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Diddy Does Dallas for Super Bowl party scene

Posted 11:27pm on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

You may recall from last year's NBA All-Star Game party scene that there were Diddy extravaganzas nearly every night. Apparently our record snowfall a year ago did not deter him. He's throwing multiple parties for the first Super Bowl in DFW. Break out the Ciroc Vodka and check out the rundown of Diddy's parties (so far):

Diddy's Super Bowl Bash is Thursday, Feb. 3, at Main Street Event Center in Dallas, 9 p.m.-4 a.m. It is advertised as a "dress to impress" event with tickets running from general admission ($150) to VIP ($250) on up to the Premier VIP/Diddy's Sky Suite ticket, which gives you access to Diddy's area and overlooks the regular VIP level. To purchase tickets, visit here.

Last Train to Dallas hosted by Diddy will be on Friday, Feb. 4, at the Vegas-style nightclub/lounge Thrive inside the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Dallas. For further information on this just-announced party and to purchase tickets, call 972-522-8735.

Fantasy hosted by Diddy is Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Tower Building in Fair Park . Keep in mind that the Maxim Party will be going on at the same time in Fair Park's Centennial Hall, so this could be a good night to be in the general area and check out the scene. Tickets range from VIP ($500) all the way up to a Private Cabana for $25,000. That's right, 25 grand for the best ticket to this party. On the bright side, you won't have to worry about any of Dallas' patented $30k millionaires being in this high-roller section! Get more ticket info here.

Diddy's Super Bowl Grand Finale Party is Sunday, Feb. 6, at the Palladium Ballroom in Dallas. The party starts at 9 p.m., but things probably won't get rolling until a little later as this is the day of the game in Arlington. Tickets, range from $103 to $153 for VIP access, can be purchased here.


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