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Super Bowl weekend is bringing the hottest stars to Houston in February.

GRAMMY-Award winner Bruno Mars will perform on Feb. 3 at a brand new nightclub called Club Nomadic. Taylor Swift is also scheduled to perform at the venue on Saturday, Feb. 4.

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The ultimate traveling nightclub, Club Nomadic, will host three nights of entertainment at its 62,500-square foot, three-story venue in the art district near Downtown Houston. The Houston Super Bowl Host committee made its official announcement about the “Super Week” concert series with PepsiCo Friday evening and with AT&T Super Saturday Night hosted by Mark Cuban’s AXS TV on Saturday, Feb. 4.

“Club Nomadic will undoubtedly be THE hottest place leading up to Sunday’s game,” said Jack Murphy, Nomadic Entertainment President. “Together with our sponsors, we are raising the bar, assembling three unforgettable nights of entertainment from the music industry’s most popular global artists.”

Bruno Mars recently announced concert series sold more than 1,000,000 tickets in 24 hours. The Grammy Award winning artist rocked halftime of the 2016 game, so demand will be high for his performance leading up to this year’s game. Previous iterations of Club Nomadic have featured performances by acts such as Dave Matthews Band, Pharrell Williams and Red Hot Chili Peppers – with special appearances by Run DMC, T.I., DJ Khaled and Snoop Dogg. The sponsor and entertainment for opening night, Feb. 2 has yet to be announced.

Fans can purchase floor-level general admission tickets to Thursday’s and Friday’s events and enjoy front-row access to the hottest DJs and A-List performers. Tickets will be available starting December 3 at In addition, Club Nomadic is designed with tiered mezzanines, which will provide a private and one-of-a-kind white-glove experience for celebrities and VIP ticket holders.

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