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Funk N LA TicketsFor the first time on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, funk fans came from all over to witness some of the funk all-stars reaching all the way back to the '70s. Basslines thumped as bodies moved and grooved all over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Calif. Each set left the crowd yearning for stronger syncopated beats to set their souls afire and take them back to the old grooves.
Word Up!Make mine the funk! The lineup of artists that took the stage for the Funk N LA concert was as bangin' as the bassline of a Cameo hit. Cameo was formed in the '70s, but the height of its career skyrocketed in the '80s when the hits "Word Up!" and "Candy" were released. Another band known for basslines to get you to sway your hips, move your middle and nod your head is Zapp. Zapp became the band to trademark the use of the talk-box in the late '70s and early '80s. One of Zapp's hottest singles is "More Bounce to the Ounce." The S.O.S. Band came along in the '80s with hits like "Just Be Good to Me." During the concert, the crowd sang along with the S.O.S. band: Baby, we can do it. Take your time. Do it right. The single called "Take Your Time" along with "Tell Me If You Still Care" are the hit singles that launched the band's career in the early '80s. Additional artists that took the stage were The Barkays, The Original Lakeside, The Dazz Band, Cherelle and The Original Mary Jane Girls (Maxi and Cheri). The main attraction was headliner Morris Day and The Time. Where Morris Day goes, signature bird calls, laughter, good times and, most assuredly, women follow. The band was founded in Minneapolis, Minn., in 1981 by the late masterful artist Prince. The first hit for the band was "777-9311." Fans of Morris Day can't read that song title without singing it either in their heads or audibly. "Gigolos Get Lonely Too" and "Jungle Love" shot these Minneapolis natives straight to stardom, and they never came down. Morris Day and The Time have a strong fan base and continue to sell out shows each year. The crowd left smiling and laughing, feeling the vibe of the '70s and '80s and happy they came.
Where can I buy Funk N LA tickets?Filters to control price and seating make StubHub the best place to get your Funk N LA tickets. Flexibility creates one of the most user-friendly platforms for event ticket shopping out there.
Where is Funk N LA playing?A Funk N LA 2020 has yet to be announced, so there is not a definitive location. The show played to a nearly sold-out crowd, though, so the chances of a repeat next year are highly likely.
What can I expect from a Funk N LA show live?Most of the crowd is in the 40-and-over age range. The sharpest of clean dressers showed up at the show in March. As the bass took over, couples were dancing everywhere. You can expect laid-back energy from an audience of music lovers ready to experience a few hours of stepping back in time to when the music made you move.
Who will be performing in the next Funk N LA show?There is no set line-up for the concert for next year. Even though there may be some returning artists, the line-up will not be identical to the 2019 show.
Is the Funk N LA show coming to a city near me?The Funk N LA show is only in Los Angeles, but you may be able to find a concert close to your city where one or more of the artists from the show are performing live.
What other events might fans of Funk N LA enjoy?At StubHub, you can find tickets to funky upcoming concerts in various US cities by artists like WAR, Dumpstafunk and Big Sams Funky Nation and Andrew Duhon. If you're visiting the City of Angels, check out Funk'n Deep After Hours shows at the Avalon and Funk n' Junk Sundays at The Offbeat.
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