Chase your vinyl dreams with an unforgettable performance by nine-time GRAMMY® award-winning soul legends.
We're turning the final night of Realize LIVE 2023 into a boogie wonderland.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will be here to help us celebrate you — the innovators and change-makers — driving transformative change in your organizations, across your industries, and around the world. The very reasons we come together each year.
Excited to celebrate with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers whose talent has withstood ever-changing trends for decades? We are too. Check out this welcome message from lead singer Philip Bailey
In 1969, music legend Maurice White birthed the music force named after the elements from his very own astrological charts. With soul as deep as the plant, Earth, Wind & Fire charted a history that will live on forever. They’ve scored eight number one hits and have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide. They’ve released 23 albums; eight of those albums went Double Platinum and hit the Top 10, making them one of the best-selling artists of all time. They've won an impressive nine GRAMMY® Awards including one for Lifetime Achievement (2012). In 2000, Earth, Wind & Fire was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, cementing their lasting impact on popular music and, in 2019, their contributions to arts and culture was acknowledged in Washington DC with the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors.
The music of Earth, Wind & Fire is more alive than ever as they continue to inspire new audiences and thrill those who have been with them from the beginning. Like the elements in their name, Earth, Wind & Fire’s music has withstood ever-changing trends in the world and shows no sign of vanishing as they continue to create joy and uplifting music that will forever reach a sacred universal atmosphere. From the funky and infectious “Let’s Groove” to the timeless dance classic “September” to the heartfelt “Reasons,” Earth, Wind & Fire’s catalog of hits has become the soundtrack to many lives; now, then and forever.