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Show | 8PM
Doors | One Hour Prior
General Admission ticket allows holder to sit in any bleacher seat.
All sales are final. Must be 21 and over to attend. No outside drinks allowed. Bags and purses may be subject to search prior to entry.
The Commodores are one of the most iconic funk and soul bands to ever bust a groove, riding the rhythm section since 1968 and remaining musical innovators to this day. In concert, Walter Orange, William “WAK” King and J.D. Nicholas take audiences on a tour through the roots of funky soul. "Machine Gun," a grooving instrumental from their debut album, feels as fresh today as the day the tracks were laid down. Orange’s instantly recognizable voice reminds everyone that she's a "Brick House," one of the band's most recognizable hit singles.
The Commodores first met at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Four years later, they were signed to Motown Records after opening on tour for the Jackson 5. They focused on their own unique brand of Southern funk, rising to the top with chart-toppers including “Slippery When Wet” and “Just to Be Close to You.” Now, backed by their five-piece band, The Mean Machine, The Commodores share their unique vocal stylings through even more of their number one hits, including “Three Times a Lady” and “Still,” two more of their seven songs that have topped the US R&B charts. “Nightshift” also garnered the band a Grammy award. From a performing point of view, Orange, King and Nicholas simply can’t be slowed down. They know they have soul. They were 2003 inductees in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, and have earned an American Music Award. More than anything, however, The Commodores leave it all on stage every time they play, because they know that they are able to write their own ticket through their music.
The Spinners are one of the most iconic and enduring groups in R&B history. With a towering legacy spanning over six decades, The Spinners have never lost their universal appeal.
The group created and came to define the smooth sound of Philadelphia Soul, with smash singles like, "I'll Be Around," "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love," "Then Came You," "The Rubberband Man,'' "Working My Way Back To You", and many more- earning Six Grammy nominations, 18 Platinum and Gold Albums, a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and selling millions of records worldwide in the process.
Four decades later The Spinners have not skipped a single beat and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2023. A fan favorite drawing large crowds to sold out performances both at home and abroad, The Spinners have left an indelible impact, not only on music history- but on the hearts of millions of fans throughout the world.
Skybox Seating: $1500
Birds eye view
Semi private restrooms
Includes appetizers, water & soft drinks
Exclusive Sky Bar for Sky Box attendees only (price does not include alcoholic beverages)
Passes and tickets will be available for pick up at Will Call in the Hotel Lobby