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    Channel 96.3's "Spring Fling" Featuring Flo Rida

    • Date: March 30, 2017
    • Time: 7:00 PM
    • Admission: VIP-$75, GA Floor-$35, Reserved Bowl-$22, Student-$18
    • Location: Hartman Arena L.L.C.
      8151 N. Hartman Arena Drive, Park City, KS 67147

    Channel 96.3's "Spring Fling" will take place at Hartman Arena on Thursday, March 30 with a special performance from Flo Rida. For the last decade, Flo Rida's up-beat, catchy hits have been ruling the airwaves. Now, seven years after his first appearance at Hartman Arena as a newcomer to the hip-hop scene, Flo Rida returns to rock the house again with a long list of mega-hits!
    This hit-maker's list of successes started in 2008 with "Low" and since then he has continued to produce huge hits such as "Good Feeling," "Wild Ones," "I Cry," "Right Round," and many more.
    Tickets are available at the Hartman Arena Box Office, online at ticketmaster.com, or by phone at 1-800-745-3000. General admission floor tickets are $35, reserved seats are $25, and $75 VIP tickets will get fans right in front of the stage. Students with an ID can get $18 student tickets at the Hartman Arena Box Office.
    About Flo Rida
    Born Tramar Dillard on September 17, 1979, Flo Rida was raised by a single mother in Miami's rough neighborhood of Carol City, Florida. Music helped Flo Rida stay on the straight path. His father was a talented musician who encouraged his son to express himself through music. Growing up, Flo Rida was exposed to all kinds of music, thanks in large part of his sisters, some of whom formed a local gospel group. When he was a teenager, Flo Rida found local success rapping with a group called the Groundhoggz. At 18, he became the hype man for Fresh Kid Ice from 2 Live Crew. Eventually, Flo Rida caught the attention of DeVante Swing, formerly of the famed R&B group Jodeci and spent a few years in Los Angeles working with him. Unable to land a record deal, Flo Rida returned home to Miami and in late 2006 hooked up with Poe Boy Entertainment and its CEO, Elric "E-Class" Prince.

    In December 20, 2006 Flo Rider inked a deal with Atlantic Records and in 2009 started his own management company, Strong Arm, with longtime friend and manager, Lee "Freezy" Prince. With the success of his management company Flo Rida and Lee "Freezy" Prince launched their own record label, IMG, in June 2011. With his musical success Flo Rida got back to his roots of giving back and started "Big Dreams For Kids" a nonprofit foundation that is committed to inspiring future leaders.