Britney Spears Brings ‘Femme Fatale’ To San Francisco

Robbie Daw | March 28, 2011 7:25 am

Britney’s short three-song assault to promote new album Femme Fatale (out tomorrow) wasn’t simply limited to Rain nightclub in Las Vegas—yesterday she swooped into San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for a gig that was taped for tomorrow’s episode of Good Morning America. Like her appearance at Rain, Brit twirled through her #1 hit “Hold It Against Me,” album track “Big Fat Bass” and current single “Till The World Ends.” Watch fan vids of the performances below.

The San Francisco Chronicle notes that the mini concert, originally scheduled to be performed outside, had to be moved indoors because of weather conditions. (The naughty paper even jibed, “The producers probably knew better than to risk letting Spears near another umbrella.”) Over 6,000 attendees lined up to see Brit on stage yesterday.

“Hold It Against Me”

“Big Fat Bass”

“Till The World Ends”

After performing, Britney tweeted, “Leaving the Castro District. I wanted to see more but I could barely get out the car!!! I love you all SO much.” She then added, “PS – Even my dad had a great time,” and included the following pic of proud pop Jamie Spears posing with two drag queens.

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