Sorry for Party Rocking US of A!
LMFAO and Far East Movement have announced their North American “Sorry For Party Rocking” tour.
The world's most professional and expensive partiers have wrapped up their European tour and will embark on a US and Canada tour this spring.
The big haired duo are joined by other Cherrytree artists like Far East Movement, their back-up dancers The Quest Crew, Dutch DJ Sidney Samson, pop/dance musician Eva Simons, pop singer Natalia Kills.
Who knows, maybe Justin Bieber will even stop by to party with the party rock crew? Bieber and Far East Movement just debuted their new track “Live My Life” last week and Bieber is definitely a fan of shuffling on stage with both FM and LMFAO.
Last week, LMFAO debuted their “Sorry For Party Rocking” music video, which featured a lot of neon, inflatable zebras and lots of wiggling.
If you liked what you see in their music video, and are a fan of handle pulls of vodka, tight pants, and large afros, you might want to check out one of these tour dates. The tour kicks off in Ohio in May.
May 22: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
May 23: Detroit, MI (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
May 25: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)
May 26: Chicago, IL (Allstate Arena)
May 28: Denver, CO (Red Rocks Amphitheatre)
May 30: Salt Lake City, UT (Maverik Center)
June 1: Spokane, WA (Spokane Arena)
June 2: Seattle, WA (KeyArena)
June 5: Los Angeles, CA (STAPLES Center)
June 6: Sacramento, CA (Power Balance Pavilion)
June 8: Oakland, CA (ORACLE Arena)
June 9: San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)
June 12: Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
June 13: Tulsa, OK (BOK Center)
June 15: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
June 19: Charlotte, NC (Bojangles' Coliseum)
June 20: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
June 22: Miami, FL (AmericanAirlines Arena)
June 23: Orlando, FL (Amway Center)
June 25: Washington, DC (Patriot Center)
June 26: Uniondale, NY (Nassau Coliseum)
June 28: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)
June 29: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)
June 30: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)
July 1: Worcester, MA (DCU Center)
July 4: Toronto, ON (Molson Canadian Amphitheatre)