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Y100 Jingle Ball 2011: Flo Rida Added, Village Lineup Announced

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Update: Here's our review of the 2011 Y100 Jingle Ball at BankAtlantic Center.

Here's something that'll give listeners a "Good Feeling" about Saturday's Y100 Jingle Ball at BankAtlantic Center.

Flo Rida has been added to the already stacked lineup! Between him and Pitbull, the 305 pop/hip-hop contingent just thickened considerably. Last year's show featured Flo in full anti-gravity mode (see evidence at the right), so perhaps this year he'll perform in an invisible suit!

In addition to the now 13 artists performing during the Jingle Ball proper -- including Karmin, who could be the early surprise of the night -- there's a village of ten performers that will provide free pre-party entertainment starting at 2 p.m. Saturday. Best to pack some deodorant and energy bars for the day. Check out the full FULL lineup for the entire day below.

The free Jingle Ball Village, which runs between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday will include:

Cody Simpson
We The Kings
Wynter Gordon
My Electric Heart
Duncan
Casely
Kristen Knight
Lights Over Paris
Logic MC
Jake Miller

Y100 Jingle Ball. With Pitbull, Flo Rida, Kelly Clarkson, LMFAO, Demi Lovato,

Cody Simpson, the Script, Gym Class Heroes, Foster the People, David

Guetta, Avril Lavigne, Cobra Starship, and Karmin. 7 p.m. Saturday,

December 10, at BankAtlantic

Center, 1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise. Tickets cost $40 to $150.

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