‘The Voice’ Summer Tour to Hit 31 Cities Starting in June

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This season’s winner, runner-up, and third place singers will join Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, Will Champlin and Dia Frampton, among others

NBC’s “The Voice” is going on tour. The concert series will hit 31 cities starting on June 21 in San Antonio, Texas.

Currently, the roster of confirmed performers include Season 5 champ, Tessanne Chin, that season’s runner-up, Jacquie Lee, and fan-favorite Will Champlin. Also, Season 1 runner-up, Dia Frampton, is on board.

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Additionally, this season’s winner, runner-up, and third place singers will also join the tour. And, an additional artist will be chosen in May by America via social media.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 17 at 10 a.m at thevoice.com/tour and aeglive.com. For the Indio, Calif. tour date, the tickets will go on sale on Friday, April 25.

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This is the first time “The Voice” has launched an official tour. Fox rival “American Idol” has toured its fan favorites since its first season in 2002.

But last year, the “Idol” tour canceled several dates due to low ticket sales. So, the timing of this announcement from the NBC competition shows great confidence that its current popularity can fill seats at its 31 venues.

See the tour schedule below:

21-Jun
San Antonio, TX
Majestic Theatre

22-Jun
Grand Prairie, TX
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

23-Jun
Houston, TX
Bayou Music Center

25-Jun
Tampa, FL
David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts

26-Jun
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Broward Center for the Performing Arts

27-Jun
Orlando, FL
Bob Carr Performing Arts Center

29-Jun
Atlanta, GA
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

30-Jun
Charlotte, NC
Ovens Auditorium

2-Jul
Hershey, PA
Hershey Theatre

3-Jul
Lowell, MA
Lowell Memorial Auditorium

5-Jul
Atlantic City, NJ
The Mark Etess Arena at Trump Taj Mahal

7-Jul
New York, NY
Beacon Theatre

8-Jul
Baltimore, MD
Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric

10-Jul
Toronto, ON
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

11-Jul
Niagara Falls, NY
Seneca Niagara Events Center

12-Jul
Mashantucket, CT
The Grand Theater at Foxwoods

14-Jul
Cleveland, OH
Playhouse Square – State Theatre

15-Jul
Detroit, MI
Masonic Temple Theatre

16-Jul
Chicago, IL
Chicago Theatre

17-Jul
Minneapolis, MN
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel

19-Jul
Milwaukee, WI
Milwaukee Riverside Theater

20-Jul
St. Louis, MO
Peabody Opera House

22-Jul
Denver, CO
Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre

24-Jul
Phoenix, AZ
Comerica Theatre

25-Jul
Las Vegas, NV
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

26-Jul
Indio, CA
Fantasy Springs Resort Special Events Center

27-Jul
San Diego, CA
San Diego Civic Theatre

29-Jul
Los Angeles, CA
Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

30-Jul
San Jose, CA
City National Civic

1-Aug
Portland, OR
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

2-Aug
Redmond, WA
Marymoor Park