John Lodge concert at Seminole Casino rescheduled for Aug. 2

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Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee welcomes legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist of The Moody Blues and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Lodge as he “Performs Days of Future Passed” Friday, Aug. 2 with doors opening at 7 p.m. and the show beginning at 8 p.m.

Tickets start at $55 and are available from Ticketmaster or at www.moreinparadise.com. Parking is free.

The concert was originally set for February 2024 but had to be postponed. Tickets for that show are still valid unless a refund was requested.

“I’m delighted that we have been able to reschedule my Seminole Casino Hotel show to Aug. 2,” Lodge said. “This is a ‘home show’ for me, and for many of my band and crew, so we look forward to a great show with you all!”

Lodge is bass guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for the iconic Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 2018 inductees, The Moody Blues. He is the songwriter of such Moody Blues mega hits from “Ride My See-Saw,” to “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band),” “Isn’t Life Strange” and many more. Lodge has been performing and recording with The Moody Blues for more than five decades, selling more than 70 million albums, as well as releasing his three solo albums “Natural Avenue,” “10,000 Light Years Ago” and “B Yond.” Lodge has been voted one of the “10 most influential bass players on the planet,” and has been the recipient of many awards, including ASCAP (American Society of Composers and Publishers), an Ivor Novello Award, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from Prog Magazine, to name just a few.

Lodge’s “Performs Days of Future Passed’’ show encompasses a first set of electric Moody Blues’ classics featuring fan favorites such as “Isn’t Life Strange,” “Legend of a Mind,” “I’m Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band),” “Ride my See-Saw,” and much more. The second set will see Lodge and his band performing the iconic album “Days of Future Passed” in its entirety and in full symphonic sound. “Days of Future Passed” was released 56 years ago and was arguably the start of progressive rock. These songs began the long standing cross-over between rock and classical music. There are exciting changes from the original show, with new classic songs and deep cuts, enhanced video and dazzling lighting, all coming together to make a very special evening of great music and Moodies memories. The show takes a journey back in time with Lodge and his 10,000 Light Years Band as they create audio alchemy for the audience’s listening and visual pleasure.

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