The operatic pop band Il Divo is gearing up for its world tour in support of its fifth album “The Promise” with a performance at the Inaugural Purple Ball honoring President Barack Obama on January 20 in Washington, DC.
The 2009 An Evening with Il Divo tour kicks off February 21 in Manchester, ENG, and has already sold out 75 percent in Europe, including multiple nights in Dublin, IRE; London, ENG; Manchester, ENG; and Rotterdam, NET. The tour then heads to North America, Australia and Asia.
In the United Sates, the tour kicks off on May 8 at the Patriot Center in Washington, DC. The May 19-20 shows at the Rosemount in Chicago, IL have already sold out.
Twenty-four new dates have been added to the tour, 10 of which are to go on sale between January 31 and February 2: Susquehanna Bank Center in Philadelphia, PA on May 10; Mohegan, CT on May 12; Fox Theater in Detroit, MI on May 17; Comcast Arena at Everett in Everett, WA on June 2; Rose Garden in Portland, OR on June 3; Fox Theater in Atlanta, GA on July 1; Fox Theater in St. Louis, MO on July 10; Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO on July 11; Wells Fargo Theater in Denver, CO on July 13; and Dodge Theater in Phoenix, AZ on July 15.
Tickets are scaled at $55, $85, $125 and $150 plus applicable service charges. There are also two VIP packages available: The Platinum Meet and Greet Experience includes a premium price level 1 ticket (within the first five rows), a pre-show meet and greet and photo opportunity with Il Divo and a VIP gift package; and The Il Divo Premium Gold Package includes a guaranteed premium ticket within the first 10 rows and an exclusive VIP tour gift. Premium package prices are subject to change.
The Il Divo world tour is produced by Live Nation Global Touring and by arrangement with Octagon Music and Syco Music.
Il Divo itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|May 8||Washington, DC||Patriot Center|
|May 9||E. Rutherford, NJ||Izod Arena|
|May 10||Philadelphia, PA||Susquehanna Bank Center|
|May 12||Uncasville, CT||Mohegan Sun|
|May 14||Boston, MA||Agannis Arena|
|May 15||Uniondale, NY||Nassau Coliseum|
|May 17||Detroit, MI||Fox Theater|
|May 19 – 20||Chicago, IL||Rosemont Theatre|
|June 2||Everett, WA||Comcast Arena @ Everett|
|June 3||Portland, OR||Rose Garden|
|June 20||San Antonio, TX||AT&T Center|
|June 21||Dallas, TX||Nokia Theater|
|June 23||Houston, TX||Toyota Center|
|June 26||Ft. Lauderdale, FL||Bank Atlantic Center|
|June 27||Orlando, FL||Amway Center|
|June 28||Tampa, FL||Mahaffey Theater|
|July 1||Atlanta, GA||Fox Theater|
|July 6||Cleveland, OH||Wolstein Center|
|July 8||St. Paul, MN||Xcel Energy Center|
|July 10||St. Louis, MO||Fox Theater|
|July 11||Kansas City, MO||Sprint Center|
|July 13||Denver, CO||Wells Fargo Theater|
|July 15||Phoenix, AZ||Dodge Theater|
|July 17||Las Vegas, NV||Mandalay Bay|
|July 18||Santa Barbara, CA||County Bowl|
|July 20||Los Angeles, CA||Venue Details to follow|
|July 23||San Jose, CA||HP Pavilion|
|July 24||Reno, NV||Events Center|