Kristin Chenoweth Announces Tour, Offering Country And More

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As promised, Kristin Chenoweth will be hitting the road to support her debut country album Some Lessons Learned.  Today the Emmy and Tony award-winning actress announced a 19-city North American tour.  Her first-ever tour will start May 9th in Seattle, WA and will wrap up June 24th in Kristin’s hometown of Broken Bow, OK.

The multi-talented Chenoweth will be performing songs from Some Lessons Learned, along with some of her most memorable songs and Broadway show tunes, including music from “Wicked,” “Promises, Promises,” and “Glee.”

Chenoweth co-hosted the American Country Awards back in December.  After the show, she told us that she planned on touring.  But those tour plans were temporarily put on hold while she was working on “GCB,” her new TV series on ABC.  The series premieres on March 4th with Chenoweth playing the role of Carlene Cockburn.

Below are the tour dates, cities and venues.  Tickets for select cities go on sale starting March 9th.

May 9  Seattle, WA  Paramount Theatre

May 11  Berkeley, CA  Zellerbach Auditorium

May 12  Los Angeles, CA  Greek Theatre

May 18  Denver, CO Ellie  Caulkins Opera House

May 23  Houston, TX  Jones Hall

May 24  Dallas, TX  Winspear Opera House

June 1  Philadelphia, PA  Academy Of Music

June 2  New York, NY  City Center

June 8  Boston, MA  Boston Opera House

June 9  Baltimore, MD  Hippodrome Theatre

June 10 Washington D.C.  DAR Constitution Hall

June 12  Toronto, ON  Massey Hall

June 13  Cleveland, OH  PlayhouseSquare’s Palace Theatre

June 15  Detroit, MI  Detroit Opera House

June 16  Chicago, IL  Cadillac Palace Theatre

June 17 Minneapolis, MN  State Theatre

June 20  Nashville, TN  Andrew Jackson Hall

June 22  Atlanta, GA  Cobb Energy Centre

June 24  Broken Arrow, OK  Broken Arrow PAC

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