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Why see Chicago - The Band & Earth, Wind & Fire?

heart and soul 2024 tour

Between them, they have more smash hit singles, certified platinum records, and industry awards than you can shake a stick at. Rock'n'roll fusion legends Chicago join forces with R&B and funk juggernauts Earth, Wind and Fire to co-headline the 2024 'Heart & Soul'. Don't miss your chance to watch these powerhouses come together on stage for an explosive night!

Described as "rock'n'roll with horns", Chicago topped the charts throughout the 70's and 80's with their jazz-tinged soft rock balladry, spawning the memorable singles 'If You Leave Me Now' and 'Hard to Say I'm Sorry'. Earth, Wind and Fire, known for their dynamic and outrageously tight horn sound, birthed their smooth psychedelic-tinged soul in the same era and have been riding the waves of success ever since.

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Jul 24


Customer reviews

1 reviews, average rating: (4.0 Stars)


Winning performance.

A warm summers evening in Toronto and two iconic bands driving hit after hit, I can't envision a better setting . Both bands were at the top of their game but if I were forced to bet on a winner in this non-contest my money would fall on EW&F. Perfect vocals and original track sound quality resonated amid the packed house. I was not alone in my assessment there were about 25000 others in attendance who will attest that they owned the stage. Perfection is not a word to be thrown about but I have to say they were perfect. End of story. Chicago came ready to perform but in the absence of recognized vocals I felt they missed. The band performed flawlessly, again with production quality sound and presence . Having to follow up behind perfect production and vocal magic left me wondering when they would get going. PETER WHERE ARE YOU? All in all a great show and I should be counted in as one of the lucky ones. Thanks to both great bands for a fine summer memory. Cheers! ... Read more


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