Dave Matthews Band to play in St. Paul on eve of Super BowlNovember 14, 2017 6:56pm

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Dave Matthews Band will perform in St. Paul on the eve of the Super Bowl, adding to a growing list of entertainment leading up to the big game.

The Dave Matthews Band will play at Xcel Energy Center on Feb. 3 as part of the so-called Night Before concert, the Star Tribune reports. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday and will range from $67 to $127 — not inflated Super Bowl prices.

The Night Before concert is co-presented by CBS Radio and the NFL's hospitality partner, On Location Experiences.

It will compete with the Super Bowl Host Committee's free concerts, spearheaded by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, as well as two Club Nomadic events: the Florida Georgia Line performance near Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and another yet-to-be-announced concert in Minneapolis.

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Information from: Star Tribune, http://www.startribune.com

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