Too White Crew - Chicago's All Live Hip Hop Tribute Band

Huge New Year’s Eve show announced!




































This show is going to take NYE in the Quad Cities to a completely new level! Early bird pricing is only $20 for General Admission and $40 for VIP (includes seating area and hors d’oeuvres). Everyone gets champagne at midnight a hell of a great time. Also performing Smooth Groove and DJ Dolla. There’s a silent auction for a great charity (Ride With Kelly Foundation — assisting children financially and emotionally who are grieving the loss of parents or siblings) so you can ring in the new year feeling good about having contributed to an awesome cause! This, to offset how bad you’re gonna feel from the 5-Alarm Hangover!

Get your tickets now call 309-721-6801 or at or The Adler Theatre box office. The direct Ticketmaster link is:


Here’s the official press release, as seen in the QC Dispatch / Argus:

Davenport, IA – Come welcome in 2014 at the TheRivercenter with Too White Crew and Smooth Groove with DJ Dolla on December 31st from 7:30pm to 1:00am. Ticket prices are $20 for General Admission and $40 for VIP until December 8th. Get tickets by calling 309-721-6801 or or at the Adler Theatre Box Office. Hotel packages with tickets and party bus are also available. Part of the proceeds to benefit the Ride With Kelly Foundation.

Too White Crew, a Chicago based old skool hip hop party band will pump up the volume on New Year’s Eve and bring the house down with their tribute show to the golden era of hip hop featuring all-live music from a 6-piece band accompanied by choreographed “Fly Girl” dancers. It’s a party band – it’s a show – it’s art – it’s madness on stage!

Moline’s very own Smooth Groove will warm the crowd up for Too White Crew. Smooth Groove delivers a nice blend of R&B, soul, funk, latin rock, rap and rock and roll. They cover all of those genres performing hits by the likes of Santana, The Temptations, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Rick James, Prince, ZZ Top and the Doobie Brothers. This hometown band is the perfect act to the get the Quad Cities biggest New Year’s Eve party started!

Retro on the River aims to give back to the community by donating a portion of the Quad Cities’ biggest new year’s eve party proceeds to the Ride With Kelly Foundation. All proceeds from a silent auction at the party will go to RWK Foundation. Winners of the auction will be announced at 10:30pm.
The Ride WithKelly Foundation was founded in January, 2010, by Mark McQuate and family and friends who were impacted by the early death of Kelly McQuate. She was a loving mother of three boys and a step-daughter. After seeing the emotional struggles that her children experienced, it was decided to take a step to help other Quad City children who were experiencing the same traumatic issues. Visit them at – See more at:



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