Mountain Winery | Saratoga, California
LISTEN UP! Kenny Loggins is on the road for his final tour called "THIS IT IT," and it will be your last chance to check out one of the greatest entertainers in the genre as he puts a halt to his touring career. Fans can expect to witness a passionate show filled with his magnetic charisma and a whole heap of audience participation as the man known for being a natural entertainer will take you through his huge catalog of hits that have stood the test of time. Whether you're a big time fan of Loggins or just love great music, the MOUNTAIN WINERY on Friday, October 20, 2023, is the place to be, and with the venue's world class facilities and amenities, you can be sure that it will be a truly memorable evening. So make sure you grab your tickets right here on this webpage by locating the "GET TICKETS" button, but act fast before it is too late.
Kenny Loggins has had one of the most phenomenal careers in the industry. Born in Everett, Washington, on January 7, 1948, he has had success as a producer, songwriter, and guitarist. His introduction to professional music started with "The Second Helping," a band he formed after graduating from high school in 1966 and together they released three singles.
Loggins met Jim Messina in 1970, and the two would go on to create seven albums, all of which helped propel Kenny's name into the stratosphere. In the beginning, Messina's goal was to introduce Loggins to audiences so the pair could work on his debut album. Fate had other plans and since their chemistry was so good, the two made a very successful accidental duo.
After their partnership dissolved, Kenny actively pursued a solo career, which was just as impressive. His debut album, "Celebrate Me Home," was released in 1977 and gave audiences the hit single "I Believe in Love." He would later release "Nightwatch," "Keep the Fire," and "High Adventure" in 1978, 1979, and 1982, respectively.
He also became known as one of the most prolific songwriters for movies, having had his songs featured in several blockbusters. The first one being, "I'm Alright" from the movie Caddyshack, and then went on to create "Footloose", "Meet Me Half Way" from Over the Top, and "Danger Zone," as well as "Playing with the Boys" from Top Gun.
With 10 studio albums, he has won two Grammys and a plethora of hit singles throughout the 1970s and 1980s and has become one of the most beloved figures in pop culture. While this tour might be the last major tour he does, he will still stay active in the industry, so this will become one of the last opportunities you have to witness him live.
His shows are known to pull in huge crowds, and you can expect tickets to sell out very quickly. Luckily, we've got you covered, but you need to act now to secure your spot. Grab your tickets right here and now before it is too late.