Ice Cube concert to kick off Soaring Eagle’s fall entertainment lineup


Fans of rap, country, R&B and classic rock music all have something to celebrate with the fall entertainment program at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant.

First, Saturday at 8 p.m., rapper and actor Ice Cube, co-founder of the group NWA. His lyrics for the 1988 album “Straight Outta Compton” helped popularize gangsta rap. He has appeared in around 40 films, including “Boyz in the Hood”, “Three Kings” and the series “Barbershop”.

’80s rock fans will have their turn on October 16 as REO Speedwagon takes the stage. The band’s biggest hits include “Keep on Loving You” and “Take It on the Run,” both from the multi-million-selling album “Hi Infidelity,” which spent 15 weeks at No. 1. The show is listed as “sold out” on the casino site; but go to to be placed on a waitlist.

The Goo Goo Dolls arrive at Soaring Eagle on October 22. The rock group has had a string of Top 10 singles on various charts since the early 1990s and is currently recording their 13th studio album.

The following night, Latin American pop artists Los Kumbia Kings perform. The group merges traditional Mexican music (cumbia) with urban American styles such as hip-hop, funk and R&B.

October ends with the iconic R&B trio Boyz II Men. The four-time Grammy Award winners are the best-selling R&B group of all time, with 64 million albums sold. Their hits include “End of the Road”, “I’ll Make Love to You” and “One Sweet Day”.

Rap superstar Nelly performs at the casino on November 6. The Grammy-winning artist is also an actor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, and his hits include “Hot in Here,” “Dilemma,” “Country Grammar,” and “Ride Wit Me.” Chicago rapper Twista will also be at the show. poster that night. In addition to his own albums and mixtapes, Twista has appeared on albums by Mariah Carey, Pitbull, Lady Gaga, Usher, and Jay-Z, among others,

The focus is on country music on November 12 as Travis Tritt performs, with special guest Aaron Tippin. Tritt’s nearly 30-year career has resulted in No. 1 country songs including “Anymore”, “Best of Intentions” and “Foolish Pride”. Tippin, also a songwriter, made his Nashville nightclub debut in 1990, and the show led to a contract with RCA Records. Her # 1 hits include “Kiss This” and “It’s As Close As I Can Love You”.

A real change of pace is planned for November 13 with “Hunks: The Show”, an “all-male revue” billed as “the perfect girls night”. Interaction with the public is encouraged for this choreographed and energetic show.

The Temptations and The Four Tops, two of Motown’s most popular bands to ever come out, will perform on the same bill on November 27. This Thanksgiving weekend show will likely feature standby Temptations, including “My Girl,” “Get Ready,” and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” as well as Four Tops R & B / pop classics such as “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) “,” Baby I Need Your Loving “and” It’s The Same Old song. “

On December 3, Tennessee native Dustin Lynch will showcase country music talent that has won him numerous awards and over a billion careers in total. He had six No.1 hits and three Top 5 albums.

The holiday season will kick in with summer as the venue hosts the Beach Boys on December 17th with a “Holiday Harmonies” concert presented by co-founder and singer Mike Love. The group has sold 100 million records worldwide since their first chart hit in 1961. They are also expected to perform their iconic hits such as “California Girls”, “I Get Around”, “Help Me Rhonda” and “Surfin ‘USA. “. as a selection of holiday songs.

Another holiday show will be Soaring Eagle’s last concert of 2021. British tenor Jonathan Antoine will perform “ChristmasLand Live!” The album “ChristmasLand”, which will be released on November 19, will feature traditional Christmas carols as well as contemporary holiday classics. Antoine, 26, rose to fame on Britain’s Got Talent TV show in 2012.

In addition, tickets will go on sale Saturday for the New Kids on the Block “Mixtape Tour” next June. This 80s-90s flashback event will also feature Salt-N-Pepa, Rick Astley and En Vogue. The concert will be outdoors at 7 p.m. on June 23.

All of the next 2021 shows will take place in the Soaring Eagle Entertainment Hall and start at 8 p.m.

The schedule

October 9 – Ice cube

October 16 – REO Speedwagon

October 22 – Goo Goo Dolls

October 23 – Los Kumbia Kings

October 30 – Boyz II Men

November 6 – Nelly and Twista

November 12 – Travis Tritt with guest Aaron Tippin

November 13 – Hunks: the show

November 27 – The Temptations and the Four Summits

December 3 – Dustin Lynch

December 17 – Les Beach Boys – Holiday Harmonies

December 18 – Jonathan Antoine – ChristmasLand Live!


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