SGD and Jason DeRulo!

Stars Go Dim is excited to perform alongside Jason DeRulo and We The Kings for the KHITS Kiss (bleep) Summer Splash taking place June 10 at Big Splash in Tulsa, OK. This is an all ages show. Tickets are only $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Jason DeRulo’s first single “Whatcha Say” sold over 5 million digital downloads and reached #1 in the US. His second single “In My Head” reached #5. KHITS previously invited Stars Go Dim to be apart of their Jingle Ball in December 2009 with Justin Bieber. More information and tickets on www.khits.com. If you are from the Tulsa, OK area please request Stars Go Dim to be played on KHITS 106.9. Now the only question is can Stars Go Dim out dance Jason ReDulo?


Help SGD tour with Hanson!


Our fellow Tulsan’s, the Hanson brothers, will be heading out with Rooney this summer on the Shout It Out Tour and they are letting YOU pick the opening band for each city. Stars Go Dim is only eligible to enter for the August 25 Tulsa, OK date. The contest started today June 1 at 12:00am ET and goes until June 30 12:01am ET. The Top 20 finalist will then go to the judges for Grand Prize winner selection. The contest is taking place on www.ourstage.com. Honestly its a little involved. We hope some of you will please take the time to help us rock this. Step by step directions are below:

1. Log into www.ourstage.com (or create a new fan account, you can even use your FB account to log in)

2. Once logged in, click JUDGE on top menu, click the “Shout It Out With Hanson” channel.

3. Judging: You’ll have songs come up, you have to listen only to 15 secs of each, then judge. When “Get Over It” by Stars Go Dim comes up, please choose “best by far” and give it 3 thumbs up. The song will come up several times against other songs. Keep voting “best by far”. Once you listen to 15 secs of each song, you don’t have to listen to the same song again, unless you want to. You can make your judgment without listening again. You do have to judge each song.

4. Make “Get Over It” by Stars Go Dim your favorite song and leave a comment under the song.

Thank you so much for taking time out to do this! Please continue until June 30th and get as many of your friends involved. Then if we win come see us August 25 open for Rooney and Hanson at the Cain’s Ballroom!



Upcoming Shows

June 10 l Tulsa, OK l KHITS Summer Splash w/Jason DeRulo and We The Kings.

June 11 | Camdenton, MO l Crossover Festival

June 12 | Stillwater, OK l Eskimo Joe’s

June 17 l Oklahoma City, OK l OK 43 Rise and Shine Show

June 18 l Dallas, TX l Children’s Medical Center

June 18 | Dallas, TX l House of Blues w/Nelo

June 19 | Oklahoma City, OK l Frontier City

June 25 | Dallas, TX l Trees w/Sleeperstar

June 26 l Jacksonville, AR l Jamfest

More dates and information on www.starsgodim.com!

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