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Andrea Bocelli coming to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse this December

Tickets for the December 2 performance will go on sale May 3.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: The video in the player above is from a story published on March 5, 2021.

Live music is coming back in a big way! 

On Thursday, it was announced that legendary singer Andrea Bocelli will make his way to Northeast Ohio this December for a performance at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

The performance will take place on December 2, and tickets will go on sale Monday, May 3, at RocketMortgageFieldHouse.com

Bocelli, a world-renowned musician, will travel to 21 cities to promote his new album "Believe," but will also feature a wide selection of songs and arias he is known for.

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"It will be like going home, in each of the 21 cities,” said Bocelli. “It will be exciting to meet again with the public of my beloved and great homeland who adopted me over 20 years ago. I await that moment with the joy and trepidation I felt at the beginning of my career.  Because those arenas we meet in have a glimpse of the sun after such a storm. Because I will sing for the life that wins, and thanks to music, we will celebrate beauty and faith in the future together.”

Bocelli also announced he has partnered with PLUS1 to ensure that $1 of every ticket sold for the "Believe" tourn will go towards helping those experiencing hardships, including illness, social exclusion and poverty. 

For more info on upcoming concerts and performances at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, click here

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Editor's note: The video in the player below is from a story published on March 22, 2021.