Flo Rida, Pitbull, Maroon 5 bring the party to March Madness Music Festival
Latin beats, social justice, wild parties, love songs and a sprinkling of hybrid musical genres from the powerhouse lineup of Maroon 5, Pitbull, Aloe Blacc and Flo Rida closed out the three day March Madness Music Festival on Sunday night.
Produced by Turner Sports Live Events, the Capital One Jam Fest held at Discovery Green Park, did not disappoint. Treating fans to a free concert on a first come, first serve basis, everyone received complimentary clear bags with the NCAA Final Four logo as a security measure.
Concert-goers arriving after 5 p.m. weren’t so lucky. Closed-off gates and barricades set up by police officers was as close as these fans, most of them families with small children, would get to park. Surprisingly, many cheerfully stood outside listening to the music drifting from the park.
Gates closed for the night at #MarchMadnessMusicFestival. pic.twitter.com/p6h2R0polS
— Larry Seward (@LSewardKHOU) April 3, 2016