Fantasia Tickets

Fans loved Fantasia's comeback on American Idol as she performed her new single “Lose to Win”. They will be even more delighted when they see her in a series of live performances with stops in several cities. She made millions of fans while on the stage of American Idol and another million with her television appearance. Anyone who has seen her perform in American Idol or in her immensely successful Broadway role in The Color Purple knows what a talented person Fantasia is and that is why her legion of fans don't miss any chance to see her in person on the stage. 

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Artist Name:

Fantasia Barrino


R&B, hip hop, soul


RCA, 19, J

Fantasia had a dramatic start of her career. She came to American Idol's Atlanta auditions but figuring that she couldn't sing on an empty stomach, left. Entry gates were closed when she returned but a guard who had seen her singing earlier grabbed her by the arm and let her in. She sang Abbie Mitchell's “Summertime” and her performance was regarded by the judges as the best in the history of the show.

Her Amazing Journey:

Fantasia came out as a winner on the third season (2004) of American Idol and from there she rose to fame. Her debut single “I Believe” was released a short while later and went No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100. Free Yourself was the album that followed her debut single which got her three Grammy nominations along with a platinum certification by the RIAA. Her second release was a self-titled album, released in 2006. It spawned a Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart single “When I See You.” The album received another three Grammy nominations but this time, a gold certification by the RIAA. She then tried her luck in acting and played the role of Celie in a famous Broadway production The Color Purple. She received a Theater World Award in 2007 for her performance. Back to Me was her third album which spawned the single “Bittersweet” and brought her a Grammy Award in the category of Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Until 2012, Fantasia had sold over 2 million albums in United States alone.

Fantasia Today:

Her latest performance of “Lose to Win” on American Idol dazzled the judges and live audience once again and her performance was called “dynamic, passionate and powerful.” She received immense appreciation and rave reviews from the rest of the media as well. She has a New York Times Bestseller published memoir titled “Life is Not a Fairy Tale” accounting her tumultuous life. Based on the book, a film came out in 2006 “The Fantasia Barrino Story: Life is Not a Fairy Tale” starring Fantasia herself.

The Live Experience:

Fantasia tickets are always a good catch when you get a passionate performance in return. This R&B diva knows how to put on a show; rocking fans with her powerful vocals and live renditions of her hit singles like “When I See You” and “I Believe.” An American Idol, Grammy winner, R&B Top Charts hit superstar and an incredible Broadway actor; Fantasia has got all it takes to be phenomenal.

Things You Didn't Know about Fantasia

  1. Following a rumor of her having an affair with a married man, Fantasia tried to commit suicide.
  2. Fantasia almost missed the Atlanta auditions for American Idol but was walked in by the guard, who had watched her sing before, even after the gates were closed.
  3. Fantasia never finished high school but was given an honorary degree by her school in 2010.
  4. She dropped out from school feeling harassed and embarrassed because she was raped by a classmate.
  5. She held the record of youngest American Idol until it was broken by Jordin Sparks, who became an Idol at age 17.