People were wondering what Darren Criss would be doing once he had finished with American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace and based on his recent announcements it appears the star is concentrating on his music.
Criss recently played two nights in Mexico City and last week his intimate London concert on April 20 sold out in minutes. Now he has announced that he is taking to the road in the US and Canada, this time with his Glee co-star Lea Michele.
The duo appeared on Ellen this morning to announce the nine-date tour which will star in Nashville on May 30. Rumours of Criss and Michele doing something together ran rife when Michele shared behind the scenes photos of a recent photo shoot with Criss, which was clearly for the promotion of the new tour.
Michele and Criss took to their social media tweeting the news as well, and fans worldwide were sharing their excitement.
.@LeaMichele and I are going on tour together!!
It'll be a little bit of everything- Lea's solo music, MY solo music, & lots of songs we've always wanted to do from Glee, Broadway, and beyond.
— Darren Criss (@DarrenCriss) April 9, 2018
— Lea Michele (@LeaMichele) April 9, 2018
There are three tiers of tickets available for the LMDC tour including two levels of meet and greet packages, and fans can sign up for pre-sale information on the website, and information on the meet and greet packages can be read here.
Pre-sale is available at 10am ET /9am CT on Wednesday, April 11 and general sale will be available on Friday, April 13 at the same times. Pre-sale for the Kennedy Center concert in Washington D.C. will happen on Tuesday, April 17 at 10am ET / 9am CT and general sale will go live on Friday, April 20.
With Criss and Michele’s love for Broadway, and their own back catalogue of music, and their Glee catalogue the show will definitely be something for everyone.
Check out the full list of current venues below:
May 30 – NASHVILLE, TN – THE RYMAN AUDITORIUM
May 31 – CINCINNATI, OH – TAFT THEATRE
June 2 – PITTSBURGH, PA – BENEDUM CENTER
June 3 – WASHINGTON D.C. – KENNEDY CENTER
June 5 – INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MURAT THEATRE
June 6 – COLUMBUS, OH – OHIO THEATRE
June 8 – EASTON, PA – STATE THEATRE CENTER FOR THE ARTS
June 9 – NEWARK, NJ – NJPAC
June 10 – TORONTO, ON – SONY CENTRE