The Freestyle Explosion Throwback Jam
Presented by Pacific Concert Group and Live Nation
Tickets To Go on Sale Exclusively at Ticketmsater.com
on December 14 at 10 A.M.
The biggest names in freestyle music and throwbacks including Grammy Nominee Taylor Dayne, The King of Freestyle Stevie B., and The Queen of Freestyle Lisa Lisa collaborate to perform their biggest rhythmic dance hits during the “Freestyle Explosion Throwback Jam” on Friday, March 24 at Acrisure Arena, the newest 11,000-capacity world-class venue in Southern California scheduled to open today.
Tickets will go on sale this Friday, December 16, at 10:00 a.m. exclusively through Ticketmaster.com
The tour also includes pop groups The Cover Girls, The Jets, and Freestyle Legends Tka K 7 Debbie Deb, Trinere and Miamis’s own “Freestyle” plus throwback Icons Rob Base, MC Shy D. This lineup influenced the 80’s and 90’s with their style of music which remains widely popular and in rotation with today’s hits.
Taylor Dayne hits include “Looking For A New Love,” “Real Love,” “Everything,” “Don’t You Want Me,” and have earned her the prestigious honor of receiving a Grammy Award.
Singer, songwriter, and producer Stevie B who was influential in the Latin freestyle music scene of the late 1980’s, is best known for his No. 1 ballad “Because I Love You” along with his mega hits “Spring Love,” “Party Your Body,” and “Dreaming of Love.”
Lisa Lisa rose to fame with certified Gold single, “I Wonder If I Take You Home,” along with other huge songs like “Can You Feel The Beat,” “Lost In Emotion,” “All Cried Out,” and “Head to Toe,” which was released along with her band Cult Jam.
American vocal group, The Cover Girls achieved much of their success in the late 80’s and early 90’s with chart topping cross over hits like “Show Me,” “Because of You,” “Wishing On A Star,” and “My Heart Skips A Beat” to name a few.
The Jets are one of pop music’s most successful family groups whose national hits include “Crush on You,” “You Got it All,” “Make It Real,” and “Rocket 2 U.”
This is also TKA’s 30-year anniversary of the groups biggest Throwback hit “Come Baby Come.”