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Corinne Bailey Rae – R&B Concert
$46 – $66
See Corinne Bailey Rae at Memorial Hall on September 12.
Singer/songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae has announced a tour to celebrate her new album, Black Rainbows. Black Rainbows explores Black femininity, Spell Work, Inner Space/Outer Space, time collapse, ancestors, and transcendent music, drawing upon the curated collection of Black archives.
Inspired by the objects and artworks collected by Theaster Gates at the Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago, the Black Rainbows project includes a collection of songs, a book—Refraction/Reflection of the Arts Bank, photographed by Koto Bolofo—live performances, visuals, lectures, and exhibitions—a bold move from Corinne Bailey Rae’s previous work.
Tickets to Corinne Bailey Rae
Tickets range from $50-$70. Discounted tickets are offered for veterans with a valid I.D. Price depends on the seating area.
About Corinne Bailey Rae
English singer/songwriter/musician Corinne Bailey Rae shot to stardom with a self-titled #1 U.K. debut album in 2006. Since then, Corinne has released three critically acclaimed studio albums, earning two Grammy awards, two MOBOS, and multiple award nominations. Corinne’s music has been in films and television, including Stan Lee’s Lucky Man and Fifty Shades Darker themes.
Memorial Hall Venue Details
The basement, first and second floors of Memorial Hall are fully accessible. Use the patron elevator on the north side of the building, which may be entered on the street level.
In addition, the Annie W. and Elizabeth M. Anderson Theater is equipped with several wheelchair/scooter-accessible seating locations. For additional information on accessible seating, please contact the Box Office at 513-977-8838.
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Image credit to Corinne Bailey Rae, Koto Bolofo, and Ulrike Rindermann