James L. Knight Center


400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL, 33131, US +1(305) 416-5970

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The James L. Knight International Center is a contemporary entertainment and convention complex located in Downtown Miami, Florida. Located within the Miami Central Business District, the venue opened in 1982. The complex is named after famed newspaper publisher, James L. Knight. Since its opening, the complex has hosted many business, entertainment and political events. Annually, it hosts Miami Dade College graduation ceremonies.

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    Ann reviewed: R. Kelly @ James L. Knight Center

    “We LOVE some R. Kelly” (I was at his last concert October 2012 – AWESOME CONCERT). With that said, we drove down from West Palm Beach in rush hour traffic. The drive took us 2 hours. We sat down to what we thought would be an enjoyable evening. There was a lady from Chicago and two crass comedians that opened for R. Kelly. He didn’t appear until 9:30 pm and promptly exited at 10:30 pm. We paid $113.00 each for our tickets. Full price tickets for half a concert, can you believe that. In other words we spent champagne money on a malt liquor concert. There were things missing, his grand entrance, his band, his backup singers and maybe even some enthusiasm. He didn’t even touch his latest efforts, the throwback soul albums Love Letter and Write Me Back, (the main reason for being at his concert in the first place) but he focused more on his 12 Play ("Bump N Grind," "It Seems Like You're Ready") and TP2 ("Fiesta," "Feelin on Yo Booty") which we could have done without. We were totally flabbergasted when he finished singing “I believe I can fly”, stepped backstage and disappeared. He left the crowd in suspense, thinking he was going to return. This was NOT the case. At this time, the crowd was just getting warmed up and R. Kelly was gone. The show bombed out. We should have gotten our money back. We came to see R. KELLY, but instead got his clone… What happened? R. Kelly, there were a lot of disappointed fans at your concert tonight. It’s the fans that made you the superstar you are. Remember that!! 22 years is what we gave you, don’t skimp on the concerts. Peace and good night. AMOSQ R.KELLY CONCERT – MIAMI / OCTOBER 17, 2013

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