Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer Afrojack bring his massive dance beats and electrical new stage show to Kino Sports Complex on Friday, Oct. 26 as part of his 13- city North American “Jacked” tour.

The show at the complex’s south soccer fields begins at 6 p.m. Gates open at 5 p.m.

Joining Afrojack will be Shermanology – singers and performers Andy, Dorothy and Leon Sherman – and DJ and producer Bobby Burns.

Tickets for this 18-and-older, festival/no-seating show are $36 (limited quantity) and $100. Prices go up when the $36 tickets are sold out.

Shuttle buses will run nonstop between FinallyMade, 845 E. University #145, next to Pei Wei, and Kino Sports Complex at 30-minute intervals from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Shuttle tickets are $5.

Concert and shuttle tickets are available at www.ticketfly.com/event/162623. Cameras, chairs, umbrellas, outside food or drinks, and bags are not permitted at the

event.

Afrojack won Grammy Awards for Best Remix (Madonna, “Revolver”) in 2011 and Best Rap/Hip Hop Track for his co- production duties on Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now” this year. His hits include “Can’t Stop Me,” featuring Shermanology, and “Rock the House,” named the hottest dance song of the summer by the Los Angeles Times.

For more information, go to www.finallymade.com/events/.

Kino Sports Complex is the largest professional sports and entertainment venue of its kind in Pima County. It includes the 11,000-seat Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, seven baseball fields (four with lights), lighted softball fields, a regulation Soccer Stadium (lighted) and four additional fields available for soccer, field hockey, rugby, and lacrosse. With its panoramic view of the Santa Catalina Mountains, it is a natural fit for youth, high school and collegiate sports. Plus, it makes a great setting for social gatherings, concerts, and community events. To learn more, or to schedule an event, go to www.kinosportscomplex.com or call (520)546-KINO (5466).

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