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Club 5 at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse


This event will take place in Club 5 at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse


Proof of vaccination NOT required for this event. Face masks are recommended, but not required.
*Ticket prices subject to change.


Alliant Energy PowerHouse - 319-398-5211

General Doors: 6:00 p.m.
Showtime: 7:00 p.m.
*Schedule subject to change.

Parking is available through Park CR. Lots will fill up quickly, please plan accordingly.

Please review our list of prohibited items prior to arrival.

ONLY reasonably sized clear bags and small, wallet-sized wristlets permitted. Diaper bags & bags for medical equipment/supplies also permitted. View full bag policy

  • Proof of vaccination NOT required for this event.
  • Face masks are recommended, but not required.


New Power Generation live at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse on Saturday, October 2nd.


The New Power Generation (NPG) have rescheduled their Spring 2020 tour – their first-ever full U.S. tour since reuniting in late 2016 - to October & November of 2021.

The fall tour features Prince’s former Musical Director and NPG Keyboard player (of 20 years) Morris Hayes, and also includes original NPG members such as rapper & dancer Tony Mosley, guitarist Mike Scott, and the group’s incredible lead vocalist, MacKenzie.

“We’re excited to finally get on the road but we recognize that this has been a scary time, a period of struggle and for some, a time of immense grief,” said Morris Hayes.

“We do not take any of this lightly,” said MacKenzie, “and hope to bring some joy to fans of Prince’s music as the country begins to re-open. We know there are many unknowns and we will not do anything to put our fans (or ourselves) in harms way. But if all remains safe to proceed, we will too and do so in the most energetic and funky spirit possible.”

“We are so excited to get back out on the stage and continue to perform the amazing music of our mentor and brother, Prince. His spirit has been with us at every show we’ve played and no doubt this will continue into the future,” added Tony Mosley.

The NPG has received worldwide glowing commentary that the band is beyond compare. Writing in Essentially Pop following a performance at London’s IndigO2, Steve Holley raved about the show:

“New Power Generation are not a tribute band, they have a far higher pedigree…. To see them play their celebration of their friend’s music is more of a spiritual experience. It almost feels like they are creating a musical seance that will somehow summon his spirit to imbue the various vocalists with a little of the magic dust that Prince sprinkled so that old audiences and new audiences can appreciate the music they loved and love just one more time. They create a glimpse of the afterworld, a world of never ending happiness where you can see the sun, day or night. They invite us to go crazy one more time. it is a very unique musical experience, a chance to party like it’s 1999 in 2018: I can’t recommend it highly enough.”

Double J, an Australian music magazine that reviewed the band’s concert last winter, discovered how tight the entire group remains in Prince’s absence: “Every musician on that stage remained up to the standard of excellence that Prince expected. There was not a single sloppy moment…”

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