Taking a look at the history of shows and events produced and or promoted by SPI, you can certainly see why being in the business for over 25 years builds a tremendous level of success. Many of these past shows delivered impactful memories to numerous audiences and enticed them to come back for more.
Now into their third decade as R&B icons, Boys II Men are still recording, touring and making new fans. The four-time Grammy winners gained international success in the `90s with “End of the Road,” a single that set a longevity record by staying number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for 13 weeks. Their energetic Las Vegas residency proves they are still at the top of their game.
The most feared boxer of his era is now one of the most interesting storytellers. In Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth, the former heavyweight champion, who left a string of unconscious victims in his wake as he seized boxing immortality, candidly discusses his personal and professional life. Featuring images and videos, Tyson delivers a raw and uncensored knockout of a show.
The incredible career and legacy of The Rolling Stones is explored in this immersive touring exhibition. Highlighting the band’s incredible journey from its formation in 1962 to its current status as rock ‘n roll royalty, Exhibitionism leaves no stone unturned in this comprehensive multimedia presentation.
What do you get when you gather members of three of the biggest boy bands of all time and have them sing each other’s songs? A great night of entertainment we call The After Party. Featuring NSYNC’s Joey Fatone, AJ McLean and Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, and Wanya Morris from Boyz II Men. Special guests included Bobby Brown, Luis Fonsi, Shawn Stockman, Ray Parker Jr., and Coolio.