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Daya, Jon Bellion lead lineup for free Jingle Ball concert outside Amalie Arena

Daya at James J. Walker Park in New York, Oct. 12, 2016. Krista Schlueter/The New York Times

Daya at James J. Walker Park in New York, Oct. 12, 2016. Krista Schlueter/The New York Times

Can't afford tickets to this year's Jingle Ball? Once again, 93.3-FLZ has you Christmas cheapskates covered.

Singers Daya (the Chainsmokers' Don't Let Me Down) and Jon Bellion (Zedd's Beautiful Now) are the first two artists announced for the annual free outdoor concert before the Jingle Ball on Dec. 17 in Tampa. The performance will take place before the show on the plaza outside Amalie Arena. More acts are expected to be added soon.

This year's Jingle Ball lineup includes Pitbull, Fifth Harmony, the Chainsmokers, DNCE, Lukas Graham, Daya and Martin Garrix, who was just voted the world's No. 1 DJ. In a video posted to Twitter, 93.3's Scotty Davis said Bellion will also be performing on the main stage inside, a fact that had not yet been announced.

Tickets to the Jingle Ball are $41 and up. See 933flz.com for details.

Daya, Jon Bellion lead lineup for free Jingle Ball concert outside Amalie Arena 10/27/16 [Last modified: Thursday, October 27, 2016 10:47am]
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