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Post Malone is headlining the “Bootsy On The Water” pop-up event at one of this year’s Super Bowl kick-off parties in Florida.

You have the opportunity to see the rapper live, but the only catch is that tickets range from $1,000 to $150,000.

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The party will take place in a 40,000-foot tent on the Bay in Miami and will also feature sets from DJs Zack Bia, Lucien, Fred Matters and IRIE. There will also be other “surprises” throughout the night.

VIP table packages start $1,000. If you want to get fancy, upgrades for a 13-person private yacht with VIP access are available for $15,000. You can also have their “helicopter” experience with front row seating for a mere $65,000.

The last upgrade is a whopping $150,000 and includes an onstage lounge, waitress service, private security and access to an 80-person yacht suite for eight hours.

The event takes place Jan. 31 from 10 p.m to 4 a.m and tickets are available here.

Check out the video below for a peek at what the experience may look like.

More on Post Malone 

YUNGBLUD has been preparing to release his second, full-length album, following his debut, 21st Century Liability. Already, there has been speculation as to whom will be featured on the sophomore record, possibly Post Malone.

In an interview with MusicFeeds.com, when asked about the record and any big collabs on the album, YUNGBLUD said, “There is a mental one coming at the start of next year. I can’t say who it is yet but he is such a visionary artist. So fucking sick and he is a bridge between hip hop and rock and roll.”

Naturally, we know Malone has a love for both hip-hop and rock. Just this week, Malone was caught screaming along to Pantera’s Walk in an impromptu performance during some karaoke at a local bar.

It makes a lot of sense for Malone to be the collab YUNGBLUD is referring to. When asked if Malone could be the feature, YUNGBLUD simply said, “I can’t say but I’m glad you’re curious, you’ll just have to wait til 2020.”

Will you be buying tickets to see Post Malone at Bootsy On The Water? Sound off in the comments below!

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