Saturday, June 8, 2019, 37 Main presents the ICON Music Festival, headlined by acclaimed Prince Tribute artist — The Purple Xperience! From 1pm – 11pm at the Cumming Fairgrounds, see four outstanding tribute acts — So Madonna, Bad Romance (Lady Gaga), and I Am King (Michael Jackson) — plus dance to a dj set tribute to Queen.
In celebration of the birthday of his royal purpleness, Prince, we’re giving away two (2) seated tickets – under the awning in case of rain – with IN & OUT privileges! Just fill out the form below to be entered to win a ticket for you and a friend. If you want to secure your tickets now, you can get them here. All entrants will be added to our A-List News Letter. You can opt out later if you decide that you don’t want to hear about contests like this and all the awesome music happening around Atlanta.
Enjoy food trucks including Just Loafin’ New Orleans Po Boys, Big House BBQ, and Cousins Maine Lobster.
Enter to Win Tickets to the ICON Music Festival
We love our Prince fan Libro Musica fans! Here is your chance to win a pair of tickets for 37 Main’s ICON Music Festival. Provide your name and email address and you will be added to the list of potential winners — and the Libro Musica newsletter. Winners will be selected via random drawing from all eligible entries on Saturday June 8th, at 10am, with the winner contacted and announced immediately.
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About The Purple Xperience Prince Tribute
From the band’s press: The Purple Xperience is a five-piece group hailing from Prince’s birthplace, Minneapolis, MN. They have been touring around the country since it’s inception in 2011 by Dr. Fink and front-man Marshall Charloff – bringing the greatest and most authentic production of Prince and The Revolution in the world to audiences of all generations. Since 2011 Purple Xperience has entertained well over 300 thousand fans and has shared the bill with The Time, Cameo, Fetty Wap, Gin Blossoms, Atlanta Rhythm section, and Cheap Trick.
Lead singer, Marshall Charloff, not only styles the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily unmatched fashion with his appearance, vocal imitation, and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano, but Marshall performs nationwide fronting world-class symphonies in most major cities in the US and Canada. Recently, Marshall Charloff teamed up with the famous jazzman Marcus Anderson (New Power Generation, 3rd Eye Girl sax player) in Raleigh, NC to perform with the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
Marshall recorded with Prince on the album 94 East, (where Marshall plays both, keyboards and bass guitar and Prince is on lead vocals). Pepe Willie, who discovered Marshall, was also responsible for getting Prince’s career up and running. In 2009, Marshall teamed up with Doctor Fink from Prince and the Revolution and Pepe Willie from the band 94 East to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame benefit concert (On the same bill were Cheap Trick, Atlanta Rhythm Section, and the Georgia Satellites).
Marshall Charloff is a celebrated producer and recording artist. He produced, wrote and recorded for the Multi Platinum and Grammy award winning Commodores. Produced, Wrote and recorded for Hall of Fame Inductee Little Anthony (Little Anthony and the Imperials). His skills paved the way for Marshmallow Fields: a 1990s production team consisting of Marshall, Grammy winner John Fields (The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, and Switchfoot), and Steven “Funkytown” Greenberg and their single charted on the Billboard Top 100 dance charts and is still in rotation amongst DJs around the country. Marshall is also an inductee in the Mid America Music Hall Of Fame as a member of the band Westside.
Marshall Charloff’s band, Purple Xperience, hosts a number of world-class players, including: Tracey Blake on Lead guitar (played with New Power generation, Sons of Almighty featuring members of NPG, Tracey Blake Project, Westside: inducted in the Midwest hall of fame), Ron Long on Bass guitar (played with Christina Aguilera, The Backstreet Boys, 98°, also recorded with John L, Larry Blackman of Cameo, and Spike Lee), Ron Caron on Drums (played with the Rembrandts, Tina and the B sides, The Melismatics). Cory Eischen on Keys (played with New Power Generation, Prince’s protégé group: Mazarati, Soul Asylum’s Dave Pirner and Dan Wilson from Semisonic).