Due to overwhelming fan demand, Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew Live has added further dates to its 2008 North American tour, expanding...

Due to overwhelming fan demand, Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew Live has added further dates to its 2008 North American tour, expanding to 25 cities this fall. Stops on the tour include Las Vegas, NV; San Diego, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Grand Prairie, TX; and Houston, TX.

Beginning in Miami on September 18 and running for five weeks across the country through October 23 in Houston, TX, the tour will feature five of the hottest dance crews from the first two seasons of Randy Jackson’s hit reality competition. Tickets will go on sale the weekend of August 15-16.

“We’re excited to bring America’s best dance closer to you live,” said Jackson, the show’s executive producer, in a statement. “America’s Best Dance Crew has the greatest fans, and we just want to say thanks by giving them the hottest show of the year.”

The tour will feature the return of America’s Best Dance Crew Season 1 winners, the incredible masked men of Jabbawockeez. They will be joined by the amazing b-boys on wheels, BreakSk8, an equally exciting crew full of surprises. With three open spots remaining, competition will go into overdrive as crews previously featured on the show battle it out to earn a coveted spot on the tour; the full lineup will be announced after the show’s live Season 2 finale episode on August 21.

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America’s Best Dance Crew Live itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 18Miami, FLWaterfront Theatre at the American Airlines Arena
September 19Tampa, FLTampa Bay Performing Arts Center
September 20Atlanta, GABoisfeuillet Jones Civic Center
September 21Clemson, SCLittlejohn Coliseum (Theater Mode)
September 23New York, NYWaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden
September 25Boston, MACiti Performing Arts Center
September 26Atlantic City, NJThe Ballroom at Boardwalk Hall
September 27Sewell, NJCommerce Bank Arts Centre
September 29Washington, DCDAR Constitution Hall
September 30Newark, NJNew Jersey Performing Arts Center
October 1Albany, NYPalace Theatre
October 3Detroit, MIMasonic Temple Theatre
October 4Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee Theatre
October 5Rosemont, ILRosemont Theatre
October 6Kansas City, MOMidland Theatre
October 8Denver, COWells Fargo Theatre
October 11Oakland, CAOakland Paramount Theatre of the Arts
October 13Everett, WAComcast Arena at Everett Events Center
October 14Portland, ORRose Garden – Theater of the Clouds
October 16Los Angeles, CANokia Theatre L.A. LIVE
October 17Las Vegas, NVOrleans Arena
October 18San Diego, CASan Diego Sports Arena
October 19Phoenix, AZDodge Theatre
October 22Grand Prairie, TXNokia Theatre
October 23Houston, TXJones Hall

Last Updated on August 13, 2008 by By Bob Grossweiner & Jane Cohen