Idina Menzel to Launch World Tour Next Summer

Starting July 7 in Richmond, Va., and continuing through Oct. 3, Menzel will play 39 U.S. dates
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Idina Menzel

Idina Menzel, who sang the smash hit "Let It Go" from the movie Frozen, is hitting the road in 2015. Starting July 7 in Richmond, Va., and continuing through Oct. 3, Menzel will play 39 dates across the United States.

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In addition to her work with Frozen, Menzel has acted in a number of Broadway musicals (she currently stars in If/Then) and won a Tony award. But "Let It Go" has defined the multitalented artist this year. The Frozen soundtrack spent a number of weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has sold more copies than any other album in 2014.

After finishing her American dates, Menzel will embark on the international leg of her tour.

Check out the full list of her American dates below.

Tue July 07, Richmond, VA
Wed July 08, Baltimore, MD
Fri July 10, Atlantic City, NJ
Sat July 11, Uncasville, CT
Sun July 12, Holmdel, NJ
Tue July 14, Bethlehem, PA
Thu July 16, Philadelphia, PA
Fri July 17, Wantagh, NY
Sat July 18, Washington, DC
Wed July 22, Raleigh, NC
Fri July 24, Atlanta, GA
Sat July 25, Orlando, FL
Sun July 26, Boca Raton, FL
Tue July 28, Clearwater, FL
Thu July 30, New Orleans, LA
Fri July 31, Houston, TX
Sat Aug. 01, Austin, TX
Wed Aug. 05, Seattle, WA
Fri Aug. 07, Concord, CA
Sat Aug. 08, San Diego, CA
Sun Aug. 09, Phoenix, AZ
Tue Aug. 11, Morrison, CO
Wed Aug. 12, Kansas City, MO
Thu Aug. 13, Minneapolis, MN
Sat Aug. 15, Nashville, TN
Sun Aug. 16, Chicago, IL
Tue Aug. 18, Cincinnati, OH
Wed Aug. 19, Columbus, OH
Fri Aug. 21, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Sat Aug. 22, Detroit, MI
Sun Aug. 23, Indianapolis, IN
Tue Aug. 25, Pittsburgh, PA
Wed Aug. 26, Norfolk, VA
Fri Aug. 28, Boston, MA
Sat Aug. 29, Lenox, MA
Sun Aug. 30, Canadaigua, NY
Tue Sept. 01, Montreal, QC
Wed Sept. 02, Toronto, ON
Sat Oct. 03, Los Angeles, CA

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