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Y100 Jingle Ball 2011 Lineup: Pitbull, Foster the People & More!

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Update: Here's a review of the 2011 Y100 Jingle Ball!

The Y100 Jingle Ball lineup is here! The annual pop showcase at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise and all of its trimmings was just released to Y-VIPs -- and you know County Grind is one of them.

One of the biggest local heavy hitters around, Pitbull, leads the charge. But there's a good balance in this lineup -- compared to the 2010 slate -- with "Pumped Up Kicks" rockers Foster the People also on the bill. To win tickets to this year's bash, click here.

Check out the full Jingle Ball lineup below!

Jingle Ball 2011 Lineup

Pitbull
Flo Rida (just added!)
Kelly Clarkson
LMFAO
Demi Lovato
Cody Simpson
The Script
Gym Class Heroes
Foster the People
David Guetta
Avril Lavigne
Cobra Starship
Karmin

Y100 Jingle Ball. With Pitbull, 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.

Click here.


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