CeeLo Green Announces Intimate Southern Tour
Singer/producer/Voice Coach CeeLo Green has announced plans for an intimate tour. Taking place over the month of March, the run of shows will see Green all throughout the South, from D.C. to Alabama, Mississippi to Raleigh. It kicks off on March 1 at the Howard Theatre in Washington, DC, and wraps up on March 13 in Raleigh, NC, at the Lincoln Theatre.
Of the upcoming performances, CeeLo said in a press statement: “I look forward to hitting the road to celebrate great music of the south, and reconnecting with all my loyal fans. Come dressed for the occasion and help me re-create a moment from history at these iconic music venues.” Check below for a full list of stops, and don’t forget your fancy threads.
CeeLo Green North American Tour Dates 2016
March 1 @ Washington, DC – Howard Theatre
March 2 @ Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
March 3 @ Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
March 5 @ Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
March 6 @ New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s
March 7 @ Birmingham, AL – Iron City
March 8 @ Jackson, MS – Hal & Mal’s Club
March 10 @ Macon, GA – Cox Capitol
March 11 @ Nashville, TN – Exit In
March 12 @ Charlotte, NC – Amos Southern
March 13 @ Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre
CeeLo Green Tickets
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Potential CeeLo Green Setlist
In a press statement, CeeLo said: “This tour will be very different from anything I’ve ever done before because of my choice of intimate venues and the variety of music I will perform from my new & classic hits to covers of some of my favorite songs.” So, expect songs you’ve come to know and love (“Crazy,” “F*ck You,” etc.)
Based on previous concert performances, here’s what we think he might play (based on data from Setlist.fm).
1. Fuck You
2. Bright Lights Bigger City
3. Crazy (Gnarls Barkley)
6. Don’t Cha (Pussycat Dolls)
7. Smiley Faces
8. Gone Daddy Gone (Violent Femmes)
10. The Lady Killer Theme
11. Fool for You
12. We Are Family (Sister Sledge)
13. Don’t Ya Think I’m Sexy (Rod Stewart)
14. Happy Feelin’s
15. Let’s Dance (David Bowie)