Kem and Ledisi – R&B Concert
Heritage Bank Center
$63 – $254
See Kem and Ledisi live at the Heritage Bank Center on April 7.
R&B legends, Kem and Ledisi, announce that “The Soul II Soul Tour” is coming to Heritage Bank Center on Friday, April 7, 2023. The Grammy Award-recognized artists will take the stage with special guest Musiq Soulchild at 8 p.m.
Tickets to Kem and Ledisi
Tickets to Kem and Ledisi range from $63 – $254.
Kim Owens, better known by his stage name Kem, is an American R&B/Soul singer-songwriter and producer. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Kem was raised near Detroit, Michigan.
Kem’s redemptive, hook-laden music – a deft fusion of rhythm, blues, soul, and jazz – sparkles beneath his distinctively transfixing vocals.
Links to Kem’s Website, Wikipedia, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
Ledisi Anibade Young, better known simply as Ledisi, is an American R&B and jazz recording artist, songwriter, music producer, author, and actress. Born in New Orleans and raised in Oakland, CA, Ledisi has wowed fans with her outstanding vocals.
The R&B singer has genuinely earned a place in the pantheon of the greatest singers of her generation. 2021 Grammy winner Ledisi is a twelve-time Grammy-nominated vocalist with a career spanning almost two decades.
Links to Ledisi’s Website, Wikipedia, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
Parking is available in the East Garage, Central Riverfront Garage, Great American Ballpark, and surrounding lots. Street parking can be paid for using the Cincy EZ Park App.
Take Cincinnati METRO to the venue.
All guests are subject to a metal-detector screening, visual inspection, and bag inspection.
- Bags must be CLEAR and may not exceed 12 “x 12 “x 6”
- Clutches are permitted but may not exceed 1 “x 6″ x 4”
- Glass or metal containers, chairs or blankets, and alcohol, beverages, or food of any kind are prohibited.
View the complete list of rules and regulations.
Guests with specific accessibility needs should contact the venue in advance to arrange.
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Kem and Ledisi Image provided by Heritage Bank Center