The Crofoot has two of my favorite Michigan acts scheduled to open up for Big Freedia this Thursday in the ballroom, Tunde Olaniran and Jamaican Queens. Big Freedia is known for her version of bounce music called sissy bounce which features her flamboyant style and a little cross-dressing to entertain the crowd.
Both Tunde and Freedia have dancers that know how to shake their money makers in ways that I have never seen and will never be able to replicate. Jamaican Queens may not feature dancers, but they will be able to grab your attention. Ryan Spencer has a very unique voice and their single “The Kids Get Away” has been on repeat on all my playlists for months. You can check out the music video here. You can also check out video and interviews with Tunde here:
The show is at 8 p.m. and is $13 in advance, $15 at the door. This event is open to all ages. The Crofoot staff is one of the best around; you will never wait long for a drink or a bathroom. Make sure to tip your bartenders well and wear your best dancing shoes to this one.