Free Flo Rida Concert to Highlight Titletown's Summer Fun Day Showcase on June 3
Event will kick off summer with free outdoor activities and live entertainment
Titletown is kicking off summer in a big way once again, with a free concert featuring hip-hop artist and rapper Flo Rida to highlight the annual Summer Fun Days Showcase, presented by Ticketmaster, on Saturday, June 3.
The free event will take place from 3 to 10 p.m., with outdoor fun and activities for all ages offered throughout the day, including music performances, arts and crafts and interactive games and programs to preview the variety of upcoming offerings planned for the summer.
The Flo Rida concert will begin at 8:30 p.m., with the show taking place in the Lambeau Field west parking lot, across South Ridge Road from Titletown. The concert is entirely free, with no tickets required. The stage will be situated near Lambeau Field to allow more standing room space for spectators.
Ridge Road will be closed to traffic beginning in the early afternoon so concertgoers can spread out from the Lambeau Field parking lot toward Titletown. Parking in the Lambeau Field and Titletown lots will be free, but parking in Lots 5 and 6 across the street from Titletown will be limited due to the stage placement. Attendees should park in other Lambeau Field parking lots and on neighborhood streets as available.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase throughout Titletown. Carry-ins, such as outside food and beverages, are not permitted at the event. Concert attendees are asked not to bring lawn chairs to allow for more standing room space.
More information about the Summer Fun Days Showcase presented by Ticketmaster, as well as the full schedule of upcoming summer activities, will be announced in the coming weeks and will be posted on titletown.com when available.
About Flo Rida: Born Tramar Dillard, Flo Rida was raised in Carol City in Miami, Florida. Growing up, he was encouraged to express himself through music, which helped him stay on the right path. Exposed to a wide variety of music as a child, he found local success as a teenager, rapping with a group and working as a hype man. He spent time in Los Angeles hoping to land a record deal, but eventually returned home to Miami and in late 2006, he connected with Poe Boy Entertainment and its CEO Elric “E-Class” Prince. He inked a deal with Atlantic Records and released his debut album, “Mail on Sunday” in 2008, followed up by his sophomore album “R.O.O.T.S.” the next year. Also in 2009, he started his own management company, Strong Arm, with longtime friend and manager, Lee “Freezy” Prince. With the success of Strong Arm, the two launched their own record label, IMG, in June 2011. Flo Rida release three more albums, “Only One Flo (Part 1)” in 2010, “Wild Ones” in 2012, and “My House” in 2015. On the heels of his musical success, Flo Rida also spends time giving back, starting “Big Dreams for Kids,” a nonprofit foundation that is committed to inspiring future leaders.