LMFAO, Far East Movement, Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simons, Natalia Kills All Ages Early Warnings (Music) Recommended Soundboard

When: Sat., May 26, 7 p.m. 2012

When I first heard LMFAO's "I'm in Miami Bitch," I thought their electro-party-pop was hacky and cheesy and pandering—I eagerly waited for their 15 minutes to expire. But they stuck around, and I eventually came around to thinking that they're hacky and cheesy and pandering on a near-genius level. They released dozens of versions of "Miami" dedicated to different cities, including third-tier burgs like Fort Wayne, Grand Rapids, and Reno. They put out a single called "Shots" that's about doing shots. They added a dancer named "Shufflebot" to their lineup, who wears a ridiculously crappy cardboard-robot costume. They invented a dance where they waggle their dicks around, and they seem intent on performing it at every available opportunity until it ceases to be hilarious—which might be never. If Ween were younger and did a ton of MDMA and decided to try to outdo the Black Eyed Peas on their own turf, the result probably would look and sound a lot like this. LMFAO are a joke, but they're in on it, and that makes it even funnier. —Miles Raymer Far East Movement, Quest Crew, and Sidney Samson open.

Price: $25-$69.50

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