- $49 for one G-Pass for sections 207–225, rows 1–13 (up to $83 value)
- $79 for one G-Pass for seating in sections 114–118 (up to $106.95 value)
- $99 for one G-Pass for seating in section 12, 13, 19, or 20 (up to $127.40 value)
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Mother’s Day Good Music Fest
- Fest Details: Celebrate this Mother’s Day with some feel good music when R&B superstars Tyrese, Anthony Hamilton, Brandy and KEM hit the stage live.
- Tyrese: His alluringly confident poise and chiseled good looks have won him leading roles in the Transformers and The Fast and the Furious series, but it’s Tyrese’s silky voice that really steals the spotlight. The R&B titan moves effortlessly from courtly declarations of love to steamy avowals of passion that weaken knees and smooth out wrinkled hearts, diving into career highlights and new music from 2015’s Black Rose.
- Kem: With a sound that’s pure Motown mixed with slinky jazz and neo-soul, Kem scored a Grammy nomination for “Why Would You Stay” and the Billboard Music Award for the slow jam, “I Can’t Stop Loving You.”
- 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.
- Brandy: This vocal powerhouse broke onto the scene with her quadruple-platinum self-titled release, racked up a Grammy and seven Billboard awards, and saw her most recent release, Two Eleven, top the charts again. Between music ventures, she can be seen acting everywhere from Broadway’s 2015 production of Chicago to BET’s The Game.