Detroit Pistons Announce Halftime Entertainment For Remaining Home Schedule
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today halftime entertainment acts currently scheduled to perform throughout the remainder of the regular season. The list of talent is headlined by Grammy Award winners The Temptations featuring Dennis Edwards (February 23) and Salt N Pepa (April 7). Other artists include Coolio (February 3), Tone Loc (February 8), Morris Day (February 19) and En Vogue (March 18).
“We are excited to present our fans with a diverse line-up of halftime performers as we close out the remainder of our home schedule,” said Harlan Hendrickson, Vice President of Marketing for Palace Sports & Entertainment and the Pistons. “We look forward to providing unique entertainment performances that will continue to enhance the overall Pistons Basketball experience.”
Motown Mondays feature the best of Motown sound when Martha Reeves and the Vandellas make an appearance on February 11 vs. New Orleans followed by the aforementioned Temptations featuring Dennis Edwards on February 15 vs. Atlanta and En Vogue on March 18 vs. Brooklyn.
Super 70’s, Totally 80’s and 90’s Night theme nights are enhanced with musical acts that represent the sounds of those distinct eras. The Pistons entertainment teams will highlight a locally produced halftime spectacular on February 1 vs. Cleveland while Debbie Gibson highlights 80’s Night on Friday, March 8 vs. Dallas and Color Me Badd will anchor 90’s Night on Friday, March 29 vs. Toronto.
Rapper Coolio will perform Super Bowl Sunday vs. the LA Lakers (2/3), Tone Loc takes the halftime stage vs. San Antonio (2/8) and Morris Day brings his 80’s groove to The Palace vs. Memphis (2/19).