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Jingle Ball

Jingle Ball

Jingle Ball

Jingle Ball is an annual holiday concert put on by Star 100.7 to help support Becky's House - a transitional home for victims of domestic violence. The very first Jingle Ball event took place at Downtown's 4th and B in 1996. Each subsequent year, Jingle Ball has become bigger and better – moving to SDSU's Cox Arena in 1998. Jingle Ball 2004 will encompass activities throughout the Cox Arena concourse. Check out the list of artists from previous Jingle Ball shows. Click on the artists' name to view pictures of their performances.

Z100's Jingle Ball was December 10th at MSG.
With Performances By:
Destiny's Child, Hilary Duff. Ashlee Simpson, Ryan Cabrera, Maroon 5 (special acoustic performance), Good Charlotte, Vanessa Carlton, Switchfoot, Kelly Clarkson, JoJo, & Radio Star winner Natalie Loftin and Gwen Stefani!

Friday night The Pond of Anaheim was the home for the KIIS Jingle Ball concert. Who better to review the evening than three members of the target audience - my daughter Alexandra and her two 16-year-old friends, Amanda and Jennifer.

Alexandra Barrett: "KIIS' Jingle Ball was amazing! This was my first year to see the concert, but I had a great time. The Pond was crowded, but everyone seemed to be very excited to see the show; the atmosphere was exhilarating.


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Jingle Ball

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The performers were all top hits, including Ashlee Simpson, Maroon 5, JoJo, Christina Milian, Avril Lavigne, Alicia Keys, Snoop Dogg, and Stevie Wonder. A special guest was also to be introduced toward the end, and everyone was guessing who it could be. Every performer on the list seemed to be a favorite of my friends and me. JoJo, as the first artist to perform, started the show with a bang, and Christina Milian went onstage next, turning up the heat with her dance moves. In the break between each artist's performance, clips were played of holiday movies and shows, and of funny versions of well known Christmas stories that involved the artists.

Friday's surprise guest stole the night during KIIS-FM's annual Jingle Ball holiday concert at Anaheim's Pond. Of course, it wasn't that much of a surprise; before she took the stage, a good part of the audience was already chanting her name: "Gwen, Gwen!"

No Doubt's Gwen Stefani beamed and bounced in a show of true star power with her happily manic hit, "What You Waiting For." She also worked in a bit of "Rich Girl," a ragamuffin hip-hop tune off her new solo album, "Love.Angel.Music.Baby." Next, eight drum majors joined her to pound in time for the sassy "Hollaback Girl." And the Orange County heroine did it all in about 10 minutes.

That exuberant appearance made a set from Snoop Dogg that followed seem all the more bankrupt. Despite a cameo from Pharrell for their No. 1 duet, "Drop It Like It's Hot," his slinky numbers strewn with the f-word and n-word were pure pandering for the crowd. Parents with younger kids in tow could be seen exiting fast, looking disturbed, as though the generally squeaky-clean radio station had betrayed their trust.

In contrast, Avril Lavigne gave a taste of why she's now able to fill an arena on her own. With a pouting face and long, golden hair, the young Canadian rocker looked like the kid sister of Nicole Kidman. She confidently charged through songs like "My Happy Ending" and the cheeky "Sk8ter Boi" and even tapped into some teen girl empowerment with "Don't Tell Me."


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