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FAR EAST MOVEMENT GIVE EDMONTON FANS AN EARLY HOLIDAY GIFT!
Special Cherrytree Pop Alternative Pop-up Show with tour-mates Natalia Kills, MynameisKay, Rye Rye and Colette Carr Announced.
December 20th,2011- Downtown Los Angeles “dirty bassheads” Far East Movement will be performing a free live show for their fans in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada tomorrow, Wednesday, December 21st at the Ice Palace in the West Edmonton Mall. The concert is scheduled to begin promptly at 4:30pm. After it was announced that the remaining three dates of the Cherrytree Pop Alternative Tour- Canada would be postponed, the LA quartet decided that they had to do something for the fans of Edmonton disappointed by the news.
“We wanted to do something special for all the amazing fans that were planning on attending the concert as a gift from us and our cherrytree team" said group member Kev Nish.
What initially started as a casual fan meet & greet has now been transformed into a full-scale free-wired concert. And what better stage then centre rink of the Ice Palace inside the North America’s largest shopping mall located in the heart of Edmonton. Far East Movement will be joined on stage by label mates Natalia Kills, MynameisKay, Rye Rye and Colette Carr
FM will be releasing their sophomore album officially titled “Dirty Bass” in early 2012. Tomorrow’s free show will be an opportunity to expose fans to some of their new music and play the hits from their debut album Free Wired including "Like A G6,” and “Rocketeer,”.
The concert will be held at the Ice Palace inside West Edmonton Mall at 4:30pm and is free to the general public.
The remaining Cherrytree Pop Alternative Canadian tour dates in Calgary (Dec 20th), Edmonton (Dec 21st), and Vancouver (Dec 23rd) have been postponed until February of next year, exact dates to be announced. Fans that purchased tickets should check with their local box offices for further details.
Word of the tours postponement also came with sad news that label-mate Sky Blu of LMFAO had suffered a severe back injury and could not continue the tour. "We're praying for Sky Blu's speedy recovery.”
– Kev Nish, Far East Movement