Philip Bailey | 2054 – The Tour
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2054 – The Tour

2054 – The Tour

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Earth, Wind & Fire + CHIC feat. Nile Rodgers present 2054 – THE TOUR
Two of the most successful and critically-acclaimed bands Earth, Wind & Fire and CHIC ft. Nile Rodgers present 2054 – The Tour, which will travel across 20+ North American cities this summer beginning July 12 in Oakland, CA. The tour, promoted by Live Nation, will take the multi-platinum selling groups through major U.S. cities including New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Boston and Washington, DC before concluding August 22 in Detroit, MI. Amping up the summer fun, 2054 The Tour will feature a special guest DJ and a specialized seating configuration toward the front of the stage where seats will have additional space between them to encourage audiences to dance the night away.

Tickets on sale April 28!

  • Neil Feldmann | May 13, 2017 at 12:02 pm

    I would like to thank Verdine and Phillip for signing my Album Thursday night before the concert at the Peabody in St. Louis on May 11th. I also want to thank the entire group for putting on a show that was non -stop excitement. Great music , high energy and those pipes of Phillips’ were just awesome!

  • Harold W Miller | Jul 8, 2017 at 6:37 pm

    My name is Walt Miller. I’m a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who is well into the autum of my life. I’ve never written to any artists, be they in music or all the other arts. So why am I writing to you? I’m conveying to you that of all the great musicians.i have had the pleasure of listening to, you and the group Earth, Wind and Fire are my favorites. I have listened to you and ETF since the early days when Maurice White was forming the group. Your musical influence has buoyed me through the dzrk periods of my life, especially when I was far from home. As long as I had access to electricity, your music provided my soundscape. From my heart, I wish you and ETF continued success and joy. Wishing you happiness,

    Walt Miller

  • Luana Ravalico | Jul 17, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    Wishing you a wonderful time and strenght for all your concerts from a longtime fan.

  • Ted L. Olson | Jul 24, 2017 at 12:17 am

    Will Phil be performing in Spokane wa. For the September23 concert?

  • Joyce Go | Jul 27, 2017 at 6:12 am

    Best concert ever. Not to be miss. Philip sang Reasons so perfectly. He is the best vocalist of all time. United Center Chicago was packed.

  • Karen Pearson | Aug 8, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    Philip I have been an EW&F fan since I first saw the group my sophomore year at Penn State in 1972 and have seen you many times since then.
    I read your awesome book and am really looking forward to the concert in DC on August 9, 2017.
    Just wanted to let you know that one of your oldest fans will be in attendance in DC!
    Continuing to LOVE your music, Karen

  • Nancy | Aug 15, 2017 at 10:08 pm

    i just saw the Toronto show and am still dancing . Thank you for the music and happiness you have given through out the years

  • Stephanie Satrang | Sep 27, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    Dear Mr. Bailey,

    My name is Stephanie, and I live in Denver. I grew up listening to EWF’s music because my dad, Robert, has been a huge fan ever since 1974 when he was in college and first started listening to your music. My dad was diagnosed with ALS in Spring of 2016. Today, his mobility is limited and his speech is becoming more limited daily. My dad means so much to me. Not only is he losing the ability to do everyday tasks, but he is no longer able to do many of the things that bring him joy (golfing, fishing). Even though his life has changed so much, he continues to fight every day. One of the things he can still do is listen to EWF’s music. He has attended every concert in Denver for as long as I can remember. Due to his limited mobility, he was unable to attend the concert this past July and that was very difficult for him. I have reached out to you specifically because my dad and I have always talked about how you live in Denver. I also am a fifth grade teacher in Denver Public Schools, and know that you are a DPS alum. This Sunday (Oct. 1) is the Colorado Walk for ALS. We have a team participating for my dad, he will be there, but of course will not be walking it. I am wondering if you would be able to come to the walk so that my dad could meet you, I know this is a long shot and I know there is a good chance you will probably not be in town this Sunday but I wanted to ask just in case, because I can’t think of anything that would mean more to my dad and bring him more happiness. Thank you for taking the time to read this.


    Stephanie Satrang

  • Amanda Plant | Jul 24, 2018 at 8:49 pm

    When will you all be performing in Juan Les Pins,France or in the UK next? I have bought tickets twice now for the jazz festival and both times the concert has been cancelled,once in 2016 and just last week this year. I’m absolutely gutted! So wanting to come and see you all.

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