Jay Z Hosting Legends of the Summer Afterparty at Mansion Miami

What would you pay to gawk as Jay Z and Justin Timberlake tag-team 50,000 screaming fans under the South Florida night sky?

Well, if you mean how much it'll cost to buy a single ticket for Jay and JT's Legends of Summer tour stop at Sun Life Stadium in Miami ... Then the credit-card-crushing price tag is currently $279.

Luckily, Jay Z is a self-described "Genius" who understands that a dollar is sometimes tough to hustle up. And that's why he will be hosting a cheaper concert afterparty at Mansion Miami, "featuring [the Hova-endorsed] D'Ussé VSOP Cognac."

UPDATE The club now tells Crossfade that Jay's Legends of the Summer night is "invite only."

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Obviously, everyone hopes and dreams of getting down with the Legends of the Summer.

We all want to be backstage (or even in the nosebleeds of a football stadium) to sing-scream along to "Holy Grail," "Rock Your Body," "99 Problems," "Take Back the Night," not to mention once-in-a-lifetime live duets like "Cry Me a River," "FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt," "What Goes Around...Comes Around/Dirt Off Your Shoulder," "Mirrors," and "Run This Town."

But most of us don't carry an American Express black card in a Givenchy wallet. Or you know, own a "Suit & Tie." So $314.80 (after fees) is like, "Jigga What? Jigga Who?"

Of course, though, while admission starts at only $25 with RSVP, it is unlikely that Jay's Mansion afterparty will be any less exclusive than a concert that costs three C-notes.

The South Beach club's got a max capacity of approximately 2,500 guests. And that means all non-legendary, lesser-than-"Genius" respondants-s'il-vous-plait will be probably be left at the door.

But why not hope and pray and send an email to the self-proclaimed "God MC, Jay-hova"?

Jay Z's Legends of the Summer Concert Afterparty. Friday, August 16. Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and admission costs $25 and up with [email protected] it's invite only. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-695-8411 or visit

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