Sorry for Party Rocking

Party Rock Sacramento!!

LMFAO - Click for more images

They opened for Kesha, shared the stage with Madonna at the Bridgestone Super Bowl halftime show, and now LMFAO is ready to take their party rock anthems on the road as Redfoo and Cherrytree Present: Sorry for Party Rocking Tour Featuring LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew.

The Live Nation promoted tour kicks off May 22nd in Columbus, OH at Nationwide Arena.  Tickets go on sale beginning March 2nd at Ticketmaster.com  and Livenation.com.

I had the opportunity to see LMFAO open for Kesha last year, and they should have been headlining the show. Their show is nothing but high energy with a few blowup dolls thrown in for good measure.

Sacramento is in luck too. they will be appearing at Power Balance Pavilion on June 6th with special guests Far East Movement, The Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simons and Natalia Kills.

Electro-hip hop quartet Far East Movement will be bringing their ‘Dirty Bass’ sound, performing their big hits “Like A G6,” “Rocketeer,” “Jello”

Far East Movement - Click for more images

and new club & radio anthem “Live My Life.”

Before becoming MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, Season 3, Quest Crew’s energy and charisma captured the attention of audiences with their numerous crew and individual performances on American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance?. Members of Quest Crew have been featured in LMFAO’s videos and television performances.

Sidney Samson started DJ-ing at the age of 14. Not only is he a remixer, but a producer as well, all the while keeping the dance floors packed.

Noted in Billboard’s May 2011 issue as “One To Watch”, Dutch born & bred Eva Simons is ready to take the electro-dance world by storm with a brand new album this year.  Having previously collaborated with LMFAO, will.i.am & Chris Brown, Eva gained much acclaim recently with the massive hit she co-wrote and featured with DJ Afrojack called “Take Over Control”.

Natalia creates razor-edged pop. Her debut album, Perfectionist, debuted #1 on the US Billboard Heatseekers Chart, and she has toured with Katy Perry, Black Eyed Peas, Ke$ha, Robyn, and Kelis. She is also featured on LMFAO’s hit track “Champagne Showers.”

LMFAO’s sophomore album Sorry For Party Rocking (Party Rock/will.i.am/ Cherrytree/Interscope) was recently certified gold and is quickly approaching platinum. The album has produced two #1 singles, “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sexy And I Know It,” while the third single “Sorry For Party Rocking” is climbing the Top 40 radio charts. The video for “Sorry For Party Rocking” premiered on E! last week and already has over 9 million views on VEVO. The video features LMFAO and the party rock crew in full on house party mode.

 

DATE    CITY                                  VENUE                   ON SALE DATE

May 22  Columbus, OH              Nationwide Arena                    March 2

May 23  Detroit, MI               The Palace of Auburn Hills          March 2

May 25  Minneapolis, MN        Target Center                       March 3

May 26  Chicago, IL               Allstate Arena                      March 3

May 28  Denver, CO                Red Rocks Amphitheatre              March 3

May 30  Salt Lake City, UT        Maverik Center                      March 3

June 1  Spokane, WA               Spokane Arena                       March 3

June 2  Seattle, WA               KeyArena                            March 3

June 5  Los Angeles, CA           STAPLES Center                      March 3

June 6  Sacramento, CA            Power Balance Pavilion              March 2

June 8  Oakland, CA               ORACLE Arena                        March 2

June 9  San Diego, CA             Valley View Casino Center           March 3

June 12 Houston, TX               Toyota Center                       March 3

June 13 Tulsa, OK                 BOK Center                          March 3

June 15 Dallas, TX                American Airlines Center            March 3

June 19 Charlotte, NC             Bojangles’ Coliseum                 March 2

June 20 Atlanta, GA               Philips Arena                       March 2

June 22 Miami, FL                 AmericanAirlines Arena             March 2

June 23 Orlando, FL               Amway Center                        March 3

June 25 Washington, DC           Patriot Center                      March 2

June 26 Uniondale, NY             Nassau Coliseum                     March 3

June 28 Uncasville, CT            Mohegan Sun Arena                   March 3

June 29 Newark, NJ                Prudential Center                   March 3

June 30 Philadelphia, PA          Wells Fargo Center                  March 2

July 1  Worcester, MA             DCU Center                          March 3

July 4  Toronto, ON               Molson Canadian Amph                March 2

 


Free counters!