- $49 for one ticket for upper-section seating (up to $74.15 value)
- $59 for one ticket for middle-section seating (up to $84.14 value)
- $69 for one ticket for floor or lower-section seating (up to $104.40 value)
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30th Anniversary R&B Groove
- Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds: Famous for ubiquitous ballads such as “I Swear,” Edmonds’ sweet tone and songcraft have netted him 10 Grammys, 26 #1 hits, and a nonstop career writing and producing for the likes of Beyonce, Mariah Carey, and Madonna. Live, expect a set of fan favorites and new tracks from his latest collaboration with Toni Braxton, Love, Marriage & Divorce.
- Anthony Hamilton: The Grammy-winning soul singer initially gained fame through his guest spots on several Nappy Roots songs, and has since carved out a wildly successful solo career—his duet with Jill Scott, “So In Love,” topped Billboard’s Urban Adult Contemporary chart for 18 weeks.
- Ginuwine: With a voice as soft and smooth as a waxed mink, this singer/actor/writer/dancer exploded onto the scene with the Timbaland-produced jam “Pony” in 1996, then reigned over the charts with “Differences” and “What Could Have Been.” Lately, “Pony” was featured in Magic Mike and Ginuwine became the “G” of TGT—the new soul supergroup with Tyrese and Tank.
- Dru Hill: Since 1992, this group has burned up airways and headphones with sultry hits including “Never Make a Promise,” “In My Bed,” and “How Deep Is Your Love.” Today, founder Nokio, lead singer Sisqó, and original member Jazz take the stage with recent addition Tao, thus rounding out the ensemble’s lush harmonies and carpool-lane privileges.
- 112: Georgia R&B quartet best known for their Grammy-winning background vocals on P. Diddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You,” as well as the hits “Only You,” “Anywhere,” and “Peaches & Cream”
- Tom Joyner: The host of the evening obviously knows how to talk to people—his self-titled morning show reaches nearly 8 million listeners across the country, and his million-plus Facebook followers eagerly follow his adventures. But it isn’t all about entertainment for Joyner. Since 1999, his charity, the Tom Joyner Foundation, has raised over $60 million to help young people attend historically black colleges and universities.