For as little as $75 for the privilege of hanging out with the common masses, or as much as $1800 for 8-person bottle service and VIP access, anyone in the Dallas area during NBA All-Star weekend can attend the shindig being thrown by LeBron and Drake on February 12.
Check out AllStarPartyDallas.com for all the info, tickets, and, eventually, updates on all the fabulous celebrities that you won't be allowed near.
It's just one of countless parties during one of the biggest party weekends of the year, the "Black Super Bowl," as Sports Guy dubbed it.
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