#FOLLOWME TOUR TO BRING HIP-HOP DANCE SUPERSTARS TO NYCB LIVE’S NASSAU VETERANS MEMORIAL COLISEUMJun 5, 2017
The Show Marks the First Performance in the Venue’s Coastline Theater Configuration
LONG ISLAND – #FOLLOWME, a new live tour featuring dance superstars and Internet sensations WilldaBeast Adams (“So You Think You Can Dance” choreographer; 2.6 million followers), Nia Sioux (“Dance Moms;” 5.8 million followers), Kenneth San Jose (685K followers), and Janelle Ginestra (587K followers) will be held at the Coastline Theater at NYCB LIVE’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, August 20, in what will be the first performance in the venue’s theater configuration.
#FOLLOWME is an electrifying live dance show celebrating the hip-hop dance community. The show inspires dancers and choreographers to step into the spotlight, and see, dance, and interact with their YouTube dance idols. The show will feature solo acts from each headliner that highlight their style and performance skills, incorporating their greatest hits with never before seen dances and songs.
Tickets for #FOLLOWME go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 9 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, nycblive.com, or by calling 1-800-745-3000. Tickets can also be purchased at the Ticketmaster Box Office located at the Coliseum beginning on Saturday, June 10 at noon.
Fans can enter for a chance to win the opportunity to be featured on stage in #FOLLOWME’s explosive dance finale. The choreography for the finale will be released over social media for audience members to learn ahead of the show, and select lucky fans will be chosen from video submissions to get the opportunity of a lifetime – to dance with their idols on stage.
Coastline Theater at NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, transforms the large arena into a smaller venue for more intimate performances. The 5,000-capacity configuration is a true theater set-up with floor-to-ceiling curtains for enhancing sound absorption and improving noise control. The stage is centered, giving guests an up-close view of the performance.