Get ready for a concert that will have you on your feet dancing from start to finish. The American disco and funk band sounds of the Grammy-winning KC & The Sunshine band are heading to Flint.

Harry Wayne Casey, KC for short, and his talented band will take the stage at The Capitol Theatre for a concert sponsored by the United Way of Genesee County. With 40 years of stellar music and iconic songs, the show is sure to be one of the hottest tickets in town at the legendary downtown Flint venue.

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For 40 years, KC & The Sunshine Band has been entertaining audiences of all ages with hits like “Get Down Tonight,” "That's the Way I Like It", and “Shake Your Booty”.  The band gave us songs in the 70s, and have remained timeless.  With more than a million records sold, nine Grammy nominations, three Grammy Awards, and an American Music Award it's not surprising that they continue to sell out shows coast to coast.

KC & The Sunshine Band will bring the magic to the Capitol Theatre on September 16th. Tickets start at $65 and are on sale now at

Sponsorships are available with access to VIP pre-concert events and VIP seating. If interested contact United Way: Elizabeth Williams, 810.762.5825, or Ann Marie Van Duyne at the FIM by calling 810.237.3110.

Not only will the show be a night to remember, but net proceeds from sponsorships and ticket sales also benefit the KidsTix program of FIM.

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