Gwen Stefani last played in town at Xcel Energy Center in 2016. / Star Tribune file

Gwen Stefani last played in town at Xcel Energy Center in 2016. / Star Tribune file

Super Bowl revelers who head back to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel after the big game on Feb. 4 will be able to “hollaback” with Gwen Stefani.

The former No Doubt singer and “The Voice” judge has been announced as the headliner for the final concert in the casino’s four-night Club Nomadic series. Each night, a show will take place in a temporary, 9,000-capacity "pop-up" venue now being pieced together on a parking lot outside the Prior Lake entertainment facility, about a half-hour from Minneapolis. The casino partnered with Super Bowl party mainstay Nomadic Entertainment to present the unique series.

General-admission tickets for Stefani’s concert will be available to the public for an even $200 starting Friday, Dec. 15, at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. The show is also being sold among the casino’s high-buck VIP packages.

Last week, Club Nomadic organizers also announced a Feb. 2 double-lineup with “Love Me Like You Do” electro-pop singer Ellie Goulding and Kygo, a Norgwegian DJ who has remixed hits for Goulding and Ed Sheeran. Those tickets are also $200.

Stefani and Goulding each played to only about 6,000 people in their concerts last year at Xcel Energy Center, when tickets to their shows started at $40.

So here’s the final four-night lineup for the Club Nomadic series at Mystic Lake below. More info and ticket links for each show can be had via MysticLake.com.

Thursday, Feb. 1: The Chainsmokers ($200, or $1,000 VIP).

Friday, Feb. 2: Ellie Goulding and Kygo ($200 and $1,500).

Saturday, Feb. 3: Florida Georgia Line ($200 and $1,500).

Sunday, Feb. 4: Gwen Stefani ($200 and $1,500).

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