For some people, every day is Britney Spears day. But for the city of Las Vegas, it's officially on Nov. 5.
Caesars Entertainment announced Thursday that the "Perfume" singer will soon get a dedicated day and receive a key to the Las Vegas Strip during what it's calling "Britney Day." Beginning at 8 a.m., the first 100 people who can prove that they, too, are named Britney will be given two tickets to Spears' Piece of Me concert at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, plus a ride aboard the High Roller observation wheel.
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak will present Spears with her official proclamation.
During Spears' appearance, they will also have access to a priority viewing area for "Britneys" only.
"Britneys" can line up beginning at 6 a.m. outside the Wheel House Charter Group entrance at The LINQ. Caesars' "Britney Day" festivities will officially kick off at the LINQ Promenade later that night at 5:30.
Guests of all ages are invited to attend the event, though concertgoers need to be at least 6 years old to see Spears' show. People who are ages 15 years and younger will need to be accompanied by an adult.
"What an honor!!" Spears, 32, tweeted. "Can't wait to celebrate with you Vegas. See y'all there??"
Spears' Piece of Me residency has been a success since it started in December 2013. In fact, she was recently given a raise—the "Hold It Against Me" singer will now earn an estimated $1 million a week!