This vibrant and energetic phenomenon brings show-style marching bands from the college football field to the Center’s stage. These percussion-driven performances captured the attention of millions with the hit movie “Drumline,” and now this live show, based on the halftime tradition at historically black colleges and universities, is packing in audiences across the country. “Explosive percussion, resounding brass and dazzling choreography,” declares The Morning Call. The extraordinary musicians and dancers perform contemporary hip hop and R&B hits, classic Motown tunes and the rousing music of popular brass-based bands like Earth, Wind and Fire. But the heart of the show is unquestionably the talented percussionists whose spectacular showdown astounds with its precision and force. Their rhythmic sounds, phenomenal choreography and incredible athleticism amaze audiences of all ages.
Sunday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $46, $38, $23
Family Friendly: youth through grade 12 half price when accompanied by an adult.