LMFAO Announce Sorry for Party Rocking Tour Dates
Everyone’s favorite party rockers are taking their apologies on the road. LMFAO announced their North American tour today, to the delight of many a shot drinker and hip wiggler.
The 26-city tour will take place over the spring and summer, beginning in Columbus, Ohio and concluding in Toronto, per Billboard. They’ll be taking their “Party Rock Crew” along for the ride (we’re guessing that’s their backup dancers and robots), as well as special guests, including Natalia Kills, Far East Movement (Redfoo remixed ‘Live Your Life,’ their Justin Bieber-featuring single!) and more.
The ‘Shot’ enthusiasts have been busy bees lately. First they partied with Paris Hilton at Sundance, then hoisted Madonna during her Super Bowl performance. We’re just hoping this tour goes better than the excursions they’ve had lately. A venue caught fire in Honduras, and the duo had to postpone a Canadian tour when SkyBlu got a severe back injury.
We’re glad the guys are back in the game! Check out their tour dates below — tickets go on sale this Friday, March 2.
LMFAO Sorry For Party Rocking 2012 Tour Dates:
5/22 – Columbus, Ohio | Nationwide Arena
5/23 – Detroit, Mich. | The Palace of Auburn Hills
5/25 – Minneapolis, Minn. | Target Center
5/26 – Chicago, Ill. | Allstate Arena
5/28 – Denver, Colo. | Red Rocks Amphitheatre
5/30 – Salt Lake City, Utah | Maverik Center
6/1 – Spokane, Wash. | Spokane Arena
6/2 – Seattle, Wash. | Key Arena
6/5 – Los Angeles, Calif. | Staples Center
6/6 – Sacramento, Calif. | Power Balance Pavilion
6/8 – Oakland, Calif. | Oracle Arena
6/9 – San Diego, Calif. | Valley View Casino Center
6/12 – Houston, Texas | Toyota Center
6/13 – Tulsa, Okla. | BOK Center
6/15 – Dallas, Texas | American Airlines Center
6/19 – Charlotte, N.C. | Bojangles’ Coliseum
6/20 – Atlanta, Ga. | Philips Arena
6/22 – Miami, Fla. | American Airlines Arena
6/23 – Orlando, Fla. | Amway Center
6/25 – Washington, D.C. | Patriot Center
6/26 – Uniondale, N.Y. | Nassau Coliseum
6/28 – Uncasville, C.T. | Mohegan Sun Arena
6/29 – Newark, N.J. | Prudential Center
6/30 – Philadelphia, Pa. | Wells Fargo Center
7/1 – Worcester, Mass. | DCU Center
7/4 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Molson Canadian Amphitheatre