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Show Announcements: Jay-Z, John Mayer, Gabriel Iglesias and More

The Jigga Man is going to put Dallas in an Empire State of Mind when he comes to the American Airlines Center February 23 with no less than Young Jeezy in tow, and tickets go on sale Saturday morning at 10 a.m.

Then to co-sign the street cred that Jay-Z provides the AAC, John Mayer will perform at the arena a couple weeks later on March 9, with opener Michael Franti and Spearhead; tickets for that show go on sale to the general public November 21, with pre-sales for American Express cardholders November 16-20. As if pre-sales weren't ridiculous enough, there will be pre-pre-sales with purchase of Mayer's Battle Studies at his web site.

More show announcements are after the jump.

American Airlines Center
Tuesday, February 23 -- Jay-Z, Young Jeezy (tickets on sale Saturday at 10 a.m.)
Tuesday, March 9 -- John Mayer, Michael Franti & Spearhead (tickets on sale November 21)

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The Granada Theater
Saturday, December 12 -- Adrian Legg, Quinten Hope (tickets on sale Friday at noon)
Thursday, December 17 -- Hendrick, Oso Closo, Sounds Under Radio (tickets on sale Friday at noon)
Saturday, January 20, 2010 -- Yo La Tengo (tickets on sale Friday at noon)
Saturday, February 6, 2010 -- Chris Knight acoustic show, Justin Townes Earle, Dawn Landes (tickets on sale Friday at noon)
Thursday, February 11, 2010 -- Al Dimeola (tickets on sale Friday at noon)
Thursday, February 25, 2010 -- Akron/Family, Warpaint, Matthew And The Arrogant Sea (tickets on sale Friday at noon)

Nokia Theatre At Grand Prairie
Saturday, February 20, 2010 -- Gabriel Iglesias "The Fluffy Shop Tour" (tickets already on sale)
Sunday, March 28, 2010 -- Gilberto Gil

The Lounge On Elm Street
Friday, November 27 -- Final Friday with Diabolical Fancy (Picnictyme and Headkrack), Bodega Brovas, Boondox, Pikahsso, Fort Nox and more

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