MINNEAPOLIS (CelebrityAccess) Club Nomadic, a massive, temporary structure that was set to host acts like Florida Georgia Line and The Chainsmokers during Super Bowl week near Minneapolis, will not open its doors after all.
The 60,000-square-foot space was being constructed alongside Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minn., but a company owned by the casino’s Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community said in a statement that it would be impossible to ensure an event at Club Nomadic would meet the tribe’s “standards of quality.”
The acts, which also include Gwen Stefani and DJ Kygo, will perform inside the casino. The Chainsmokers, Stefani and DJ Kygo, scheduled for Feb. 1, 2 and 4, will move to the casino’s new Mystic Lake Center, and Florida Georgia Line’s Feb. 3 show will be at Mystic Lake’s Showroom, according to the Pioneer-Press. Tickets were priced $200 for general admission and $475 and $750 for VIP.
Ellie Goulding was announced to perform with DJ Kygo but there was no mention of her in the announcement.
Club Nomadic, which hosted acts like Bruno Mars and Taylor Swift near last year’s Super Bowl in Houston, has a capacity of 9,500 while the Showroom holds 2,100 and the Mystic Lake Center 2,272.
CelebrityAccess has contacted a spokeswoman for Club Nomadic.