- One G-Pass ticket to Mother’s Day Explosion 70’s Soul Sounds
- When: Sunday, May 10, at 6 p.m.
- Where: Show Place Arena
- Door time: 5 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- $35 for section 101–106 or 128–132 of the bowl (up to $57.60 value)
- $42 for sections 107–108 or 126–127 of the bowl (up to $68.05 value)
- $49 for sections 3 or 4 of the floor (up to $78.25 value)
- $79 for the VIP Paddock Room with buffet and cash bar (up to $104.05 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
Mother’s Day Explosion 70’s Soul Sounds
- Jeffrey Osborne: Best known for his hit “On the Wings of Love,” this R&B crooner got his start in the late 1960s as the drummer and eventual lead vocalist of funk-laced soul band L.T.D. He then branched out into a solo career that yielded the hits “Close the Door” and “We’re Going All The Way.”
- Enchantment: The Detroit group behind “Gloria, “Sunshine,” and “It’s You That I Need.”
- The Intruders: Golden-voiced and dressed to kill, this influential group helped to define “The Sound of Philadelphia” by fusing doo-wop, gospel, and funky horns into hits such as “(We’ll Be) United,” “(Love Is Like A) Baseball Game,” and the crossover classic “Cowboys to Girls.”
- The Persuaders: The Persuaders, who got together in 1969 in New York, are best known for the gold hit single “Thin Line Between Love and Hate.”