R&B stars behind “Don’t Take it Personal” and “Why I Love You” take the stage alongside comedians in honor of Mother’s Day weekend
What You'll Get
- Seating: main floor
- Click here to view the seating chart
- Lineup subject to change
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Mother’s Day Love and Laughter Festival
- Monica: “Miss Thang” became the youngest artist to ever have consecutive No. 1 singles with “Don’t Take it Personal (Just One of Dem Days)” and “Before You Walk Out of My Life,” and spent 13 weeks at the top tugging with Brandy on “The Boy Is Mine.” Her most recent album, 2015’s Code Red, features guest contributions from Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj.
- K. Michelle: The star of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and the spinoff K. Michelle: My Life first made waves with the Missy Elliott duet “Fakin’ It.” Her latest hit album, 2017’s Kimberly: The People I Used to Know, showcases her powerhouse tenor and heart-rendering songwriting skills.
- MAJOR.: This R&B singer has gained praise from legendary artists like Stevie Wonder for his romantic ballad “Why I Love You” and is fresh off the release of his debut album Even More.
- Luenell: This brassy standup veteran was one of the baddest of Snoop Dogg’s Bad Girls of Comedy and has stolen scenes in Borat, Think Like a Man, and Californication.
- Red Grant: This Shaq’s All Star Comedy Jam star started his career on Def Comedy Jam and continues to draws laughs with an affable style and original perspective.
The Fine Print
About Arie Crown Theater
The Arie Crown Theater—named after Lithuanian-native business tycoon, Arie Crown, and Theater, his loyal shar pei—has been a Chicago staple since 1960. Although its home at McCormick Place caught fire in 1967, somehow the theater was spared. It emerged from the smoke to welcome the biggest names in entertainment to its stage, acts including the Rolling Stones, the Temptations, the Bolshoi Ballet, and Jerry Seinfeld as well as stagings of Hello Dolly with Carol Channing and The King and I with Yul Brenner.