The Kid LAROI Concert This Friday In Loveland, Colorado Has Been Postponed
The Kid LAROI has postponed his April 28th concert in Loveland, Colorado at the Budweiser Events Center due to "unforeseen circumstances." Worry not, the new date is set.
The Kid LAROI Postpones His Loveland, Colorado Show
While 2020 was an interesting year around not just Colorado, but the world, it did have some bright spots. One of those was music. With the creativity of artists, old and new, getting time to really write and perfect new music, or making debuts through live virtual concerts, or through viral videos on social media, we were introduced to some awesome new music and artists in that crazy year. One of them was Australian rapper, singer, and songwriter, The Kid LAROI. Scroll down for the new re-scheduled colorado concert date.
The Kid LAROI "Without You" Music Video
With smash singles like "Without You" (above) or "Stay" which featured Justin Bieber, The Kid Laroi was everywhere. "Stay" in particular, was one of, if not the biggest pop song of 2022 which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for multiple weeks. You almost couldn't turn on pop radio, or scroll through social media without hearing that tune. Now his new song "Love Again is tearing up the charts as well. Check out the videos below...
The Kid LAROI Featuring Justin Bieber "Stay" Music Video
The Kid LAROI "Love Again" Music Video
While the sho has been postponed, you'll still be able to hear "Stay" and all of The Kid LAROI's other bangers at the Budweiser Events Center on its new date. Friday, May 5th, only one week from its original date. The Kid Laroi's last stop in Colorado was in Denver in 2022 at the Mission Ball Room, which was a completely sold-out show. This show is expected to do the same.
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Tickets are on sale now for the re-scheduled date at the Budweiser Events Center "OCR Box Office," or BudweiserEventsCenter.com. We'll also have your shot to win tickets so keep listening to 99.9 The Point to win your way into Northern Colorado's biggest show of the spring.