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Four-time Grammy Award winners and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees the Doobie Brothers are coming to the Moline Taxslayer Center on Aug. 28.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, June 11.

The North American tour celebrates the 50th anniversary of the band’s founding. Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, Pat Simmons and John McFee will be back on tour together for the first time in almost 25 years. 

The Doobie Brothers represent a diverse range of American musical styles, incorporating elements of Rock 'n’ Roll, Blues, Soul, Folk, Country, Bluegrass, and R&B. 

Ticket prices are $37.50, $49.50, $69.50 and $89.50 with a limited number of VIP seats also available. Tickets go on sale at the TaxSlayer Center box office and online at Ticketmaster.com.

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