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American Idol Announces LIVE Summer Tour with the Top 7 Finalists & Kris Allen

In Real Life will also hit the road for the first half of the tour!

GABYY BARRETT, CADE FOEHNER, CALEB LEE HUTCHINSON, MADDIE POPPE, MICHAEL J. WOODARD
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After a monumental return to television in 2018, American Idol announces it’s taking the show on the road with the American Idol Live! 2018 tour, spanning three months this summer!

Kicking off on Wednesday, July 11th in Redding, CA and wrapping on Sunday, September 16th in Washington, DC, the 40+ city tour will feature this season’s talented Top 7 finalists: Cade Foehner, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Catie Turner, Gabby Barrett, Jurnee, Maddie Poppe and Michael J. Woodard with special guest, Season 8 “American Idol” winner, Kris Allen.

Joining the tour on select dates is In Real Life, winner of ABC’s 2017 summer reality competition show “Boy Band.” In Real Life has released three singles: “Eyes Closed,” their current top 40 hit, “Tattoo (How ‘Bout You)” and “How Badly,” marking their first foray into singing in Spanish.

American Idol Live! gives fans the unique opportunity to be up close and personal with this season’s Top 7 finalists, including this year’s newly crowned Idol, and brings your favorite television competition directly to you in performances you can’t miss.

Full list of tour dates below. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, May 11 at 10a.m. local time at www.AmericanIdolLive.com.

American Idol Live! 2018 Dates 
 July 11                         Redding, CA                            Redding Civic Auditorium
July 12                         Central Point, OR                    Jackson Co. Fair
 July 13                        Napa, CA                                 Uptown Theater
July 16                         Denver, CO                              Paramount Theater
July 19                         Grand Prairie, TX                    Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie
July 20                         San Antonio, TX                      The Tobin Center for Performing Arts
July 21                         McAllen, TX                             McAllen Performing Arts Center
July 23                         Tucson, AZ                              Fox Tuscon
July 24                         Mesa, AZ                                 Ikeda Theater
July 26                         San Diego, CA                         Copley Hall
July 27                         Saratoga, CA                           The Mountain Winery
July 29                         Las Vegas, NV                         Orleans Arena
July 30                         Modesto, CA                           Gallo Center for the Arts
July 31                         Livermore, CA                         Wente Vineyards
August 1                      San Luis Obispo, CA                Fremont Theatre
August 3                      Thousand Oaks, CA                 Bank of America Performing Arts Center
August 4                      Los Angeles, CA                      Orpheum Theatre
August 5                      Riverside, CA                           Fox Performing Arts Center
August 8                      Tulsa, OK                                 Club Brady
August 9                      Kansas City, MO                      Uptown Theater
August 10                    St. Louis, MO                          Fox Theatre
August 12                    Baltimore, MD                         The Lyric
August 13                    Albany, NY                              The Palace Theatre
August 14                    Upper Darby, PA                     Tower Theater
August 16                    Westbury, NY                          The Space at Westbury
August 17                    Morristown, NJ                       Mayo Performing Arts Center
August 18                    Englewood, NJ                       Bergen Performing Arts Center
August 19                    Lynn, MA                                 Lynn Auditorium
August 21                    Cincinnati, OH                         Taft Theatre
August 22                    Indianapolis, IN                       Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
August 23                    Omaha, NE                             Orpheum Theatre
August 24                    Sioux Falls, SD                        Washington Pavilion
August 27                    Salem, OR                               Oregon State Fair
August 28                    Monroe, WA                           Evergreen State Fair
August 30                    Billings, MT                             Alberta Bair Theater
August 31                    Kamas, UT                              DeJoria Center
September 2               Deadwood, SD                        Deadwood Mountain Grand Casino
September 5               Minneapolis, MN                    State Theatre
September 6               Milwaukee, WI                       Riverside Theater
September 7               Rosemont, IL                           Rosemont Theatre
September 9               Nashville, TN                          Ryman Auditorium
September 10            Huber Heights, OH                  Rose Music Center
September 12            York, PA                                   York Fair
September 13            Munhall, PA                            Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
September 14            Red Bank, NJ                           Count Basie
September 15            New Bedford, MA                   Zeiterion Performing Arts Center
September 16            Washington, DC                      Warner Theater

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Written by Juliet Schroder

Juliet is the founder and executive producer/host of Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. When not reporting on the latest news in pop culture and country music, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the latest fashion trends.

Juliet holds a B.S. in marketing from St. John's University.

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