Boz Scaggs

Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 8pm

The Music Center

$38 - $98 + VIP

Boz Scaggs

This master of blue-eyed soul filled the Billboard charts in the ’70s and ’80s with hits “Lowdown,” “Lido Shuffle,” “Look What You’ve Done to Me,” and countless others. His iconic vocals and guitar sound just as fresh today, as each album reveals how his jazzy style evolves with a sense of carefree musicality. Scaggs’ live music captivates fans at every performance, so join us for a night featuring a mix of his lifetime hits and the cool covers in his most recent album, A Fool to Care.

  • A Fool to Care featured his trademark soulful sounds and stellar guests including Lucinda Williams and Bonnie Raitt.
  • Scaggs started his musical career with Steve Miller: they played together in high school and eventually formed Miller’s wildly popular band together.
  • With his wife Dominique, Scaggs has produced artisanal wines at Scaggs Vineyard in Napa Valley since 2000

VIP Packages
A limited number of VIP packages are available for $198. Each package includes one premium reserved ticket located in the first 10 rows, collectible tour lithograph autographed by Boz Scaggs (limited print), commemorative poker chip, custom Boz Scaggs playing cards, Boz Scaggs dice set, exclusive Boz Scaggs VIP merchandise item, commemorative VIP ticket, and commemorative tour laminate.


Boz Scaggs

VIP ticketholders can collect their VIP swag items from the merchandise area on the Promenade level. Please have the ID of the person who made the ticket purchase.

Please note that Stars and Circles discounts apply to the base ticket price only ($98) for VIP packages.

This concert will run approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
 

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