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Lionel Richie and Earth Wind and Fire at Schottenstein Center

Why see Lionel Richie and Earth Wind and Fire?

sing a song all night long tour

Get ready to head to 'Boogie Wonderland' and dance 'All Night Long'! A pop music veteran that needs no introduction, Lionel Richie has been a musical force to be reckoned with for over five decades and now he has joined forces with the legendary, Grammy award-winners, Earth, Wind and Fire on the 'Sing A Song All Night Long' tour!

To date, Richie has garnered an Oscar, five Grammys, and 16 American Music Awards, which is unsurprising considering he's sold over 100 million albums internationally. As such, this icon knows what he's doing when it comes to giving a live show. 

Earth, Wind and Fire have six Grammys and four American Music Awards under their belt. They have been rightfully placed into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, Vocal Group Hall of Fame and NAACP Image Award Hall of Fame and have sold over 90 million records worldwide. The band's energy, skill, and enthusiasm continue to be infectious and will get you on your feet clapping and singing along all night.

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Finished Jun 13


Customer reviews

30 reviews, average rating: (4.1 Stars)

Kimberly Bryan


The show was amazing and I wish I could have had a meet and greet. These musicians had such a positive impact on our lives and I witnessed last night. I wished he would have played the video of Kenny Rogers talking about Lionel writing Lady and maybe even performed it. I would have cried. ... Read more



I have only been to 2 concerts in my life before this one.... Earth Wind & Fire were amazing. We never sat down and never stopped dancing. I'm 59 and my hair was wet from dancing the whole time. I didn't care. I've never had more fun in my life. That was over an hour. Then Lionel came on and sang over an hour. He was so perfect. This was the best time of my life and no other concert will ever compare so I'm not even gonna try. ❤ ... Read more

David Kendig

Terrible sound crew

Earth wind and Fire was just okay. They almostv seemed lost, milling around the stage with no rhyme or reason. Lionel Richie was the show, the whole show, and I went to see EW&F. He was energetic and his voice was amazingly strong. The most disappoint aspect of the evening was the horrible sound crew. They were either deaf or just incompetent. You know it's bad when the sound is better in the restroom. This wasn't the acoustics of the venue. This was the crew. ... Read more


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