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Patti LaBelle Seating and Ticketing Information
With Vivid Seats, you can get cheap Patti LaBelle tickets for her show at the Pier Six Concert Pavilion in Baltimore and the Long Center for the Performing Arts in Austin. We provide venue-seating charts so you can also pick the seats you want. Buying your tickets is easy through Vivid Seats. All you need to do is click on the Patti LaBelle tour dates above to be on your way to some sweet soulful tunes. Not only do we provide seating charts, but we also give you the latest in Patti LaBelle ticket information along with the latest in band news updates, background information and more! Vivid Seats is a licensed and bonded ticket broker with an extensive discount tickets inventory bought from the secondary market. We can get you discount concert tickets. We provide a 100% buyer guarantee to assure your tickets arrive before the show. We promise a full refund if the show is canceled for any reason. Our Patti LaBelle concert tickets are guaranteed to be authentic and accurate. Vivid Seats is not affiliated with the official Patti LaBelle website, box office, or fan club. Patti LaBelle concert schedule could change so please check back often.
The Start of Patti LaBelle
Patricia Louise Holt was a reserved girl with the voice of a superstar. In 1958 The Ordettes were started by Patti. She left high school and hopped on tour singing every kind of venue from local nightclubs to truck stops. After two years, the Ordettes auditioned for Blue Note Records. The president of the company agreed to sign them if they changed their name to Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles, which they did. Their first Top 40 pop hit was in 1962, “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman”. All through the 60’s they were one of the hottest touring acts in the eastern and southern United States where it was okay for African-Americans to perform. Their other hits in 1964 included “Danny Boy” and “Down the Aisle”. In 1965 Atlantic Records grabbed the group and recorded the signature cover of “Over the Rainbow”. In 1976, Patti went solo after the band had moved to England (known there as simply “LaBelle”) and one of the singers had to leave the group. Since then she has recorded 22 albums with nearly all of them being certified gold. She continues to tour.