Patti Labelle Is Coming To Niagara Falls
It was already looking like 2023 is going to be another great year for concerts, shows, and events with something for just about everyone this spring and summer. However, after this recent announcement, it looks like things are going to be even better.
The great Ms. Patti LaBelle is coming to the area and has a new concern date this summer.
She's one of the most iconic Rhythm & Blues singers in our history and she's coming back to the area on Sunday, August 27, 2023, with her show at the brand new and state-of-the-art OLG Stage at Fallsview Casino located right on the mighty Niagara Falls in Ontario.
This will be Patti Labelle's 2nd appearance in Western New York and Southern Ontario in as many years as she put on an amazing show last June at Artpark.
Who Is Patti Labelle
Born in May 1944, Patricia Louise Holte of Philidelphia, PA, Patti LaBelle is often referred to as Godmother of Soul and her music career is a testament to that designation.
Starting her singing career in the 1960s as the frontwoman and lead singer for Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles, Labelle has a number of top hits to her name. Songs like Lady Marmalade, You Are My Friend, and New Attitude, its no wonder that Patti Labelle has been inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, along with winning numerous awards.
Get Ready For An Amazing Show With Patti Labelle
I had the chance to see her perform in 2017 at the Seneca Niagara Casino and I can attest that she puts on an amazing show. Her voice and her command of the stage puts her in a category that is unmatched. She was simply amazing and I expect nothing less this summer.
It truly is an exciting time to visit and experience world class entertainment in both of our theatres. We are so thrilled to welcome these amazing performers for fans to enjoy – these are great shows that you don’t want to miss!
-Cathy Price, Vice President of Marketing at Niagara Casinos
It is really looking like 2023 is going to be another great summer for concerts in Buffalo, Western New York, and Southern Ontario. I can't wait to see who else is coming that hasn't been announced yet.