Super Bowl 2010: Surprising Music Bonanza at ... Jungle Island?

​Just like Art Basel, the Super Bowl here seems to have exploded into a series of satellite celebrations with little connection to the main event. Still, any excuse for a megawatt party, right? And the hallmarks of these shebangs is huge shindigs at unlikely venues. And so it goes that for three days and nights, from Friday, February 4 to Sunday, February 6, a number of R&B, hip-hop, and reggae stars are set to descent on ... Jungle Island! Seriously. 

It's all part of the "Miami Big Game Extravaganza," an all-day affair with a number of other, non-football-related, mini events within, like the Yes Yes Y'All Hip-Hop Summit, a Williams family tennis clinic, and even a women's boxing match. Tickets are expensive -- they start at $75 general admission for a single event, and just go up from there. But if you can weasel your way in comped (isn't that what these things are about, anyways?), it's a bang for your non-buck. Among the biggest names performing are Freddie McGregor, Ky-Mani Marley, Maze with Frankie Beverly, Sean Kingston, and Trey Songz. Get the whole music line-up after the jump.

Friday, February 4

7 p.m. to midnight: Maze feat. Frankie Beverly, George Tandy Jr., Cafidia, MC Lyte (DJ set). 

7 p.m. to midnight, amphitheatre stage: Crossover, Natural Soul, DJ D-Nitty.

11 p.m. till late night: Afterparty with DJ sets by Cool & Dre, Kid Capri, and DJ Trini. 

Saturday, February 5

3 to 8 p.m.: Sean Kingston, Iyaz, Krose, and Khalil.

5 to 9 p.m.: Yes Yes Y'All Hip-Hop Summit fundraiser, with Musiq Soulchild, George Tandy Jr., and Cafidia. 

7 p.m. to midnight: Wale, Tray Chaney, Da Bigg Show, and Krose, plus headliner TBA.

10 p.m. till late night: Sean Kingston's birthday afterparty

Sunday, February 6

10 p.m. to 2 a.m.: Big Game afterparty with Freddie McGregor, Ky-Mani Marley, Khalil, Black Chiney, and Renaissance. 

10 p.m. to 2 a.m., second stage: Trey Songz and Krose.

Miami Big Game, February 4 through 7. Jungle Island, 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami.

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Arielle Castillo
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