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CIAA Maze featuring Frankie Beverly

Hampton, VA – Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, indubitably one the most talented and influential R&B/Soul groups to date, will headline the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Post-Tournament Concert. Attendees can expect an exciting show full of high energy and electricity, as with any Maze featuring Frankie Beverly performance. It will be held on Saturday, February 28th at 10pm in the Charlotte Convention Center Hall C, located in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Ticket prices start at $35. The first 1,000 concert tickets sold will receive complimentary admission to that night’s after party at the Charlotte Convention Center Crown Ballroom.  Advance tickets are now availableget.crowntickets.com or by calling (888) 547-6478.

For almost 40 years the legendary Maze featuring Frankie Beverly has created a unique sound and become one of the most musically innovative groups in history. Frankie Beverly formed Maze after relocating from his hometown of Philadelphia to San Francisco. In 1976, the band released its first album, “Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly” which yielded a string of hit singles, including “Lady of Magic” and “Workin’ Together.” The 80’s brought the release of the best-selling albums, “Golden Time of Day”, “Inspiration” and “Joy and Pain”, containing a list of hit singles.

Throughout the years, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly has produced numerous gold albums, topped several Billboard charts, performed at countless sold-out shows and commanded the respect of both older and younger generations worldwide. In 2010, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly won the prestigious Trumpet Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2012, was awarded the BET Cadillac Lifetime Achievement Award.

Other notable tracks by Maze featuring Frankie Beverly include: “Running Away”, “Before I Let Go” and “Happy Feelin’s”.

About the CIAA
Founded in 1912, the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) is the nation’s first African American athletic conference and one of the most recognized conferences in Division II. The CIAA conducts 16 championships attended by more than 150,000 fans from around the country. Headquartered in Hampton, Virginia, the CIAA is governed by the Presidents and Chancellors of its 12 member-institutions: Bowie State University, Chowan University, Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, Johnson C. Smith University, The Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Livingstone College, Saint Augustine’s University, Shaw University, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University and Winston-Salem State University. For more information on the CIAA, visit theciaa.com, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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