Flo Rida, Dierks Bentley, DJ Irie, Notre Dame, Alabama at BCS Concert: A Four-Part Guide

Flo Rida: "International Hustler" and football fanatic.
Wanna get the adrenaline pumping for this week's BCS National Championship game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Alabama Crimson Tide?

Well, all you've gotta do is follow these three simple steps to achieve superfan status: (1) Shotgun six ice-cold beers and an equal number of sugar-loaded sodas, (2) paint your entire body (including underarms, crotch, and palms) in honor of either the Irish or 'Bama or a big bag of Floridian citrus fruit, and then (3) catch a cab to South Beach (because you are too drunk, sugar-high, and body-painted to drive) for a family-friendly evening of dance-hopping, country-popping, pep-stepping musical entertainment at the Orange Bowl Discover Fan Zone.

See also:
-Luke Bryan Headlining Country Concert Before BCS Game in Miami
-BCS 2013 Party Guide: Strip Clubs, Rap, Country Music, Alabama, and Notre Dame

Sponsored by Bud Light, Dr. Pepper, and the Discover credit card company, this free SoBe football bash on the sand is guaranteed to be an all-American rager, starring ripped Top 40 rapper Flo Rida and honky-tonk superstar Dierks Bentley, plus official Miami Heat DJ Irie, both National Championship team bands, and a crew of college cheerleaders getting tossed all over SoBe like greased-up pigskins.

Notre Dame and Alabama Pep Rallies. From 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 5. Whether you decided to slather yourself in blue and gold, red and white, or bright Floridian orange, go get peppy this Saturday on South Beach. The Fighting Irish marching band will be shaking a shillelagh and pounding out the "Victory March" in defiance of 'Bama's Million Dollar Band and its "Rammer Jammer Cheer"-ing hordes. For the record, though, the Crossfade staff will be screaming: "Citrus is delicious!"

DJ Irie. Hosting from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, January 6. As an NBA-certified hype man and disc jockey whose famous homies include LeBron, D-Wade, Chris Bosh, and Burnie the Miami Heat Mascot, our buddy DJ Irie is better known as a basketball dude than a gridiron guy. But he's also done loads of charity work with former Dolphin defensive star Jason Taylor. And he's returning as Orange Bowl MC for the second straight season. Oh, did we mention Irie does a mean BCS Shuffle?

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South Beach

Eighth and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL

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