Flo-Rida at Discover BCS Fan Experience
Discover BCS Fan Experience
January 6, 2013
Last weekend, you could not go anywhere without hearing a “Roll Tide” or “Go Irish” chant across South Florida. And with good reason, there was an influx of more than 70,000 fans from both colleges, Notre Dame and Alabama, for the BCS National Championship game.
And then there was Ocean Drive.
Everyone “took their talents” there Sunday for Flo-Rida’s free BCS Championship Game Eve concert. And, as you can imagine, because it was free, everyone was there.
Beer bottles and throngs of spirited fans lined the sand to the edge of the barrier, as police monitored for any illegal activity.
Flo-Rida opened with “Right, Round” as police opened up a barrier, bringing the fans closer to the stage.
He jumped, danced and rolled through hits like “Club Can’t Handle Me,” “Low” and “In The Ayer.”
Then, as customary for any Flo-Rida concert, he went shirtless, walking along the beach as fans ran to his vicinity while he continued with “Whistle,” “I Cry” and “Wild Ones.”
A few fans were escorted from the area for intoxication, but that could not stop a good feeling.
Flo-Rida closed with “Good Feeling” – twice. The first time he walked the crowd as the spotlight struggled to find him among the mass of college football enthusiasts.
Then, he did it again on stage, ending by thanking his fans, grateful for all his number one hits.
by Anthony Cave
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