Parties

Hang with Diddy, Snoop and the Kid at Axis/Radius

P. Diddy, Snoop Dogg and Kid Rock are among the big-name performers appearing at Axis/Radius and Suede during Super Bowl week, making the sleek clubs definite party destinations.

P. Diddy will take the stage in his only performance during the Super Bowl festivities in an hour-long concert, presented by Phoenix New Times and Movin' 97.5 FM, outside the clubs. The two blocks surrounding will be closed, allowing revelers to party in the streets and take in Diddy's show. Next and Pokafase will open the show.



P. Diddy will perform Jan. 31 outside Axis/Radius at the the Phoenix New Times Movin' 97.5 party.
When: Thursday, Jan. 31 Who's going to be there: Club owners are contractually mum on the recognizable names, but there will be plenty of red carpet should the celebs come to play. Tickets: $200; call 480-970-1112.

Proving you can never have too much of a good thing, Nick Lachey and NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson will be hosting the first annual Super Skins Celebrity Golf Classic Bash inside the clubs. It's a good thing they don't hit the links until Saturday morning, because this party is expected to last well into the night. When: Thursday, Jan. 31 Who's going to be there: Expect star athletes and celebs. Tickets: TBA; call 480-970-1112.

The Anheuser Busch Bud Bowl at Axis welcomes Snoop Dogg who will likely drop it like, well you know. When: Friday, Feb. 1 Who's going to be there: Lips are sealed, but look for faces you recognize from TV, music and sports. Tickets: TBA; call 480-970-1112.

Kid Rock rides into town to perform at Axis Saturday night as part of the Anheuser Busch Bud Bowl. When: Saturday, Feb.2 Who's going to be there: Mr. Rock has an affinity for blondes (see his brief marriage to Pam Anderson) so there will be plenty of lovely ladies at the party. Tickets: TBA; call 480-970-1112.

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