Group 10+ tickets available. Please call the Box Office (765) 742-5664
Long Center for the Performing Arts - Mars Theatre
111 N Sixth St, Lafayette, IN 47901
Box Office opens at 6:30 PM
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Show time: 8:00 PM
The Long Center Concessions serves beer, wine, and select mixed drinks plus snacks and candies.
*Please note the Long Center is a historic venue. There is no elevator to the balcony section.*
A Motown Christmas features a world-class vocal group comprised of past and present members of Motown's most legendary groups...The Temptations, The Miracles and The Capitols.
A Motown Christmas is a powerful family-oriented show combining Motown's greatest hits with everyone's favorite holiday classics.
This show features those famous Motown trademarks...dazzling choreography and unforgettable harmonies all performed in that memorable, soulful Motown style.
This is an evening not to be missed, bring the family, dance, sing and enjoy this special, holiday spectacular.
Over the course of their career, the Temptations have released four Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles and 14 Billboard R&B number-one singles. Their material has earned them three Grammy Awards. Like its "sister" female group, the Supremes, the Temptations' singer lineup has changed frequently over the years.*
The Miracles have charted over 50 Billboard hit singles between 1959 and 1978, including 26 Top Ten Billboard R&B Hits, with four R&B # 1's. Sixteen of their songs reached the Top Twenty of the Billboard Hot 100, with seven songs reaching the Top Ten, and two, 1970's "The Tears of A Clown" and 1975's "Love Machine", reaching number one, with a third song, "Shop Around", reaching #1 on the Cash Box magazine Top 100 pop chart .*
In the 1960's, The Contours charted eight hits, including Motown's first million-seller and its fastest-rising hit of all time, "Do You Love Me." In 1988, after the release of the movie, "Dirty Dancing", starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, "Do You Love Me," which was a featured song in the movie roared back on the charts, outselling its original performance many times over.