Flo Rida Show Moved to Axis-Radius

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I certainly hope that Flo Rida is a patient man.

First he was supposed to be a part of this year's Phooson at Cricket Pavillion, but the event was moved to Tucson. Ain't no thang but a chicken wing, as he moved his appearance over to the Celebrity Theatre.

That gig got nixed to for some unknown reason, and now Flo Rida will be doing his show over at Axis/Radius in Scottsdale. He was originally scheduled to hold his official after-party there anyway, so its all good in the hood.

Tickets from the Celebrity show will be honored. Visit Steve LeVine Entertainment's web site for more info.

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