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Chad Ochocinco to host multiple Super Bowl parties in Dallas

Posted 8:50pm on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2011

Even if you are not a rabid NFL fan, odds are even money that you are aware of the Bengals flamboyant receivers Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco from their many endeavors including the T.Ocho Show. We already knew about Terrell Owens Super Bowl Party taking place on February 4. Now word has come down that Owens' teammate and co-star will take over the party-hosting duties on the weekend. 

Chad Ochocinco is hosting the Official Saturday Best Super Bowl Party on February 5 from 9:00pm - 3:00am at the Fashion Industry Gallery in Dallas. This is the same location that will play host to the Pamela Anderson Super Bash the night before. Ochocinco has invited some big-name celebrity friends to the party including Adrian Peterson, Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, former TCU Horned Frogs and current New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomliinson and Jamie Foxx. Also in attendance will be Playboy Playmate Miss July 2010 Shanna Marie McGlaughlin and Playboy model Tisha Marie. Tickets range from general admission ($150) up to Ocho's Best Catch VIP Table in Lounge ($10,000). To purchase tickets, visit here or call 800-715-9432.

The Ochocinco Celebrity Super Bowl Afterparty will be February 6 from 9:00pm - 2:00am at the House of Blues in downtown Dallas. The event is sponsored by Belvedere Vodka and features three DJs. One of the final big Super Bowl events promises to deliver "many NFL celebrities in three rooms of party bliss." Tickets range from general admission ($40) up to Platinum VIP ($1,500) that includes access to the exclusive Foundation Room. To purchase tickets, visit here.

FOR ALL THINGS SUPER BOWL XLV VISIT DFW.COM/SUPERBOWL AND FOLLOW JAY ON TWITTER @THEFAMOUSJAY

 

 

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