republic’s Kellie Hwang. Tyler was also an American Idol judge for the show’s 10th and 11th seasons.
Aside from Tyler, female pop star Charli XCX will also be at the Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party, according to a Jan. 6 update from SuperSundayHQ.com. Among her famous hits are “Fancy,” “Break the Rules” and “Boom Clap.”
Hwang says the event “will have an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, VIP areas and bottle service. She also stresses Super Sunday HQ executive producer Ken Spalasso got word of Tyler’s and Charli XCX’s additions to the Rolling Stone Party from Super Bowl event producers.
The Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party will be at the Venue Scottsdale on Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. PT. Tickets can be purchased at VividSeats.com.
How @IamStevenT and Rolling Stone Will Give Miller Lite a Marketing Seat at the Super Bowl http://t.co/z4LvJBfmqC pic.twitter.com/DqGSqBHD2x— ╚» Steven Tylerisms (@StevenTylerisms) January 6, 2015
In another Super Bowl fan event, The Arizona Republic’s Ed Masley reported on Jan. 8 that Alesso, American Authors, Becky G, Ingrid Michaelson and Young the Giant were among the acts added to The DIRECTV Super Fan Festival slated for Jan. 28-30 at the Pendergast Stadium in Glendale. The previous lineup included the Zac Brown Band, Calvin Harris, Imagine Dragons and Snoop Dogg.
Masley adds more details about The DIRECTV Super Fan Festival:
“The festival also features a mechanical bull, zip line, carnival-style shooting range, Par 3 Closest to the Pin contest and a test track where fans can drive a new car. NFL Hall of Famer Lynn Swann of the Pittsburgh Steelers will host a football skills challenge. There will be a Bud Light Biergarten, and the Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen Experience’ will give fans a chance to win cash and prizes.
“Jonathan and Drew Scott of HGTV’s ‘Property Brothers will emcee the opening sets each night.”
The event will start at exactly 5 p.m from Jan. 28-30. The ticket price range is $99-$299. Masley notes a three-day package can cost anywhere between $299-$799.
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