THE SPINNERS


  • August 16, 2024

    Doors: 7:30 PM / Show: 8:00 PM

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    $44 - $79

  • August 16, 2024

    Doors: 9:45 PM / Show: 10:00 PM

  • August 17, 2024

    Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 7:30 PM

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    $46 - $79

  • August 17, 2024

    Doors: 9:15 PM / Show: 9:30 PM

  • August 18, 2024

    Doors: 6:30 PM / Show: 7:00 PM

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    $42 - $79

  • August 18, 2024

    Doors: 8:45 PM / Show: 9:00 pm

Timeless in a way that few other acts can claim, The Spinners are one of the most iconic and enduring groups in R&B history. With a towering legacy spanning over six decades, The Spinners have never lost their universal appeal, as evidenced most recently by the group’s long-awaited induction into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2023.

The quintet created and came to define the smooth sound of Philadelphia Soul, channeling the highs and lows of romance and heartbreak into a catalog of classic hits, beloved across generations. Throughout the years the Spinners remained perched atop the Pop, R&B, and Adult Contemporary Charts, with smash singles like “I’ll Be Around,” “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love,” “Then Came You,” “The Rubberband Man'' and many more – earning six Grammy nominations, 18 Platinum and Gold Albums, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and selling millions of records worldwide in the process. Their legendary repertoire has earned a permanent place in the American songbook.

Though The Spinners epitomized the lush sound of Philly Soul in the 1970s, they got their start in Detroit at Tri-Phi Records (run by Harvey Fuqua of the Moonglows and his then-wife, Gwen Gordy), which later merged into Motown, in 1961. The Spinners signed with Atlantic Records in 1972, teaming up with producer Thom Bell in Philadelphia where the group blossomed under his production aegis. Having scored iconic hits while at Motown and Philly, they are the progenitors of the “MotownPhilly” soul sound.

The Spinners had another classic hit single, “Working My Way Back To You,” topping the Pop and R&B charts, earning the group its twelfth gold record. The “Love Trippin" album (1980) also included “Cupid,” one of the fastest-selling records in The Spinners’ illustrious career. The follow-up LP, “Labor of Love,” featured such stand-out tunes as “Yesterday Once More,” and “Long Live Soul Music.”

As the group enters its 70th year, they remain an integral part of the cultural zeitgeist. In having made national news in 2023 with a high profile donation of over 400 stage uniforms to the Motown Museum in May as well as an appearance at the Kennedy Center Honors in December, where they took the national stage with Mickey Guyton in tribute to the legendary Dionne Warwick, performing a stellar rendition of their chart-topping duet with Ms. Warwick, “Then Came You.”

A perennial fan favorite, the Spinners continue to perform to sold out crowds at home and abroad while maintaining a loyal coterie of die-hard aficionados. The Spinners have left an indelible impact in the annals of music history, and perhaps most importantly, on the hearts of millions of fans throughout the world.