Teenagers are known for turning their music up loud to drown out the sound of old people’s bones creaking. Tune into youthful sounds with this GrouponLive deal.
- 103.5 KISS FM’s Fantabuloso Tour 2013 featuring The Wanted and Icona Pop
- When: Monday, June 3, at 6 p.m.
- Where: Aragon Ballroom
- Section: General admission (standing room only)
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
- $25 for one ticket (up to a $44.50 value)
- $100 for two tickets and a meet-and-greet with Icona Pop (up to a $189 value)
- $200 for two tickets and a meet-and-greet with The Wanted (up to a $289 value)<p>
The Wanted performing “I Found You” * Number of strapping young lads in The Wanted: Five * Their proper names (so you can fill in the hearts you’re drawing correctly): Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker, and Nathan Sykes * Youngest member: Nathan Sykes, who just turned 20 * Eldest member: Tom Parker, who is now 25, but will turn back into a pumpkin when he turns 26 * Reasons to get crushed out: the fact that they co-write their hits; the self-deprecating sense of humor in their “Walks Like Rihanna” video; the British and Irish accents * Songs you could sing to a cop to get out of a ticket: “I Found You” and “Glad You Came” * Juiciest awards: People’s Choice Award for “Favorite Breakout Artist,” Virgin Media Music Award for “Best Group,” and 4Music Award for “Hottest Boys”
Icona Pop performing an intimate rendition of “I Love It” at Amp Radio in LA Warning: Contains one dirty word, but it’s a dirty word that everybody uses anyway, so it’s really no big deal. * Who they are: Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo * Where they hail from: an enchanted forest in Sweden * What they sound like: humans falling in love with the wrong robots at an electro-pop rave * Where you’ve heard their breakthrough hit “I Love It”: on TV’s Girls and Dancing with the Stars, atop the iTunes’ dance chart, and at neighborhood helium bars * Number of eyes that have seen the video for “I Love It” on YouTube: 38 million * Percentage of songs on The Iconic EP that, according to Pitchfork, “would make appropriate soundtracks for glitterbombing your ex on a dance floor”: 67%
Its neon sign visible from the Red Line "L" tracks, Aragon Ballroom beckons concertgoers to historical confines that take their design aesthetic from Spanish palace courtyards. The two-storied venue houses a gargantuan dance floor under a wrap-around balcony where visitors can retreat to get an elevated view of the stage or a better vantage point to spot a singer’s lost contact.