B96 Summer Bash Line-up and Ticket Information

B96 Summer Bash
June 16, 2012
Toyota Park
Bridgeview, IL
Tickets: Start at $50 to $100 plus service fees

B96 Summer Bash 2012

The summer concert season has already started with the likes of the Hangout Music Festival and Rock on the Range taking place this weekend and Summer Camp next holiday weekend. What is now a staple of B96.3FM, the B96 Summer Bash is right around the corner.  The Bash takes place June 16th at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois and the bill is a hot one with Flo Rida, The Wanted, Big Time Rush, Sean Paul, Dev, Mike Posner, and internet sensation, Karmin taking the stage and more to be announced. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for free Summer Bash ticket giveaways at locations around Chicago.

The Line-up:
Flo Rida
The Wanted
Big Time Rush
Sean Paul
Mike Posner
& more!

Ticket information from Ticketmaster:

US $50.00 – US $125.00
US $50.00 Ticket + US $10.20 Fees =
US $60.20US $125.00 Ticket + US $12.95 Fees =
US $137.95

US $25.00 – US $85.00
US $25.00 Ticket + US $7.60 Fees =
US $32.60US $85.00 Ticket + US $11.05 Fees =
US $96.05

US $9.63
US $9.63 Ticket + US $7.25 Fees =
US $16.88

Fantabuloso’s Jay Sean: Two Down, Any More To Go?

Jay Sean
103.5 KISS FM Fantabuloso
Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
May 21, 2010

British singer Jay Sean has successfully made a name for himself in the United States with his two consecutive hit singles “Down” and “Do You Remember.” Naturally, the omnipresent radio favorite “Down” was an instant smash in America thanks to a guest appearance from Lil Wayne. “Do You Remember” has taken a little bit longer to catch on with listeners and seems to be stuck in second place. The tune, which features Sean Paul and Lil Jon, will most likely never surpass its predecessor, no matter how hard it may try. Any piece of music featuring Lil Wayne is a sure fire winner in the U.S.A., as evidenced by any week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Sean Paul and Lil Jon no doubt can help boost the career of a relatively unknown pop star from another country, but they will never reach the level that is Lil Wayne.

Jay Sean Chicago

Jay Sean has the potential to survive in the cutthroat music industry and has two outrageously catchy songs to prove it. But the question remains: Does Sean have the talent, skills, voice, stage presence, stamina, and (most importantly) music to keep the fans he has already obtained satisfied and wanting more? If Sean’s debut album All Or Nothing can produce one or two more success stories in the form of hit radio singles and digital downloads, then we have an artist who might just make it. For now though, audiences across the country will have to be happy seeing Jay Sean live in concert performing “Down,” “Do You Remember,” and possibly one more tune from All Or Nothing. But that’s it, folks. Expect no more from a Jay Sean show at the moment.