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Singer Gwen Stefani to wrap up Super Bowl week performances

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| Wednesday, December 13, 2017 12:03 p.m
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This June 7, 2016 file photo shows Blake Shelton performing at the 12th Annual Stars for Second Harvest Benefit at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. Shelton was named as People magazine's 2017 'Sexiest Man Alive.'   (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File)
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.
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A fan takes a photo during the Blake Shelton concert Saturday, March 19 at Consol Energy Center
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Blake Shelton performs during a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Saturday, March 19, at Consol Energy Center.

Pop singer Gwen Stefani will close out a star-studded Super Bowl week in Minnesota.

The three-time Grammy winner will headline at Club Nomadic at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel on Feb. 4, the day of the game.

Stefani is the final headliner. Other acts at Club Nomadic include The Chainsmokers on Feb. 1; Ellie Goulding and Norwegian electronic dance music artist DJ Kygo on Feb. 2; and Florida Georgia Line on Feb. 3.

Stefani joins a growing list of performers who will be in Minnesota during Super Bowl week. Others include Jennifer Lopez, who will perform at Nomadic Live! on Super Saturday Night. Sheila E., the Revolution and Morris Day & the Time will perform a Prince tribute as part of a series of free concerts.

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