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Todd Rundgren at Spotlight 29 Casino

Why see Todd Rundgren?

Me/We Tour

Rock 'n' roll icon, guitarist, interactive progenitor, singer/songwriter, and record producer Todd Rundgren comes to town in 2024. Years of experience and critical acclaim have by no means made Rundgren complacent, and he continues to push the boundaries in inventive and surprising ways. Don't miss your chance to see him as he heads on the 'Me/We' tour!

Die-hard fans know to always expect the unexpected when it comes to Rundgren's live shows; he imbues his fresh material with visceral energy, while his impressive vocal stamina blasts away the cobwebs and any critique suggesting that outrageous genre-bending is a young man's game.

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Jun 22


Customer reviews

23 reviews, average rating: (4.3 Stars)

Kenneth H. Williams

Exactly what I expected...a great show

Loved the songs and dialog. I’m a fan of the music and this concert didn’t disappoint. I don’t typically pay to see concerts as I work in the industry but this was worth the price of admission. Wishing Todd all the best and thanks for the music!!! ... Read more

Peter Iliff

Todd @ Wiltern Is BETTER than Ever!

Utipia at the Wktern blew me away. The giy is 70 and was shreeding guitar like a blizzard. His boice seems stronger thanever. And his stage energy was fabulius. Hthe first set was his old vintage Utipia jam rock. A lot of notes and they four of them nailed it. The second set they played the hits. Todd truly is a wizard a true star ... Read more


Eclectic and Entertaining

The fact that TR's "hit wonder" followers were probably not expecting the set-list of the Cincinnati Me/We show is further evidence of his credo of IDGAF artistic and eclectic performances. Playing some songs for the first time live and some not-so-well-known songs across a wide array of genres, including one a Capela tune followed immediately by the hard rock performance of 'Rock Love' would test any performers ability to deliver, which he did. He played for almost exactly two hours, with no break except prior to the encore. His voice was incredibly strong and could cover a wide range of genres simultaneously. Recall that he will turn 76 in two months and is now touring over 50 cities, performing several times a week, a test even for those half his age. Truly a Wizard and True Star. ... Read more

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