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Greek Theatre
2700 North Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
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24 events
14 reviews
4 stars
always wait until the concert is over to get the souvenir t-shirt on sale! :)
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Hot 92.3 Presents Funk Fest, Featuring Morris Day and The Time
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4.5 average rating
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57 events
26 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 06 2011

My Husband and I agree that Morris Day is the "coolest" man around! Sugarfoot & The Ohio Players are timeless. We had a great time. The seats were amazing...Thank you Goldstar!

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12 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 06 2011

Terrible sound ruined this concert. Normally the Greek has great acoustics, but not at this event. Furthermore, Morris Day and the Time seemed to be sleep-walking through their set. It was fun, but not off the hook as I was hoping.

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7 reviews
29 stars
attended Aug 06 2011

Another great concert at The Greek ! Every band brought their "A" game and rocked the house! Dazz Band opened the show with Joystick and had the crowd on their feet from the 1st note. Mary Jane Girls brought out Rick James' daughter which was a...

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Funk Fest returns to The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with a stellar lineup featuring Morris Day & The Time, Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players, One Way with Al Hudson, Dazz Band and the Mary Jane Girls.

Morris Day burst onto the public scene with the group’s self-titled album, The Time, which included “Get It Up,” “Cool,” and “Girl.” Soon after the world was introduced to the prolific Minneapolis music marvel, as the group went on to record three more albums and the smash hit “Jungle Love.”

Known for such hits as “Love Rollercoaster” and “Fire,” Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players bring their energetic show filled with funk and R&B to the stage.

One Way featuring Al Hudson scored five Top 10 U.S. R&B chart hits with their biggest being “Cutie Pie,” and the Dazz Band’s biggest hits included the Grammy Award-winning “Let It Whip,” “Joystick” and “Let It All Blow.”

Rounding out the night is the soul, funk and disco quartet the Mary Jane Girls, who were the proteges of the legendary Rick James. The Mary Jane Girls are known for their hit songs “All Night Long,” “Candyman” and “In My House.”