Another concert is on its way to upstate New York and another exciting night is on the horizon for music fans.

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Thomas DeCarlo Callaway who is better known as CeeLo Green is a Grammy and Billboard Music award willing singer, rapper, and producer who has been a part of popular music culture since the 1990s. Green has written, produced, and performed many now-classic hip hop and R&B songs over the last 30 years. The multiple platinum-selling artist, who is well known for his songs Forget You! and Crazy has produced for Outkast, TLC, Santana, Trick Daddy, Kelis, Mac Miller, and more.

Green is performing live in concert on Friday, April 15, 2022, in Waterloo, New York. If you're interested in a high-energy show with good music, this is an event to put on your agenda.

Doors to the 2,400 seat Vine Showroom, which is inside the Del Lago Resort and Casino in Waterloo, are set to open at 8 p.m.

Tickets are available right here on the Del Lago Resort website.

This is the latest concert to be announced in what is looking like it's going to be an epic spring and summer of concerts in Western and Central New York. I don't know about you, but I am seriously looking forward to these shows.

From Tim McGraw to Lil Jon, Mya to Boys II Men, there is going to be something for everyone, and I plan to spend as much time outside summering as I can this summer.

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