Santana & Earth, Wind and Fire Tickets
Concord Pavilion | Concord, California
Ten-time Grammy and three-time Latin Grammy Award winning Santana Join forces with Nine-time Grammy Award winning Earth, Wind and Fire! Together they bring you The Miraculous Supernatural 2020 Tour at Concord Pavilion in Concord, California on Wednesday June 24th 2020. This Tour will mark the first time that these two powerhouses will share the stage in the U.S. Santana will be playing songs from both his Supernatural and Woodstock eras, as well as newer tracks from his 2019 full-length album Africa Speaks. EWF’s music catalogue of singles and albums have tallied hundreds of millions of streams and sales worldwide and forever changed the history of music.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Santana are lead singer and guitarist Carlos Santana, bassist Benny Rietveld, percussionist Karl Perazzo, Singer Andy Vargas, rythim guitarist and singer Tommy Anthony, David K. Mathews on keyboards, percussionist Paoli Mejías, drummer Cindy Blackman Santana and singer Ray Greene. 2019 saw Santana celebrate the 20th anniversary of thier revolutionary, multiple Grammy Award-wining album Supernatural, along with the 50th anniversary of his Woodstock performance.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Earth, Wind and Fire are main members singer Philip Bailey, bass guitarist and singer Verdine White and singer and percussionist Ralph Johnson with B. David Whitworth on percussion, Myron McKinley on keyboards, John Paris on drums, Philip Bailey, Jr. on percussion, Morris O'Connor on lead guitar and Serg Dimitrijevic on rhythm guitar. Philip Bailey, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson continue the legacy of the band with career achievements that include nine Grammys, one being a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award! Earth, Wind and Fire become the first African American R&B group to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor. Earth, Wind & Fire is one of music’s most celebrated musical forces in history with an iconic music catalogue that has been the soundtrack of millions of lives around the world.