NBC has announced that the Top 10 contestants on this season’s America’s Got Talent show will begin touring the U.S. on October 1st. This is good news for those of us who enjoyed the fabulous talents of this year’s contestants on America’s Got Talent.
The tour will begin on October 1, 2010 in Oakland, California at the Paramount Theatre. The America’s Got Talent tour will visit 24 cities across the nation. Originally there were 25 cities on the tour, however, the visit to Fresno has been cancelled. The tour is bound to be a huge success given the multi-talents that were competing on America’s Got Talent.
Ticket prices vary depending on location and you can book tickets by following this link. You can also visit this link for more information on the America’s Got Talent tour.
This year’s America’s Got Talent tour is the first one ever and will have all the Top 10 contestants performing. Besides the Top 4 contestants on America’s Got Talent of Michael Grimm, Jackie Evancho, Fighting Gravity, and Prince Poppycock, you will also see Anna & Patryk, Michael Grasso, Taylor Mathews, Jeremy Vanschoonhoven, Studio One Young Beast Society, and Christina & Ali.
NBC has also announced that Jerry Springer will host the America’s Got Talent tour.
Here’s the list of cities that will be hosting the America’s Got Talent tour:
Oct. 1: Oakland, Paramount Theatre
Oct. 2: Reno, Reno Events Center
Oct. 6: Phoenix, Dodge Theatre
Oct. 7: Los Angeles, NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE
Oct. 8: Las Vegas, The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace
Oct. 9: San Diego, San Diego Civic Theatre
Oct. 13: Grand Prairie, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Oct. 15: Kansas City, The Midland by AMC
Oct. 16: Minneapolis, Northrop Auditorium
Oct. 17: Milwaukee, Riverside Theater
Oct. 20: Chicago, Rosemont Theatre
Oct. 21: St. Louis, Fox Theatre
Oct. 22: Indianapolis, Clowes Memorial Hall
Oct. 23: Columbus, Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium
Oct. 24: Detroit, Fox Theatre
Oct. 27: New York City, Beacon Theatre
Oct. 28: Richmond, Landmark Theater
Oct. 29: Mashantucket, MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods
Oct. 30: Atlantic City, Trump Taj Mahal
Nov. 3: Boston, Citi Performing Arts Center at Wang Theatre
Nov. 4: Washington DC, DAR Constitution Hall
Nov. 5: Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Nov. 6: Atlanta, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Nov. 7: Orlando, Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
Source: NBC’s America’s Got Talent