Multi-platinum tween superstars The Cheetah Girls are launching a massive three-month, 50-date nationwide tour this fall. The Cheetah Girls One World Tour begins on...

Multi-platinum tween superstars The Cheetah Girls are launching a massive three-month, 50-date nationwide tour this fall. The Cheetah Girls One World Tour begins on October 8 in Austin, TX, and concludes in San Diego, CA, on December 21. The tour follows the soundtrack and third Disney Channel Original Movie, “The Cheetah Girls: One World.”

Most tickets go on sale Saturday, August 23.

“The Cheetah Girls One World” premieres August 22, with soundtrack that features 12 hip-hop, R&B and Indian-influenced tracks performed by the tween sensations. The movie’s anthem song and the soundtrack’s lead single “One World” will be featured in The Cheetah Girls’ concert set along with favorites from the first two movies and soundtracks.

The Cheetah Girls began as a 2003 Disney Channel Original Movie based on a popular book series for adolescents, written by Deborah Gregory. It only took two years for the girl group to gain a large fan base and top the soundtrack charts with a double-platinum soundtrack. When “The Cheetah Girls 2” movie made its debut in 2006, the soundtrack entered in the top ten on The Billboard 200, topped the soundtrack chart and was certified platinum.

Following the success of The Cheetah Girls 2 soundtrack and movie, the group went out on their first national tour that grossed $26 million from over 86 concert dates and broke tour merchandise records. The girl group also set a new record for the largest sales in the history of the Houston Rodeo with an impressive 73,200 tickets sold in 2007, a record previously held by Brooks & Dunn.

The Cheetah Girls itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

October 8Austin, TXFrank Erwin Center
October 10Lafayette, LACajundome
October 11Bossier City, LACenturyTel Center
October 12Biloxi, MSMississippi Coast Coliseum
October 14Memphis, TNFedExForum
October 15Nashville, TNSommet Center
October 17Tupelo, MSBancorpSouth Arena
October 18 NLittle Rock, ARAlltel Arena
October 20Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
October 21San Antonio, TXAT&T Center
October 22Houston, TXToyota Center
October 24Jacksonville, FLJacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
October 25Miami, FLAmerican Airlines Arena
October 26Orlando, FLAmway Arena
October 28Greenville, SCBI-LO Center
October 29Charlotte, NCTime Warner Cable Arena
October 30Duluth, GAArena at Gwinnett Center
November 1Knoxville, TNThompson-Boling Arena
November 2Greensboro, NCGreensboro Coliseum
November 5Baltimore, MD1st Mariner Arena
November 6Richmond, VARichmond Coliseum
November 8Atlantic City, NJBoardwalk Hall
November 9Washington, DCVerizon Center
November 11Philadelphia, PAWachovia Spectrum
November 13Newark, NJPrudential Center
November 14Long Island, NYNassau Coliseum
November 16Manchester, NHVerizon Wireless Arena
November 17Worcester, MADCU Center
November 18Hartford, CTXL Center
November 20Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
November 21Cleveland, OHWolstein Center at Cleveland State Univ.
November 23Cincinnati, OHUS Bank Arena
November 25Rochester, NYBlue Cross Arena
November 26Pittsburgh, PAPetersen Events Center
November 28Columbus, OHNationwide Arena
November 29Lexington, KYRupp Arena
November 30Indianapolis, INConseco Fieldhouse
December 2Auburn Hills, MIThe Palace of Auburn Hills
December 4Chicago, ILUnited Center
December 5Milwaukee, WIU.S. Cellular Arena
December 6Moline, ILVerizon Wireless Center
December 7St Louis, MOScottrade Center
December 9Kansas City, MOSprint Center
December 11Minneapolis, MNTarget Center
December 12Omaha, NEQwest Center
December 15West Valley City, UTThe E Center
December 17Oakland, CAOracle Arena
December 19Glendale, AZJobing.com Arena
December 20Anaheim, CAHonda Center
December 21San Diego, CASan Diego Sports Arena

Last Updated on August 15, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner