Being the lead singer of a famous band requires nerves of steel, a surplus of swagger, and the patience to endure Cleveland's rambling, uncomfortably personal answer to "How you doin' tonight, Cleveland?" Catch master showmen in their element with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to see Goodie Mob: CeeLo Green, Big Gipp, Khujo & T-Mo
- When: Saturday, August 31, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Park City Live
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $15 for general-admission standing (a $27.88 value)
- $25 for VIP general-admission standing (a $38.43 value)
- Who Goodie Mob is: CeeLo Green, Big Gipp, Khujo, T-Mo
- Their birth names: Thomas Callaway, Cameron Gipp, Willie Knighton Jr., Robert Barnett
- Hailing from: Atlanta
- The group's debut: on Outkast's Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
- First album: 1995's Soul Food
- First gold-certified album: 1995's Soul Food
- Song about soul food on Soul Food: "Soul Food"
- Linguistic fact from "Soul Food": The musical term dirty south, meaning Southern hip-hop, was born in this track.
- Other don't-miss songs: the visceral, piano-laced "Cell Therapy"; "Thought Process," a moody, introspective track; and the 2013 single "Special Education," featuring Atlanta wunderkind Janelle Monáe
- Reasons to celebrate August 27: It's the release date of Age Against the Machine, Goodie Mob's first album since 2004 and their first album with founding member CeeLo since 1999; it's also the birthday of American wrestler Sgt. Slaughter.
Park City Live
Underneath Park City Live’s shimmering laser light system, a slew of musical acts shine. The energetic venue is equally at home pulsating with dance music or hosting a stripped-down acoustic show, beckoning a diverse crowd of music aficionados to its dynamic confines.
Park City Live
Underneath Park City Live’s shimmering laser light system, a slew of musical acts shine. The energetic venue is equally at home pulsating with dance music or hosting a stripped-down acoustic show, beckoning a diverse crowd of music aficionados to its dynamic confines. But the venue didn't begin life as a haven for audiophiles and their ears. The historic Summit County War Veterans Memorial Building, completed in 1940 following a fire, was originally home to an American Legion room, rifle range, gymnasium, and the Boy Scouts. But by 1984, the entertainment needs of the city had changed, and the building began providing recreation of the more artistic variety. Today, the space serves as the home for Park City Live, as well as O’Shucks Bar & Grill and Rock ‘N’ Reilly’s Irish Pub.
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