So You Think You Can Dance Tour Dates Announced

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So You Think You Can Dance Tour Dates Announced
Fans of So You Think You Can Dance can see their favorite stars perform live in the near future, as most tickets for this summer's highly anticipated tour go on sale August 11 at 10 a.m., it was announced by 19 Entertainment chief executive and series creator Simon Fuller, co-creator Nigel Lythgoe and AEG.

Top Ten finalists participating include Kameron, Jaimie, Lauren, Neil, Sabra, Pasha, Dominic, Lacey, Danny and Sara. Due to overwhelming demand in its 2006 debut, the tour will waltz through fourteen more cities this year, playing 49 North American dates, and audiences can now see their favorite finalists command the stages of arenas.

Fuller, who created and executive-produces the FOX show, now in its third season, said:

"We are thrilled with the tremendous growth of the show and excited to take So You Think You Can Dance across the country again to showcase this year's world-class talent.  Viewing the contestants performing on television does not even come close to experiencing them in-person.  We look forward to having the country's favorites hit the road, coming to a town near you."

Date            City                Venue
Sep 21        Albany, NY            Times Union Center
Sep 22        Boston, MA            Agganis Arena
Sep 23        Hartford, CT            Hartford Civic Center
Sep 25        Reading, PA            Sovereign Center
Sep 26        Wilkes Barre, PA        Wachovia Arena
Sep 27        Rochester, NY            BlueCross Arena
Sep 29        E. Rutherford, NJ        The Theater at Continental Airlines Arena
Sep 30        Syracuse, NY            War Memorial at OnCenter
Oct 02        Bridgeport, CT            Arena at Harbor Yard
Oct 03        Portland, ME            Cumberland County Civic Center
Oct 04        Manchester, NH        Verizon Wireless Arena
Oct 06        Atlantic City, NJ        Boardwalk Hall
Oct 07        Philadelphia, PA        Wachovia Center
Oct 09        Long Island, NY        Nassau Coliseum
Oct 10        Baltimore, MD            1st Mariner Arena
Oct 12        State College, PA        Bryce Jordan Center
Oct 13        Huntington, WV        Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Oct 14        Greensboro, NC        Greensboro Coliseum
Oct 16        Hampton, VA            Hampton Coliseum
Oct 17        Charlotte, NC            Charlotte Bobcats Arena
Oct 19        Tampa, FL            St. Pete Times Forum
Oct 20        Miami, FL            American Airlines Arena
Oct 22        Duluth, GA            Arena at Gwinnett Center
Oct 23        Greenville, SC            BiLo Center
Oct 24        Nashville, TN            Sommet Center
Oct 26        St. Louis, MO            Scottrade Center
Oct 27        Kansas City, MO        Sprint Center
Oct 28        Minneapolis, MN        Target Center
Oct 30        Columbus, OH        Schottenstein Center
Oct 31        Cleveland, OH            Wolstein Center
Nov 01        Toronto, ON            Air Canada Centre
Nov 03        Detroit, MI            Joe Louis Arena
Nov 04        Indianapolis, IN        Conseco Fieldhouse
Nov 05        Chicago, IL            United Center
Nov 07        Milwaukee, WI            Bradley Center
Nov 09        Cincinnati, OH            US Bank Arena
Nov 10        Lexington, KY            Rupp Arena
Nov 12        Grand Prairie, TX        Nokia Theatre
Nov 14        San Antonio, TX        AT&T Center
Nov 15        Houston, TX            Reliant Arena
Nov 18        Glendale, AZ   Arena
Nov 19        San Diego, CA        San Diego Sports Arena
Nov 21        Los Angeles, CA        Nokia Theatre
Nov 23        Oakland, CA            Oracle Arena
Nov 24        Sacramento, CA        Arco Arena
Nov 25        San Jose, CA            HP Pavilion at San Jose
Nov 27        Portland, OR            Rose Garden
Nov 28        Everett, WA            Everett Events Center
Nov 30        Reno, NV            Reno Events Center

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