(Battle Creek, Mich.) Dec. 11, 2023 — Spread holiday cheer this season with the gift of live music experiences, promising cherished memories. Relive the ’90s magic and revel in timeless melodies at FireKeepers’ upcoming concerts, captivating music enthusiasts of all ages. Mark your calendars for an enchanting performance by Elton John and Billy Joel Tribute acts on February 17, followed by the “I Love the 90s Tour” featuring Montell Jordan, All 4 One, C&C Music Factory, and Color Me Badd on March 8. Tickets for both shows go on sale just in time for the holidays on December 16 at 10 a.m., available online at or in-person at the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Box Office, conveniently located in the Hotel Lobby.

FireKeepers proudly presents an extraordinary tribute to two musical legends, Billy Joel and Elton John both in one night. Embrace the essence of Billy Joel’s iconic concerts with Billy Nation, a premier tribute act delivering an authentic Billy Joel concert experience. Led by pianist/vocalist Adam Shapiro, Billy Nation flawlessly captures Billy Joel’s stylistic range, captivating audiences with renditions of classics like “Piano Man,” “You May Be Right,” and “Just the Way You Are.”

Prepare to be mesmerized by Kenny Metcalf’s sensational portrayal of Elton John, transporting audiences to the early career of Elton John’s music. Kenny Metcalf delivers an enchanting performance, capturing the magic of Elton John’s greatest hits, including “Benny and the Jets,” “Rocket Man,” and “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.”

The “I Love The 90’s Tour” promises a night of reminiscing and celebration, bringing together iconic names from the trend-setting decade. The lineup features stellar performances by Montell Jordan, All 4 One, C&C Music Factory, and Color Me Badd.

Montell Jordan, known for his chart-topping hit “This Is How We Do It,” will undoubtedly have the crowd on their feet. All 4 One, the Grammy Award-winning group behind timeless classics like “I Swear,” will serenade the audience with their soulful harmonies. C&C Music Factory is “Gonna Make You Sweat” with their dance-infused tracks; and Color Me Badd will have fans singing along to their R&B chart-toppers, doing it “All For Love” and delivering a musical experience that resonates with the soul.

“Celebrating these two upcoming concert nights fills us with absolute excitement,” expressed Jim Wise, Vice President of Marketing at FireKeepers Casino. “Each night represents an iconic era in music history, promising an immersive experience where guests will find themselves singing along to timeless hits.”

This holiday season, treat your loved ones to an extraordinary gift they’ll cherish forever. Concert tickets to these phenomenal shows make for the perfect Christmas present, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

FireKeepers upcoming entertainment lineup:

Queen Nation – Dec. 29
Bret Michaels – Feb.
Kenny Metcalf’s Elton John Tribute + Billy Nation Billy Joel Tribute – Feb. 17
I Love the 90s – Mar. 8


FireKeepers Casino Hotel, located just off Interstate 94 at Exit 104 in Battle Creek, MI, has been named Best Casino by audiences in Western Michigan and Northern Indiana, plus earned multiple awards in the Casino Player Magazine Best of Gaming 2023 Native Midwest category, including Best Overall Gaming Resort. FireKeepers was recognized as 2019 Employer of the Year by Michigan Works! Association and was also selected as one of the Best Casinos to Work For by Casino Player Magazine. FireKeepers’ signature restaurant, Nibi, is a multiple recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence and was recently awarded a AAA Four Diamond designation. The property features 2,900 slot machines, 63 table games, and a 26-table live poker room. FireKeepers’ resort-style hotel has been rated AAA Four Diamond for nine consecutive years and offers 446 rooms, a functional multi-purpose event center, six distinctive dining destinations, and multiple lounges. FireKeepers is the title sponsor of the FireKeepers Casino 400, a NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway, and a host of the FireKeepers Casino Hotel Championship, an EPSON Tour-Road to the LPGA golf event. For more information, visit

FireKeepers Casino Hotel is owned and operated by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi.

Author: Philip Lopez