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Jul 25

Thu

07:30pm

Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

Wantagh, NY

An Evening of Icons: The Commodores with Pointer Sisters and The Spinners

From $31.10

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Jul 26

Fri

07:30pm

The Theater at MGM National Harbor

Oxon Hill, MD

Commodores with The Pointer Sisters and The Spinners

From $38.22

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Aug 03

Sat

07:00pm

The Clarksburg Amphitheater

Clarksburg, WV

The Commodores

From $453.54

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Aug 24

Sat

08:00pm

Wind Creek Event Center

Bethlehem, PA

The Commodores

From $73.68

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Sep 20

Fri

07:30pm

Red Hat Amphitheater

Raleigh, NC

Commodores with The Pointer Sisters and El DeBarge

From $29.93

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Sep 21

Sat

07:30pm

PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte

Charlotte, NC

An Evening of Icons: The Commodores with Pointer Sisters, and Ek DeBarge

From $86.96

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Oct 03

Thu

07:30pm

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Tuscaloosa, AL

Commodores with The Pointer Sisters and The Spinners

From $37.24

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Oct 05

Sat

07:30pm

Choctaw Grand Theater Durant

Durant, OK

Commodores with The Pointer Sisters, The Spinners and El DeBarge

From $69.18

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Nov 15

Fri

07:30pm

Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood - Complex

Hollywood, CA

Commodores with Pointer Sisters and The Spinners - An Evening of Icons

From $132.71

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Nov 16

Sat

08:00pm

Van Wezel Performing Arts Center

Sarasota, FL

The Commodores

From $88.14

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Nov 22

Fri

08:00pm

Blue Gate Performing Arts Center

Shipshewana, IN

Commodores

From $110.19

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Genre: R&B / Soul / Pop Music / Funk

Top Tracks: Three Times a Day, Sail On, Brick House

Top Albums: Machine Gun, Hot on the Tracks, Machine Gun

The Commodores

 

An American band popular for mixing pop, R&B, funk, and soul, the Commodores started music in 1968 at Tuskegee University, Alabama. Though the band now has a different set of talents, it originally had Lionel Richie alongside Thomas McClary, William King, Walter Orange, Ronald LaPread, and Milan Williams as [key] band members. 

The group recorded briefly with Atlantic Records. Afterward, precisely in the early 1970s, they tasted success for the first time upon signing with Motown Records. Mind you, Motown is one of the most prominent music labels of the time, founded by none other than Berry Gordy.  

This connection opened doors for them to go on tour with the famous The Jackson 5, providing them notable visibility with a broader audience. Their self-titled debut record came out in 1974, and it featured the instrumental smash song "Machine Gun.” With over 500,000 copies sold, it became their first gold record. It was also a regular feature at American sporting events, and it was heard in many films.

This song showed their funk heritage and laid the foundation for their success in the future. They proved their versatility as they continued to compose music by mixing lively funk tunes with calm ballads. They were able to appeal to a wider audience because of this balance.

Their rise to fame came with the hit single "Brick House," a funky hit that became a party anthem and remains a classic. After this achievement, they released a series of hits that showcased their ability to produce energetic funk songs in addition to soulful ballads.

Lionel Richie and Walter Orange alternated as the band's lead singers. Tracks such as "Easy," "Three Times a Lady," and "Sail On" demonstrated Lionel Richie's musical skills and aided the band's rise through the ranks.

Even after Lionel Richie left in 1982 to pursue an active solo career, the commodores proved to be resilient; they kept producing and performing music. The Commodores have won several awards, signifying their influence and achievements in the music industry. One of such notable achievements is winning a Grammy Award.

They won the 1986 Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for their popular hit "Nightshift." This song also reached the top of the Billboard R&B charts. In 1995, they were enlisted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, and in 2003, they were enlisted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.

The current members of the band are William King, Walter Orange, and J.D Nicholas. The Commodores are not an ordinary group; they are resilient. Just like their popular track "Brick House," the Commodores have established an unbreakable foundation.

The Commodores Tours and Concerts 2024

The Commodores are set to thrill their fans and other guests on tour across two countries and city venues. Sales of tickets are currently ongoing and it is best to buy it now to avoid selling out.

Even if tickets get sold out, there is no cause to worry; you can get the cheapest tickets on TicketX. To get updates on how to get the cheapest and best tickets, you need to frequently keep tabs on the site.

They have mouth-watering offers that you can’t find on other ticket-selling sites like SeatGeek and TicketMaster, like a constant 20% discount rate on all sales regardless of the venue, ticket price, or type. There is also a wide range of payment options.

The Commodores Tour Dates and Locations

The Commodores has been touring for several years, and they have released the dates and venues for their 2024 tour, which include:

  • May 16th – Prairie Band Hotel and Casino, Manyatta, Kansas

  • June 7th – Mark G Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey (Tour with Patti Labelle)

  • June 8th – Agua Caliente Resort, Casino Spa, Rancho Mirage, California

  • June 14th – MSU Riley Center, Meridian, Mississippi

  • June 19th – Fox Theater Detroit, Michigan

  • July 4th – The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park, San Diego, California

  • July 5th – Cache Valley Cruise, Logan, Utah

  • July 8th – Stanislaus County Fair, Turlock, California

  • July 11th – Credit Union 1, Amphitheater, Tinley Park, Illinois (Tour with The Pointer Sisters and The Spinners)

  • July 20th - The Zoo Amphitheater, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

  • July 25th – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, New York (An Evening of Icons)

Detailed information on other tour dates, locations, and how to get tickets are available on TicketX.

The Commodores Tour Setlist

The band does not have a specific list of songs they perform at tours and concerts. They perform their best, top-ranked songs.

  • Brick House

  • I Feel Sanctified

  • Sweet Love

  • Three Times A Lady

  • Machine Gun

  • Just to Be Close to You

  • Still

  • Nightshift

How Much Are the Commodores Tickets

The cheapest tickets to The Commodores concerts and tours are available on TicketX, and prices start from $29.93 at Red Hat Amphitheater on Sep 20. However, prices of tickets vary according to the date and venue of interest.

How to Find the Cheapest The Commodores Tickets

The Commodores will be on tour with other singers like The Spinners, The Pointer Sisters, and Ek DeBarge. They will also be touring at the Fool in Love Festival where with The O’Jays and several artists.

Fans and lovers of these artists will be in haste to get tickets. TicketX is a genuine platform where you can find the cheapest tickets to any concerts or shows starting from low prices like $29.93 at Red Hat Amphitheater on Sep 20. With a single click, you can buy tickets without stress.

There is also TicketX Magazine, where you can get interesting news and learn tips on how to secure the most affordable tickets.

 


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