Blood On The Dance Floor Schedule
If you're looking for a night overflowing with the kind of raw electro pop and
punk jams you crave, look no further than Blood On The Dance Floor. Fans can't help but dance and demand more when this dynamic
duo dominates clubs across the country with their hardcore screaming and dirty beats.
If you're looking for an extraordinary
concert experience, you're definitely in the right spot, as Blood On The Dance Floor is celebrated for bringing the house
down and delivering an experience that will have everyone talking long after it's all over. Come out and see a great concert
filled to the brim with hypnotic songs that are sure to bring plenty of energy to the live audience, as Blood On The Dance
Floor is always in the middle of one amazing set or another.
To find out where Blood On The Dance Floor is headed next,
be sure to stick right here on StubHub. They can be found at venues like Woolys in Des Moines, Iowa; Granada Theater in Lawrence,
Kansas; Altar Bar in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; The Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac, Michigan; Summit Music Hall in Denver, Colorado;
191 Toole in Tucson, Arizona; Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California; and more! To stay on top of all of their upcoming shows,
just sign up for event updates through StubHub as well. StubHub keeps you in the loop when it comes to all of the bands you
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Blood On The Dance Floor Background
On The Dance Floor was the brainchild of Dahvie Vanity (David Jesus Torres) in Orlando, Florida. Originally dubbed Love the
Fashion, the band began as a group effort that included Rebecca Fugate and Christopher Mongillo. The band was initially started
as a joke and paid homage to MySpace star Jeffree Star - who is a cross-dressing icon who emerged onto the music scene after
garnering pseudo-fame from his over-the-top photos posted on MySpace. Eventually, the joke evolved into something more serious,
leading to Blood On The Dance Floor's focus on making their first album. Let's Start A Riot arrived in 2007. Mongillo and
Fugate exited the band, leaving Vanity to tour on his own. While on tour, he met Garrett Ecstasy, who became his partner in
crime in 2008. It didn't take long for Blood On The Dance Floor to cultivate a rabid fan base. The newly founded group soon
came to a bump in the road when Ecstasy was booted out of the band for allegedly stealing. Jeremy Brian Griffis took his place,
going by the stage name of Jayy Von Monroe. The two started working on fresh material and concentrated on their tour schedule.
Eventually, the duo joined forces with their idol Jeffree Starr to blow out a few tracks in 2010. The collaboration spiked
their success, and their album Epic climbed to the No. 5 slot on the dance/electronic Billboard chart. Epic was followed by
All the Rage!!, Evolution and Bad Blood.
Blood On The Dance Floor Albums
Blood On The Dance Floor's albums
include: Let's Start a Riot (2008); It's Hard to be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World (2008); Epic (2010); All the Rage!! (2011);
Evolution (2012); and Bad Blood (2013).
Blood On The Dance Floor Concert Experience
Whether it's in the
Pittsburgh area or any of the other venues that Blood On The Dance Floor might make an appearance, this is a concert event
that you absolutely don't want to miss out on. Be prepared to be captivated with a steady string of head-nodding beats and
energetic dance rhythms that will get you moving. There is still no imitating the live music experience, giving you plenty
of reasons to head out for a memorable show that is sure to be the buzz of the town.
Seeing a concert live is just one
of those experiences that everyone needs now and again, as it brings the whole musical experience to a completely different
level – one you certainly can't duplicate from home no matter how expensive your sound system is. Come out and see some
of the most talented musicians around and you'll end up with a great concert experience loaded with memorable moments that
will have you buzzing well after the final song. Once you've seen your favorite band in action, you'll never be able to look
at them the same way ever again.
To experience the top-notch dance and electronica outfit Blood On The Dance Floor,
you can't rely on your playlist and your computer speakers. When they're set to take to the stage for a great set, the energy
around the crowd is sure to be absolutely electric, though that's not something that you're going to want to be left out of.
Instead of relying on your co-workers rendition about how awesome the show was, see for yourself by snagging a few seats with
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