Liquid Blue performing in Verona, New York before heading on to Syracuse.
The band keeps the dance floor packed at the Turning Stone Resort.
Canastota is a village with a rich boxing heritage in the Syracuse metro area.
The International Boxing Hall of Fame is located in Canastota.
The "Bible of Boxing", the first issue of The Ring Magazine was published in 1922.
George Foreman is an American two-time former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion.
Muhammad Ali is widely considered one of the greatest heavyweight championship boxers.
Canastota is known for producing two boxing world champions.
Canastota's champions are Carmen Basilio, and his nephew Billy Backus.
The BlueGirls are all riled up and ready to fight.
Nikki and Gina team up to pull Diana's hair in this world championship catfight!
Syracuse is known for its snowfall, boasting 121.2 inches (308 cm) on average.
The Syracuse metro area receives more snow than any other large U.S. city.
This frozen over license plate reads "TSTONE 5".
Armory Square is a small neighborhood on the west side of downtown Syracuse, New York.
The Syracuse Armory now houses the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.
Armory Square has around 30 restaurants, 20 bars and clubs, and over 50 retail stores.
A statue of Christopher Columbus in Columbus Circle, in front of the County Courthouse.
Columbus Circle is a neighborhood and plaza in the downtown section of Syracuse
Winter temperatures here can easily go below freezing.
The band finds shelter from the cold.
Syracuse often wins the "Golden Snowball Award" for most snowfall in upstate New York.
Scott makes a snowball of his own, and fortunately it isn't golden.
Syracuse is a the economic and educational hub of Central New York State.
At the 2000 census, the city's population was 147,306, the 5th most populous in the state.
A busy intersection in the early 19th century, Clinton Square was the original town center.
Next to the Erie Canal, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument was dedicated in June 1910.
The Syracuse Savings Bank Building seen in the background from Clinton Square opened in 1876.
The sun sets on Clinton Square in Syracuse, New York.