Friday, January 24th, 2020

Raphael Saadiq - Jimmy Lee Tour

Jamila Woods, DJ Duggz

Doors: 7:30 PM 18+ Years
Raphael Saadiq - Jimmy Lee Tour

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
The Linq, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

$35.00 General Admission,

$39.00 General Admission (day of show)
$55.00 Club Level 
$99.00 Raphael Saadiq - Soundcheck Experience
$175.00 Raphael Saadiq - Meet & Greet Experience 

For all tickets purchased prior to October 1, 2019, on TicketFly, those tickets are still valid and able to be scanned at the door upon entry. Just pull up your ticket on your phone or bring your print-out.

Starting October 1 all Brooklyn Bowl tickets will be available on TicketWeb.


VIP On-Sale: Tue 10-Sep-19 - 10:00 AM PT

CITI Pre-sale: Tue 10-Sep-19 -10:00 AM PT - Thu 12-Sep-19 - 10:00 PM PT

Spotify Pre-sale:  Wed 11-Sep-19 - 10:00 AM PT - Thu 12-Sep-19 - 10:00 PM PT 

Venue Pre-sale: Thu 12-Sep-19 - 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM 

On-sale: Fri 13-Sep-19 - 10:00 AM PT

All guests must have a valid government/state issued ID for entry to the venue.
No refunds. 
All general admission tickets are standing room only.


Tickets purchased in person subject to a $2.00 processing fee. 

*Advertised times are for doors -- show time not available*

* Venue closes between 12am - 1am unless otherwise noted*


Raphael Saadiq - Soundcheck Experience - $99.00
Package includes:

  • General admission ticket
  • VIP early entry in to the venue
  • Private, pre-show soundcheck performance
  • Limited-edition tour poster signed by Raphael Saadiq
  • Exclusive merchandise item
  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before general doors
  • On-site experience host

Raphael Saadiq - Meet & Greet Experience - $175.00
Package includes:

  • General admission ticket
  • VIP early entry in to the venue
  • Meet & greet with Raphael Saadiq
  • On-stage Group photo opportunity
  • Private, pre-show soundcheck performance
  • Limited-edition tour poster signed by Raphael Saadiq
  • Exclusive merchandise item
  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before general doors
  • On-site experience host


Special room discounts via Caesars Hotels & Resorts for traveling fans. For hotel rooms use promo code: BRB15 at applicable for rooms at The LINQ Hotel and the Flamingo


Artist Info

Raphael Saadiq

Raphael Saadiq is a Grammy Award winning musician, songwriter and go-to collaborator/producer for some of the biggest names in R&B. Solange Knowles, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo, Ne-Yo and Miguel areamong the many artists who turn to Saadiq for his deep musicality contemporary creative vision and encyclopedic knowledge of timeless pop music.

Born in Oakland CA, Raphael grew up singing gospel music in the church and started playing bass guitar at the age of six. On the strength of the musical and stage training he received at Castlemont High School, Saadiq auditioned for Sheila E and landed a spot in her band which supported Prince on his 1986 Parade world tour. After honing his chops on the road, Saadiq returned to Oakland and formed the group Tony! Toni! Toné! with his brother D’Wayne Wiggins and cousin Timothy Riley. The trio went on to enjoy considerable success on radio and MTV in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, racking up several hits including “If I Had No Loot,” “Feels Good,” “Anniversary” and the iconic “It Never Rains (In Southern California).”

Following four albums with Tony! Toni! Toné!, Saadiq formed the urban supergroup Lucy Pearl in 1999 along with Ali Shaheed Muhammad from A Tribe Called Quest and Dawn Robinson from En Vogue, yielding Dance Tonight. His solo career kicked off with 2002’sInstant Vintageand 2004’s Ray Ray. Critics began taking special notice with the release of his 2008 homage to Motown and Philly soul,The Way I See It,and it’s follow-up, Stone Rollin’(2011), which landed on many year-end Top Ten best albums lists.

Consequence of Soundspoke for many critics in their review, writing,

“Saadiq [is] a true soul master” who “revitalizesthe...genre by taking nearly every step he can to create an almost flawless record.” Saadiq’s on-stage performances garner equal praise.

NPR called his SXSW appearance in support of Stone Rollin’ “a full-blown soul revue....When a guy this cool exerts this much effort, it’s a joy to behold.”

While his solo career thrived, Saadiq honed his craft as a producer, working with a wide range of artists, including Snoop Dogg, Little Dragon, Erykah Badu and Stevie Wonder. He remains a true musician’s musician, with Justin Timberlake, Elton John, Mick Jagger and Lady Gaga among the many superstars who tapped him to play bass or guitar on high-profile projects, including Gaga’s memorable David Bowie tribute at the 2016 Grammy Awards. He co-wrote career-defining hits for D’Angelo (“Untitled(How Does It Feel)”) and Solange (“Cranes in the Sky”), and his compositions have been covered, sampled or referenced by everyone from Ed Sheeran to Drake.

In 2012, Saadiq was named toTime magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list and in 2017, he received an Academy Award nomination in the category of Best Original Song for “Mighty River” from the film Mudbound, which he co-wrote with Mary J. Blige.
On television, Saadiq is the composer in residence for Isa Rae’s hit HBO showInsecure.

His highly anticipated next solo album, Jimmy Lee, is scheduled for release in August 2019.


Jamila Woods

Jamila Woods’ cultural lineage–from her love of Lucille Clifton’s poetry to cherished letters from her grandmother to the infectious late 80s post-punk of The Cure–structure the progressive, delicate and minimalist soul of HEAVN, her debut solo album released in the summer of 2016 on Closed Sessions. “It’s like a collage process,” she says. “It’s very enjoyable to me to take something I love and mold it into something new.” A frequent guest vocalist in the hip-hop, jazz and soul world, Jamila has emerged as a once-in-a-generation voice on her soul-stirring debut.

Born and raised on the Southside of Chicago, Woods grew up in a family of music lovers. It took a surprise poetry class with a high school arts program for Jamila to finally find her metaphorical and literal voice. “Through poetry, I realized you are the expert of your own experience,” she says. Her poetry studies continued in college and in her professional career with Young Chicago Authors.

Music–like poetry– is personal. “It became a way to stop hiding, to actually be the most honest with myself through writing,” she says. “It helps me check in with myself.” And that honesty translated to HEAVN, an album she describes as a collection of, “nontraditional love songs pushing the idea of what makes a love song.” You’ll find the bits and pieces of her past and present that make Jamila: family, the city of Chicago, self-care, and the black women she calls friends.

Jamila is an artist of substance creating music crafted with a sturdy foundation of her passions and influences. True and pure in its construction and execution, her music is the best representation of Jamila herself: strong in her roots, confident in her ideas, and attuned to the people, places and things shaping her world.

DJ Duggz

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