Club Nomadic Traveling Venue Canceled for Minneapolis Super Bowl

Lester Mason
January 13, 2018

Club Nomadic, a traveling night club scheduled to open doors in Prior Lake in the days surrounding the Super Bowl, has been canceled.

And the Gwen Stefani performance scheduled for February 4 will also move to the Mystic Lake Center.

"Unfortunately, as the event approached, we determined that it would be impossible to ensure an event that is up to our standards of quality", said a spokesperson for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in a news release issued Friday, Jan. 12. The Gwen Stefani performance will move to Mystic Lake Center on February 4.

An official statement from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community's events arm said the unique pop-up venue - created to lure Super Bowl LII visitors to the casino in Prior Lake a half-hour from Minneapolis - was being canceled because the event "would not be up to our standards of quality".

The Chainsmokers, Kygo, Florida Georgia Line and Gwen Stefani will still perform, but will move to venues inside Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, according to a news release.

Elle Goulding was also supposed to perform Club NOMADIC on February 2 with Kygo, but information on her performance is "forthcoming".

Nomadic Entertainment's president, Jack Murphy, told the Star Tribune in November that the Club Nomadic series would be a "white glove" event to justify the higher ticket prices. The 64,000-square-foot building with room for 9,000 attendees was expected to include tiered mezzanines.

Ticket were priced at $200 for general admission and $475 and $750 for VIP. Nomadic has put on similar events at past Super Bowls.

A traveling nightclub that was created to bring VIP experiences to the Minneapolis area during the Super Bowl has been canceled.

- Club NOMADIC, the pop-up nightclub at Mystic Lake Casino that had events throughout Super Bowl weekend, has been canceled.

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