So You Think You Can Dance Live Tour

So You Think You Can Dance Live Tour Tickets

The eleven-time Primetime Emmy Award winner show ‘So You Think You Can Dance' is all geared up to rock the nation with its 2013 tour. Starting from October 1st at East Lansing, MI and ending on November 27th at Los Angeles, CA, the Tour will visit 42 cities country-wide. The top ten finalists of the tenth season of the TV show will be performing at number of theatres and other dance performance arenas. So You Think You Can Dance tickets are already selling fast as fans are excited to watch their favorite dancing contestants perform live.

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So You Think You Can Dance Tour

Duration of the Tour

October 1st to November 27th


Forty-two cities, country-wide

The 42-city So You Think You Can Dance Tour would commence its live performances at the Wharton Center in East Lansing, MI. The talented dancers will be performing on their popular dance numbers from the show as well as new original choreographed performances created especially for the tour. The dancers will bring the spectators a wide variety of distinguished dancing performances with sizzling and sensuous dances as well as disco and hip-hop numbers.


The Lineup

The top ten dancers that will be the main attraction of the So You Think You Can Dance Tour include Makenzie Dustman, Fik-Shun, Jasmine Harper, Paul Karmiryan, Aaron Turner, Tucker Knox, Jenna Johnson, Nico Greetham, Hayley Erbert and Amy Yakima. Two of the top twelve dancers Alan Bersten and Melece Miller would most probably be joining the tour as alternatives.


The ten performers have time and again proved to be among the best dancers of the country. The forms of dances in which they have shown their excellence include rumba, hip hop, jazz, jive, contemporary, disco and many more. Those planning to attend any of the performances of the Tour can be certain of a good time. Elegance and agility that the whole country had been watching on TV would now be presented live on stage.


The TV Show

So You Think You Can Dance Tour is created by a super hit reality competition program with the same name. It was created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe and this year has seen the tenth super successful season of the dancing show. Each year, the show searches and polishes incredible talent and this year is no different. In 2013 alone, the TV reality show has received seven Primetime Emmy Award nominations including Outstanding Reality Competition Program. The most qualified and adept dancers that have made it to the top ten this season are all set for the upcoming national tour. Fans are also all geared up for the tour and So You Think You Can Dance tickets are quite in demand.


Places to Catch

Although each of the forty-two destinations for the Tour would be an ideal place to visit, for all the dance lovers, here are the names of some of the most popular dance venues where you can enjoy it. These places would host huge audiences for the amazing live dance extravaganza.


Montreal, QC would see the arrival of the So You Think You Can Dance Tour at Bell Center. Cleveland, OH has decided to welcome the dancers at the State Theatre. Virginia Beach, VA would have the dancing show at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts. So You Think You Can Dance Tour will be visiting Atlanta, GA at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center.


November would start with performances in Miami, FL at James L. Knight Center. Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL; Bayou Music Center in Houston, TX and Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA are the places to catch as well. San Francisco, CA's Warfield Theatre and Los Angeles, CA's Nokia Theatre L.A. Live are also not to be missed.

Some Related Bits of ‘So You Think You Can Dance'

  1. So You Think You Can Dance has weekly voting from the viewers and bottom three contestants with least numbers of votes then contest to survive in the competition.
  2. Contemporary, tap, jazz, hip hop and ballroom dance are the most common type of dances performed by the contestants.
  3. Some male stars on the show have also proved their exceptional talents in animation form of dancing.
  4. The two permanent judges of the show are Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe.
  5. Lythgoe himself have been a dancer, and he has performed with several artists including Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse.