Indianapolis is getting party rocked -- and random! In the week leading up to this year's Super Bowl, LMFAO, En Vogue and a slew more are slated to perform in free shows leading up to the big game.

The concert series begins Jan. 27, though a specific schedule has yet to be announced. The lineup is eclectic, featuring the 'I'm Sexy and I Know It' duo and the 90s R&B ladies, as well as soul legend Patti LaBelle, 'Rock of Love' star and former Poison frontman Bret Michaels and former Hootie and the Blowfish frontman turned country crooner Darius Rucker.

Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Corey Cox, Dierks Bentley, Edwin McCain, Fitz & the Tantrums, Fuel, Here Come the Mummies, IU’s Straight No Chaser, O.A.R, Railroad Earth, Sixpence None the Richer, Umphrey’s McGee and Will Hoge are also scheduled to perform, with more artists expected to be added.

The Washington Post reports that the shows will celebrate the Super Bowl, which will take place at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis this year. The concerts will occur on stages assembled along Georgia Street leading up to the NFL's biggest day on Feb. 5.

We're glad LMFAO are on the lineup, because it means Sky Blu is recovering. The half of the 'Shots' duo suffered a severe back injury, causing the group to postpone their recent Canadian tour. The rappers are still slated for Dick Clark's New Year's Eve special as well, so it looks like Blu is well on his way to "getting his wiggle back."