Patti LaBelle to Perform at MGM Northfield Park Center Stage in June

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WHITNEY THOMAS
  • Whitney Thomas
Soul singer Patti LaBelle has been plenty busy lately. She's written six books, and she runs Patti’s Good Life, a successful product line that includes a variety of sauces, sweet potato pie, cobblers and cakes. She stars in her own highly rated cooking show, Patti LaBelle's Place, and released her first jazz album, Bel Hommage, and a holiday album, Patti LaBelle and Friends - Home for the Holidays, in 2017.

And she somehow still manages to tour.



She performs on June 23 at MGM Northfield Park Center Stage.

LaBelle also remains an advocate for many causes and non-profit initiatives.



“Each year I grow, and that’s a blessing from God. I do what I can do. I do what I feel God has given me the energy to do, so I just go out there, and I do it," she says in a press release announcing the date. "It’s not about making money because I don’t need money, but I need to sing. With a voice or without, I’ve got to get on that stage.”

Tickets for the concert are currently on sale.

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