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Super Bowl LIII is this week, and if seeing Maroon 5 play at half time isn’t enough of a party for you, you should consider buying tickets to Shaquille O’Neal’s pre-party in Atlanta: Shaq’s Fun House.

Described as “part carnival, part circus and part music festival,” Shaq’s Fun House debuted at Miami Music Week last year, during which New England Patriots’ tight end, Rob Gronkowsksi, took a ride on O’Neal’s shoulders.

Photo by Tin Lazar.

If at all possible, O’Neal plans to outdo the first Fun House bash in Atlanta on Friday, Feb. 1 with a Super Bowl-sized affair featuring musical performances by Diplo, Migos, Tiesto, Lil Jon and T-Pain. There will even be a production from Mystère by Cirque Du Soleil, the theater company’s Las Vegas show.

Oh, and of course, Shaquille O’Neal will be there. (Rumor has it the Basketball Hall of Famer may even make an appearance in the Cirque Du Soleil show.)

The event runs from 9pm to 2am at Live! At The Battery, a venue at SunTrust Park. It’s about a 25-minute drive from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where the Patriots will face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

All-inclusive tickets to Shaq’s Fun House are available from $399, and grant you access to a five-hour open bar with premium alcohol; a Patron Cotton Candy margarita bar; and food from various restaurants including STK, Waffle House, Krispy Cream and sushi by Brush Izakaya.

Plus, Shaq’s Fun House has partnered with American Express, so if you’re an Amex card member, you can get 10% off all tickets, fast VIP entry for you and up to three guests and discounted swag.

VIP tickets also come with lounge seating and VIP-only premium open bars.

Want a chance to win two VIP tickets to Shaq’s Fun House this weekend? Whether you’re based in Atlanta, heading there for the Super Bowl or just want to take a last-minute flight to party with Shaq, head over to the TPG Facebook Lounge, comment with why you deserve to join the party, and invite a friend for your chance to win. We will be choosing a winner at random on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

Feature image by Tin Lazar.

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