KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND
Find those bell bottoms and strap on your boogie shoes, because when these “Kings of Disco” hit the stage, we’re getting down tonight. Named for the band leader’s home state of sunny Florida, KC and The Sunshine Band has been getting people up and dancing for 43+ years. Their eponymous 1975 album, containing dance-party-inducing #1 hits “Get Down Tonight,” “That’s The Way (I Like It)” and “Rock Your Baby,” went triple platinum and scored KC an American Music Award for Best R&B Artist. In 1977, John Travolta got his groove on to their single “Boogie Shoes” in the movie Saturday Night Fever, furthering KC’s role as the “Founder of the Dance Revolution.” And in 2002, Sunshine Band founder Harry Wayne Casey cemented his role in show business with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Whether you saw them live in the 70s or have just heard their upbeat, optimistic songs countless times on the radio and TV, this is a feel-good show you don’t want to miss.