Concert-goers sometimes leave with a memento handed down from the stage, such as a drumstick, a set list, or a plastic baggy full of famous-person sweat. Go home happy with this GrouponLive deal to Who Came to Party for Operation Smile? at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Sunday, November 18, at 7 p.m. Choose from the following seating and ticket-package options:
For $64, you get two loge or concourse tickets (up to $128 value, including all fees).
For $299, you get a Gold-Level Hall Pass package for two (up to a $609 total value), which includes:
- Two loge or concourse tickets (a $99 value)
- Two Hall Pass lanyards granting access to pre- and postshow meet and greets and an after-party (a $300 value)
- Two commemorative T-shirts (a $50 value)
- Two drawstring backpacks (a $40 value)
- Two Who Came to Party? laser fingers (a $20 value)
- Two raffle tickets to win autographed prizes (a $100 value)
For $329, you get a VIP Platinum-Level Hall Pass Package for one (up to a $705 total value), which includes:
- One VIP ticket for floor seating in the first four rows (a $200 value)
- One VIP Hall Pass lanyard granting access to the red carpet, artist soundchecks starting at 4 p.m., pre- and postshow meet and greets, and the after-party (a $400 value)
- One commemorative T-shirt (a $25 value)
- One drawstring backpack (a $20 value)
- One Who Came to Party? laser finger (a $10 value)
- One raffle ticket to win autographed prizes (a $50 value)
Benefitting Operation Smile’s efforts to repair children's cleft palates throughout the world, Who Came to Party? sets the stage rocking with a lineup of golden-voiced singers and seasoned dancers. Just a couple of years out of high school, emcee Mac Miller landed a spot in XXL's 2011 Freshman Class. His recent best-selling album Blue Slide Park—named after a playground near his Pittsburgh home famed for its self-aggrandizing slide—showcases Miller's strong melodic sense in the form of arrangements for piano, drums, guitar, and bass, all of which he commanded by the time he reached first grade.
The grandson of Motown founder Berry Gordy and cofounder of party-rock group LMFAO, SkyBlu breaks out on his own to deliver raucous paeans to uninhibited carousing. On the squeaky-clean side of the bill, teenage sensation Zendaya takes a break from her Disney show, Shake It Up, to treat showgoers to poppy vocals and kinetic dance moves. Fellow Disney heartthrobs Kendall Schmidt and Logan Henderson of Big Time Rush fame join her, dropping in to give away two Fender guitars bearing their extremely valuable fingerprints.
Named one of Vibe's “top six DJs who rocked 2011,” DJ Pauly D carefully lays his headphones over his vertical shock of gelled hair before flooding the arena with thumping bass and swirling samples, which he’s used to amp up the crowd on tour with Britney Spears. BQ Girls—made up of a comely quartet of Miss Universe competitors—croon sultry R & B tunes before Poreotics demonstrate how they won the fifth season of America's Best Dance Crew—with uncanny moves that make them appear to be floating in space or guided by remote control, plus remembering that one of the judges can’t resist anyone wearing sunglasses.
Though Who Came to Party with Operation Smile? sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.