LMFAO Announces 'Party Rocking' North American Tour
LMFAO Announces 'Party Rocking' North American Tour

Looking for a hot tour that's a little louder than the Beach Boys reunion, a little rowdier than Coldplay, and little more wiggle-ready than Madonna (we hope)? Well, LMFAO has got a show for you! The party rocking duo has announced the dates for their Sorry For Party Rocking trek, which will visit 26 cities over the spring and summer.

Along with LMFAO and the "Party Rock Crew," which presumably includes that giant-headed robot, the tour will feature special guests like Far*East Movement, Quest Crew (who absolutely dominated season 3 of "America's Best Dance Crew"), Sidney Samson, Eva Simon and Natalia Kills. The first tickets for the tour, which begins in Columbus, Ohio on May 22, go on sale this Friday (March 2).

LMFAO: The Billboard Cover Story

Last week, the carefree video for "Sorry For Party Rocking" was unveiled and featured a whole lot of zebra print, David Hasselhoff and the feeling that LMFAO are never THAT sorry for party rocking. The track climbed to No. 60 on last week's Hot 100; the duo's previous two singles, "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It," both hit No. 1 on the chart.

Here are the dates for LMFAO's Sorry For Party Rocking tour:

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)

Questions? Comments? Let us know: @billboard

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