The BlueGirls on stage dancing at the Westin Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island.
Arms outstretched, the BlueGirls bring the energy to every performance.
Singer, dancer, surfer, and disc jockey Layla Loxa on stage.
The BlueGirls shoot to thrill.
Guitarist Michael Vangerov and vocalist/keyboardist Nikki Green.
The main entry of the Westin Hotel, the fourth-tallest building in the city.
The Westin Hotel has 564 rooms and is the largest hotel in Providence.
Bottoms up, everyone!
A zombie attempts to eat the brain of band leader and vocalist Scott Stephens.
Scott Stephens involving the audience during the show.
Michael Vangerov involving the audience after the show.
BlueGirls Kristen, Nikki, and Layla pose with statues of the Blues Brothers.
Providence is the capital and the most populous city in Rhode Island.
All BlueGirls are magic and can enter or leave any large painted 2-Dimensional scene.
Inside the painting, everything looks normal, and in turn our reality looks like a painting.
Waterplace Park is an urban park situated along the Woonasquatucket River.
This mosaic of hand-painted tiles contributed by citizens is called the Wall of Hope.
Venice-styled Pedestrian bridges cross the Woonasquatucket river.
The 1970s international-style skyscraper rising in the background is "One Financial Plaza".
Right next door, the Federal Building is a historic post office and courthouse built in 1908.
Providence was one of the original Thirteen Colonies of the United States.
Statues at the central square honor "brave men who died that their country might live".
The Old Stone Bank building was designed in 1854 and features an imposing gold dome.
The Hope College building of Brown University was built in 1822.
Brown University is an Ivy League university. Manning Hall was built in 1834.
Wilson Hall was built through the bequest of George Francis Wilson in 1891
Brown University itself was founded in 1764, in the "English Colony of Rhode Island".
That was before American independence, early in the reign of King George III.
"Peek-a-boo!" says the band's DJ Layla Loxa.
This building completed in 1816 now houses the First Unitarian Church of Providence.
The bell in the tower is the largest cast by Paul Revere and son at their foundry in Canton.
Providence has over one thousand streets, a great number for the city's size.
Providence was one of the first cities to industrialize in the United States.
Significant manufacturing remains, but today its economy has shifted into service industries.
The Rhode Island State House in the background is the seat of state government.
It houses the Rhode Island General Assembly and the offices of the Governor.
Phenomenal pizza, especially the spinach and mushroom pizza with feta cheese.
Bob & Timmy's Grilled Pizza earns its title "the best grilled pizza in Rhode Island".