The Fight to Unite Tour is a trek make up of an eclectic group of musicians including Blood on the Dance Floor, Brokencyde, Deuce, Polkadot Cadaver, William Control, The Bunny The Bear and New Years Day. The stacked lineup rocked Gramercy Theater in New York City Tuesday night (April 24) in front of a crowd of rowdy, hormonal 16-year-olds.

Blood on the Dance Floor may be an acquired taste but they headlined this massive event and got screaming fans dancing around. They even invited some of their diehard fans onstage to serenade before they played 'Bewitched.’ Fan favorite tracks like ‘Sexting’ and ‘S My D’ fueled their setlist.

Deuce took command of the stage on the same day his debut album ‘Nine Lives’ dropped. He got fans bouncing to tunes from his new disc from ‘I Came to Party’ and ‘Nobody Likes Me’ to his singles ‘Let’s Get It Crackin’ and ‘America.’ Deuce proved that he is making it his own way and judging by the positive response, the fans seem to be on board.

New Mexican crunkcore group Brokencyde took the stage in addition to rockers Polkadot Cadaver who got the first mosh pits of the night going.

Other artists sharing the stage were electronic dance machine William Control, the very fun masked miscreants The Bunny The Bear and rock band New Years Day, who’s frontwoman rocked out even with a dislocated knee.

To catch all of these artists on The Fight to Unite Tour, go here to see a full list of cities and dates.

Check Out Photos of The Fight to Unite Tour Performing at Gramercy Theater