Rick Ross is appearing in Tampa for at least two Super Bowl weekend events

He’s at Dallas Bull and Avalon Event Center.

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Months after getting a visit from county officials in the wake of a packed, maskless concert from Tyler Farr in November, Dallas Bull will turn the keys over to former Florida corrections officer and current rap star Rick Ross for a Friday party where he’ll be joined by “Super Glow” co-host 2 Chainz. (Da Boss is also scheduled to appear at Avalon Event Center at 10051 W Hillsborough Ave. on Super Bowl Sunday.)

Whats Poppin” rapper Jack Harlow—who’s playing a separate party at downtown Tampa’s Floridan hotel this week—is slated to make a guest appearance at the Bill, but it’s unclear if any of the fellas will be performing or just standing on stage—but you'll definitely be in the same room.

Neon attire is requested to go with the black lights and body painting available.

The event is being held at 50% capacity and is one of the few Superbowl weekend events that lists a bunch of COVID-19 protocols (the 31,000 square-foot club can pack in more than 2,100 on a busy non-pandemic night but was hosting a maximum of 50 people on the nights that it was open under tighter restrictions).

Friday’s precautions at Dallas Bull include temperature checks, disposable masks available and no dance floor. Nada. Creative Loafing Tampa Bay reached out to the promoters and will update when we hear back.

Super Glow: Rick Ross w/2 Chainz/DJ Kid Nemesis. Friday, Feb. 5, 9 p.m. $125 & up. Dallas Bull, Tampa. superglowtampa.com

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Stephanie Powers

Freelance contributor Stephanie Powers started her media career as an Editorial Assistant long ago when the Tampa Bay Times was still called the St. Petersburg Times. After stints in Chicago and Los Angeles, where she studied improvisation at Second City Hollywood, she came back to Tampa and stayed put.She soon...
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