Flo Rida, Ying Yang Twins added to Red River Valley Fair lineup

The rap acts will play on Monday, July 10 at the Red River Valley Fair.

Rapper Flo Rida
Flo Rida will play the Red River Valley Fair with the Ying Yang Twins on Monday, July 10, 2023.

WEST FARGO — Rapper Flo Rida will play the Red River Valley Fair with Ying Yang Twins on July 10.

Flo Rida broke out with 2007’s chart-topper “Low” and followed that up two years later with the smash hit “Right Round.” Other hits include “Club Can’t Handle Me,” “Wild Ones,” “Whistle” and “My House.”

Ying Yang Twins are best known for “Wait (The Whisper Song)” and “Salt Shaker.”

Tickets are $45 and $199 and include gate admission. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, March 3.

The other grandstand acts announced so far are country act Dan + Shay, rapper Jelly Roll, hard rock band Shinedown and classic rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd. The Red River Valley Fair runs July 7 through 16 at the fairgrounds in West Fargo.


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