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"Party Hard" With Andrew W.K., But Know "Your Rules" in Fort Lauderdale on April 7

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Sure, Tiësto and Swedish House Mafia party on private planes, flooding fuselages with champagne on their epic 36,000-mile-high ravers. And yeah, rappers like Lil Wayne and Rick Ross make it rain millions at King of Diamonds, unleashing cash-money thunderstorms on big-booty girls like Tip Drill and Skrawberry. But Andrew Fetterly Wilkes Krier still parties the hardest.

Known to the masses as Andrew W.K., the 32-year-old multi-instrumentalist music producer, singer-songwriter, and all-around rock 'n' roll rager is bringing his "Party Hard" shit-show to Fort Lauderdale's Revolution Live on Saturday, April 7.

But before you "Tear it up," start "Pushing Drugs," and get "Totally Stupid" with Andrew and his crew, make sure you know "Your Rules."

No Weapons, Fireworks, Confetti, or Jewelry with Spiked Edges

Only Andrew W.K. should make Andrew W.K. bleed, not some Broward County punk with poor accessory tastes and bootleg explosives. There will be plenty of bloody noses and forehead wounds courtesy of the talent, thank you very much.

No Crowd Surfing

The folks at Revolution hate crowd surfers. Respect the bouncers, bitches. But most importantly...

Always Party Hard

"When it's time to party, we will always party hard" - Andrew W.K., "Party Hard," 2001

Andrew W.K. Saturday, April 7. Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave, Fort Lauderdale. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $29 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Call 954-449-1025 or visit jointherevolution.net.

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