Now that DWTS is over for the year, the pro dancers are all hard at work in the rehearsal room prepping for the tour. If you follow the tour page on Instagram or follow the dancers online, you’ve probably seen all the fun they have at practice. You might have glimpsed a few sneak peek of the routines too. So where can fans get tickets to the Dancing With The Stars tour?
The Dancing With The Stars tour will feature many special guests and lots of exciting routines
The good news is that the Dancing With The Stars tour will come to many cities across the United States. If they aren’t coming to your state, you may be able to travel to a nearby major city.
The very first stop of the tour will be on January 7 in Richmond, Virginia. From there, the cast will perform around the country before making the final stop in Modesto, California on March 27.
The Dancing With The Stars tour is a chance to see the pro dancers perform live in person, but you’ll also have the chance to see a few special guest stars depending on the date. Kaitlyn Bristowe, Jimmie Allen, and Amanda Kloots all plan to make special appearances on the tour. Be sure to check the schedule and see when they’ll join the show.
If you want to get tickets, be sure to visit the official tour website.
Which pro dancers are going to perform?
If you get a chance to see the Dancing With The Stars tour, you’re in luck. Many of your favorite pros from the past season will be onstage. However, we will miss a few familiar faces.
Sharna Burgess couldn’t make the time commitment for the tour. Likewise, Val Chmerkovskiy and Jenna Johnson have another project going on at the same time as the tour. Witney Carson and Lindsay Arnold haven’t publically said why they won’t go on tour this year, but they both have small children at home. Cheryl Burke also hasn’t said why, but she won’t come on tour this winter either.
But don’t worry! You can still see the other cast members. Right now, the tour cast consists of reigning champion Daniella Karagach and her husband Pasha Pashkov, married duo Emma Slater and Sasha Farber, Artem Chigvintsev, Brandon Armstrong, Gleb Savchenko, Alan Bersten, Britt Stewart, Season 30 backup dancer Sofia Ghavami, and a few swings too. They’ll fill in if anyone gets sick or injured.
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