- $15 for one early-discount G-Pass ticket for general-admission lawn (up to $28.25 value) [Limited tickets available at this special price]
- $20 for one G-Pass ticket for general admission lawn (up to $28.25 value)
- $25 for one G-Pass ticket for seating in the 300 level (up to $35.25 value)
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Kool & the Gang’s Keepin’ The Funk Alive Tour
- Kool & the Gang: singer, songwriter, bass-master, and funky patriarch Robert “Kool” Bell and his horn-swiveling soul syndicate that funked up the charts in the ’70s with “Funky Stuff” and the Pulp Fiction favorite, “Jungle Boogie,” brought R&B to the masses in the ’80s with “Celebration,” and still has tailfeathers shaking in the 21st century
- Bootsy Collins: Sent from Planet Funk to save Earth from stagnant hips, the legendary bassist of James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic invented the grooves heard in Brown’s “Super Bad” and Parliament’s “Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker).” Armed with his star-shaped “space bass,” he also performs otherworldly numbers of his own such as “Stretchin’ Out.”
- Morris Day and The Time: When he was a high-schooler in Minneapolis, Morris Day formed a band with Prince and André Cymone, with his mom serving as the manager. Later, he went on to lead The Time, star in Prince’s Purple Rain, and get crowds moving to funk-pop hits including “Jungle Love” and “The Bird.”
- Doug E. Fresh: Pioneer of beatboxing who filled his resume by originating the club chant “Heyyyyyyy, YO!…I-iiiiight” in the hit “I-ight”
Jiffy Lube Live
7800 Cellar Door Dr.
Bristow, VA 20136