An Evening with Earth, Wind & Fire
King Center for the Performing Arts presents…
Join us for an incredible evening as we celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the King Center. Featuring a private concert by the legendary Earth, Wind & Fire, this fundraising event benefits the King Center Endowment.
Earth, Wind & Fire, an iconic musical ensemble, emerged in the 1970s as a groundbreaking force in the realm of pop, redefining genres and uniting diverse musical influences. Founded and guided by the visionary Maurice White, the band seamlessly fused African and African-American styles, such as jazz and R&B, resulting in a sound that resonated across a broad spectrum of listeners. Their music served as a bridge between cultural divides, embodying the era’s spiritual and multicultural essence. Blending high-caliber musicianship, cross-genre eclecticism, and messages of universal love, Earth, Wind & Fire propelled themselves into the spotlight, with hits like “Shining Star” and “September” becoming anthems of the era. With a legendary career spanning over 5 decades, and a music catalog of over 30 albums and numerous hits, Earth, Wind & Fire and their incredible horn section are still making audiences all over the globe groove and boogie.