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Cops show up to private Flo Rida bash in Southampton

Flo Rida performed a 48-minute set during a private party last weekend with a concert so raucous, cops showed up. We hear the bash, which took place at Zach Erdem’s Buddha Lounge at the Blu Mar restaurant in Southampton, had a tight guest list of just 22. “Everyone was dancing...
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Chance to see Flo Rida, Shaggy at Orlando concert for free

As an extra-special “thank you” to the health care workers on the front lines, an Orlando attorney is giving you the chance to see Flo Rida and Shaggy in concert for free!. The show, which Dan Newlin helped organize, will be held July 17 at the Hard Rock Live at 6050 Universal Blvd. in Orlando. 3,000 lucky people who sign up online will be picked in a drawing. You will get a ticket for yourself and one friend.
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Attorney Dan Newlin Teams With Shaggy And Flo Rida To Salute Healthcare Workers With A Free Concert At Universal's Hard Rock Live

ORLANDO, Fla., June 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Dan Newlin will be bringing Central Florida a free concert to celebrate our healthcare workers. Newlin explained, "Our healthcare workers and first responding medical teams placed their lives in grave danger this year. No one ever expected a pandemic, but when it hit, our healthcare workers were warriors, saving thousands of lives and providing kind and compassionate care to those who were suffering." Attorney Dan Newlin, a strong believer in giving back to the community continued, "We want to thank our healthcare workers, with a free night of entertainment with musical artists, Shaggy and Flo Rida."
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Flo Rida, Shaggy to hold free Orlando concert for healthcare workers

ORLANDO, Fla. - To thank frontline workers for all of their hard work during the pandemic, music superstars Flo Rida and Shaggy will hold a free concert in Orlando just for the healthcare heroes. Orlando attorney Dan Newlin helped put together the event which is open to 3,000 local healthcare...
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Flo Rida makes Eurovision Song Contest debut in support of San Marino's Senhit

Flo Rida made his Eurovision debut on Thursday in what may have been one of the unlikeliest cameos in the contest's history. The American rapper, who arrived in Rotterdam on Tuesday morning, appeared in support of the artist Senhit, who is representing San Marino — one of the world's smallest countries, located as a small republic surrounded by Italy — in the competition's second semifinal.