Last night was a sea of neon, animal print and man thongs, which can only mean one thing: LMFAO and time to get my dance on. Kevin’s younger sister Sarah and her best friend Stephanie got the tickets, and Kevin and I gladly accompanied them as “chaperones.”
Before heading to the Amway Center, we grabbed an early dinner at La Bella Luna in Baldwin Park. I started with the tomato basil bisque and then ordered the baked ziti.
The bisque had good flavor, and it was a lot of soup. The ziti was fine, but I was expecting something dryer from being baked and with ricotta. It still beats paying for overpriced concession food.
Kevin ordered a pepperoni stromboli, and Sarah and Stephanie split a BBQ chicken pizza.
After loading up on Italian food, we headed to the concert. There were a ton of opening acts, the most notable being Far East Movement, who sing Rocketeer and Like a G-6. I find myself jealous of them because they’re Asian but have rhythm…something I have yet to achieve.
After Far East Movement, LMFAO took the stage. I was surprised by how many little kids were in the crowd. LMFAO was pretty inappropriate but a lot of fun.
They are incredibly high energy, upbeat and happy, so it’s hard not to get on your feet and dance along, even in five inch heels. It was no NKOTBSB, but I did have a great time and would definitely see them again.
Are you an LMFAO fan? Shots, shots, shots, shots…shots, shots, shots, shots…EVERYBODY!