George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic will run Motor City Casino | What happens | Detroit

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The mother ship has landed.

Well, it will when George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic bring the funk to the Sound Board at Motor City Casino.

For a while, there were rumors that the funk’s prime minister was retiring. In fact, just before the panini, err pandemic, Clinton and P-Funk began taking on a farewell tour in 2019 that included a stop at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheater at Freedom Hill.

All plans for retirement are off the table for the 80-year-old funk legend.

Dr. Funkenstein announced his plans to retire Rolling stones in 2021, even if he goes so far as to say that if he died on stage, he would be happy.

“I’m fine as hell right now,” Clinton said Rolling stones. “So if I go out on stage, yeah, cool. You went out and worked.”

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic will work up on stage once again on the Sound Board.


Originally rescheduled from 2020 and June 24, 2021, tickets purchased for the original show dates will still be honored.

Sound Board is located at 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit; The doors open at 20:00 on Sunday 23 January; Tickets are still available at 313presents.com and prices start at $ 48.

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