We have a concert announcement for you, Quad Cities. Get ready to get 'Low' because Flo Rida is coming to Davenport in October. He will be playing at the Rhythm City Casino Resort in Davenport and we couldn't be more excited!

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In a press release on Monday, officials from the Rhythm City Casino Resort made the awesome announcement that they are bringing Flo Rida to the Quad Cities. Flo Rida is bringing his countless hits to the Event Center on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021. The concert will kick off at 8:00 p.m.

Born Tramar Dillard on December 16, 1979, Flo Rida grew up in the housing projects of the Carol City neighborhood of Miami Gardens, Florida. He has been a member of a home-grown group, the Groundhoggz, since 9th grade. At age 15, Flo Rida began working with his brother-in-law who was connected to Luther Campbell, aka Luke Skywalker, of 2 Live Crew. By 2001 Flo Rida was the promotion man for 2 Live Crew’s Fresh Kid Ice when he headed out on a solo career.

Flo Rida is known for his massive hits like "Low", "Right Round", "Club Can't Handle Me", "Good Feeling", "Wild Ones", "My House", and so many more.

Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday, August 6th, 2021, at 10 a.m. Ticket prices are $59, $69, $79, $89, and $99 plus tax and an online/phone ticketing fee (this fee is waived when tickets are purchased at The Market inside Rhythm City Casino Resort).

When tickets go on sale this Friday, tickets can be purchased online at rhythmcitycasino.com, by phone at 844-852-4FUN, or in person at The Market gift shop inside Rhythm City Casino Resort.

The Rhythm City Casino is definitely going to be poppin' on Sunday, October 3rd thanks to Flo Rida! Thank goodness for concerts being back and we'll see you at Flo Riday this October!

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