On July 17, Ryan Beatty and Demi Lovato performed some great pop hits at Southside on Lamar Music Hall to thousands of teens at a free concert part of the Crazy Good Summer Concert Tour to celebrate 50 years of Pop-Tarts. These FREE surprise concerts are popping up all over the country with performances by Jasmine V, Austin Mahone and more. The Dallas stop was extra special with native Dallas star Demi Lovato headlining and Ryan Beatty presenting his hit "Every Little Thing" as well as covering Lorde's hit "Royals."
The event included Pop-Tarts and lots of them. Free samples of Kellogg's breakfast items such as Krave. There was a photo booth and temporary tattoos for teens. You could get your pic taken with a walking Pop-Tart and make you own sign giving a shout out to Demi and Ryan.
The third annual concert series is bigger than ever, with the chance to score free tickets to see some of today's hottest acts. The all-star line-up, produced by Live Nation Entertainment, featured multi-platinum selling recording artist Demi Lovato, Jasmine V and Emblem3 in three separate cities – Lovato performed in Dallas, Jasmine V performed in LA and Emblem3 will perform August 13 in Chicago. As previously announced, the Crazy Good Summer Bash will also feature a private concert by Austin Mahone for one lucky winner.
"I'm excited to be a part of Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Summer Bash again," said fan-fave Demi Lovato. "I can't wait to perform for my fans in a top secret location!"
One of the top secret locations happened to be Dallas at the South Side Music Hall. During the show Demi Lovato talked about her favorite flavor Pop-Tart when she was growing up to be Brown Sugar Cinnamon and now it's Smores. Demi also talked about her passions for causes such as women's empowerment, preventing bullying and also the prevention of self harm (prevalent among teens).
Demi sang some of her top hits such as opening with "Heart Attack" and then going into favorites such as Disney Frozen's "Let It Go" and her newest hits on her Neon Lights tour such as "Really Don't Care" and "Neon Lights."
Learn more at the Pop-Tarts Crazy Good Summer Concert Tour for more concerts across the country.