Stevie Wonder will play Las Vegas and Atlantic City this summer with “The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love & Music,” a limited engagement concert series.
Wonder will perform “The Song Party” in four cities: Las Vegas, Atlantic City, National Harbor, Md., and Springfield, Mass., in an immersive, participatory experience.
|The Stevie Wonder Song Party Dates & Venues:|
|August 3, 4, 8, 10, 11||Las Vegas, NV||Park Theater at Park MGM|
|August 25, 26||Atlantic City, NJ||The Event Center at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa|
|August 29, 30||National Harbor, MD||The Theater at MGM National Harbor|
|September 1||Springfield, MA||MassMutual Center at MGM Springfield|
Tickets start at $69, plus applicable fees, and will go on sale to the general public Monday, May 21 at 10 a.m. PT at ticketmaster.com. American Express Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Wednesday, May 16 at 10 a.m. PT. All pre-sales will end Sunday, May 20 at 10 p.m. PT.
Wonder is one of the most celebrated and prominent figures in popular music who, at the age of 12, was the youngest recording artist to have achieved a #1 single with “Fingertips, Part 2.”
To date, he has amassed 49 Top Forty singles, 32 No. 1 singles and worldwide sales of over 100 million units. Stevie has won 25 Grammy Awards, the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award.
As an activist, Wonder also spearheaded the realization of “Martin Luther King Day” as a national holiday. His participation in the “We Are The World” fundraiser for hunger in Africa was a music industry milestone while his involvement to put an end to apartheid in South Africa is legendary. He is the youngest recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, and is a Commander of France’s National Order of Arts and Letters.
Wonder was awarded the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize for Popular Song and performed his commission, “Sketches Of A Life,” which placed him in a very select group of eminent composers who have received library commissions, including Aaron Copeland, Leonard Bernstein and Paquito D’Rivera.
Wonder has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and he is a designated U.N. Messenger of Peace with special focus on persons with disabilities. He continues to be a pivotal influence in U.S. and world events, demonstrating the activism that has made him such a vital voice for social progress and world harmony.