Thomas Mc Clary, Co Founder Of The Commodores Free Concert

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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts says
Show date: Saturday, May 9, 2015
Show time: 4:00 PM
Seneff Arts Plaza

FREE SHOW on Seneff Arts Plaza.
You do not need tickets for this show.

"Brick House" | "Easy" | "Too Hot Ta Trot" | "Slippery When Wet"

See the man who started the band that started it all, with unparalleled energy you won’t forget. Thomas McClary and his band, which has sold out audiences everywhere, creating a ground swell of excitement that’s contagious.

As an irresistible force of social and cultural change, this Motown icon made his mark not just on the music industry — but society at large. Thomas McClary was part of a musical group, the Commodores, that was both authentic and groundbreaking and created a sound that the world had never heard before – one that was real, raw, and unbelievable. This was a sound that captured America and resonated around the world.

Join us for an afternoon of incredible music, cool people, and good times. This will be yet another great concert in the Florida Blue Free Concert Series.

Guests are permitted to bring closed, clear plastic bottles of water.
Guests are permitted to bring blankets and chairs.
Restroom trailers available on site.
Accessible seating area available.
Concessions (food, beer, and wine) will be available for sale.
Concessions will accept cash or credit/debit cards.
No ATM on site.
All bags and/or guests are subject to be searched

Prohibited Items
Wagons and carts
Large bags or backpacks
Outside alcohol
Glass containers
Pets, with the exception of service animals
Signs/posters with poles, sticks, indecent or derogatory comments/images
Signs/posters must not be larger than 2x2
Large umbrellas
Video cameras, laptops, cameras with detachable lenses greater than 6 inches
Weapons, lasers pointers, fireworks
Skates, skateboards, cycles, recreational equipment
Unauthorized solicitation, handbills, giveaways, or sampling
Any other items that could be deemed as dangerous, illegal and/or detrimental to others enjoying the show
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By: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

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