Lawsuit Regarding Super Bowl Concert Venue Dismissed

February 06, 2018 08:08 AM

The video above aired when it was announced Club NOMADIC at Mystic Lake was canceled.

The company that planned to build a concert venue at Mystic Lake Casino for the Super Bowl has dropped its lawsuit against the casino owners for reportedly terminating a contract.


Last month, New York-based Nomadic Entertainment Group, LLC, claimed it was owed nearly $7 million in construction costs and lost profits after it was announced performances part of Club Nomadic would be moved.

RELATED: Tribe Sued After Terminating Contract for Super Bowl Concert Venue at Mystic Lake

However, the owners of Mystic Lake said the contract had been terminated after the determination was made that it would be impossible to ensure the event series would meet their "standards of quality."

According to a recent court filing, the Nomadic Entertainment Group, LLC, "voluntarily dismisses its complaint in this action" against Dakota February Events, LLC, "without prejudice."


Rebecca Omastiak

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