'American Idols Live!' Tour Dates Revealed
Haley Reinhart, Casey Abrams and Pia Toscano are among the Idols who will take part in the two-month tour.
Here’s your chance to judge the Idols in person.
Haley Reinhart, Casey Abrams, James Durbin and the rest of the Season 10 top 11 are taking their act on the road with the annual American Idols Live! concert jaunt. The summer tour announced Thursday kicks off July 6 near Salt Lake City and wraps Sept. 10 in Rochester, N.Y.
Also on this year’s tour are Naima Adedapo, Lauren Alaina, Stefano Langone, Jacob Lusk, Thia Megia, Scotty McCreery, Paul McDonald and Pia Toscano.
The tour will play 45 one-night stands, including July 15 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. No Manhattan date was announced, but the tour will hit Long Island, Albany, Syracuse and Rochester, along with Atlantic City and Newark, N.J.
Tickets for all the shows except Sept. 9 in Toronto go on sale May 13 at 10 a.m. local time atAmericanIdol.com, ticketmaster.com and aeglive.com. Sales for the Toronto stop will be available the same day at noon ET.
Here is the complete tour schedule:
July 6: West Valley City, UT, Maverik Center
July 8: Everett, WA, Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center
July 9: Portland, OR, Rose Garden
July 11: Sacramento, CA, Power Balance Pavilion
July 12: Oakland, CA, The Oracle Arena
July 13: San Jose, CA, HP Pavilion at San Jose
July 15: Los Angeles, Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE
July 16: Ontario, CA, Citizens Business Bank Arena
July 17: Phoenix, US Airways Arena
July 19: Oklahoma, OK, Cox Convention Center
July 20: Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie
July 21: Houston, Reliant Arena
July 22: New Orleans, Lakefront Arena
July 24: Orlando, Amway Center
July 26: Duluth, GA, Arena at Gwinnett Center
July 27: Raleigh, NC, RBC Center
July 28: Charlotte, NC, Time Warner Cable Arena
July 30: Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
July 31: St. Louis, MO, Scottrade Center
Aug. 2: Kansas City, MO, Sprint Center
Aug. 3: Minneapolis, Target Center
Aug. 4: Milwaukee, Bradley Center
Aug. 6: Rosemont, IL, Allstate Arena
Aug. 7: Detroit, Joe Louis Arena
Aug. 9: Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
Aug. 10: Pittsburgh, Consol Energy Center
Aug. 11: Baltimore, 1st Mariner Arena
Aug. 13: Atlantic City, NJ, Boardwalk Hall
Aug. 14: Newark, NJ, Prudential Center
Aug. 17: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 19: Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
Aug. 20: Richmond, VA, Richmond Coliseum
Aug. 21: Wilkes-Barre, PA, Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
Aug. 23: Long Island, NY, Nassau Coliseum
Aug. 25: Bridgeport, CT, Webster Bank Arena at Harbor Yard
Aug. 27: Providence, RI, Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Aug. 28: Albany, NY, Times Union Center
Aug. 30: Portland, ME, Cumberland County Civic Center
Aug. 31: Manchester, NH, Verizon Wireless Arena
Sept. 1: Worcester, MA, DCU Center
Sept. 3: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
Sept. 6: Syracuse, NY, War Memorial Arena at The Oncenter
Sept. 7: Reading, PA, Sovereign Center
Sept. 9: Toronto, Air Canada Centre
Sept. 10: Rochester, NY, Blue Cross Arena
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