Flint Native American band Mark Farner returns to the Capitol Theater
Flint Native Mark Farner returns to the Capitol Theater on January 28, 2022. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets range from $ 27.50 to $ 47.50. Tickets go on sale September 17 at noon. Genesee County Residents Save 30% for the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage. The reduction is automatically applied upon departure.
As one of the founding members, singer, lead guitarist and the person who wrote 90 percent of the Grand Funk music catalog, Farner has always been known as the energetic driving force on stage, the engine that pulled the Great Original Funk Railroad to the top of the charts, its soulful vocals and powerful rock riffs fuel the Funk with its atomic stage presence. His story and imprint on music begins with Flint, and since 1969, from his humble beginnings and blue collar prospects, Farner has led a global crusade for love and freedom and has become a rock ‘n’ icon. roll.
Fifty years later, he commands the stage with the same intensity, performing epic hits that have defined a generation: “I’m Your Captain (Closer to Home)”, “Bad Time”, “Some Kind of Wonderful”, ” Foot Stompin ‘Music “,” Heartbreaker “,” Locomotion “,” Mean Mistreer “and” We’re An American Band “.
“I am what my songs say I am,” Farner said.
A full schedule of upcoming events at the Capitol Theater as well as tickets are available at www.capitoltheatreflint.com.