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Get on your “boogie shoes” and see this groovy group perform their hits in Bayside this weekend!

KC & The Sunshine Band will put on a musical performance at the Queensborough Performing Arts Center this Saturday, Nov. 19.

 

In a career spanning over 40 years, this disco and funk American musical group has had seven No. 1 singles and three triple-platinum albums and has earned three Grammy Awards and an American Music Award. In 1976, the band became the first act since The Beatles to score four No. 1 pop singles in a 12-month period.

The band’s hits, including “That’s The Way I Like It,” “Get Down Tonight,” “Boogie Shoes,” “Keep It Comin’ Love,” and “Please Don’t Go,” have been featured in more than 200 different advertising campaigns and at major sporting events including the Super Bowl and the World Series.

The show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $55 to $65 and can be purchased here or by visiting the box office in the campus library building on the first floor.

The Queensborough Performing Arts Center is located at 222-05 56th Ave. on the campus of Queensborough Community College in Bayside. Call 718-631-6311 for more information.

In its 875-seat theater, the organization has successfully produced over 1,200 performances for more than 1 million individuals in an over 50-year span.

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