After a sold-out debut tour and a special appearance at Coachella 2010, the cast of acclaimed children’s show Yo Gabba Gabba! is taking its...

After a sold-out debut tour and a special appearance at Coachella 2010, the cast of acclaimed children’s show Yo Gabba Gabba! is taking its show on the road. Over the course of nearly four months, DJ Lance Rock will be joined on stage by his cast of life-sized creatures and special celebrity guests for the live show, “There’s a Party in My City!”

The Gabba Gang will visit 60 cities across the United States and Canada, beginning with an August 27 event at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY. The year-end trek will span 15 weeks with its end date set for December 12 at Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, TX.

Several U.S. markets on the itinerary will host the Gabba Gang for extended stays. Two-night runs are lined up for September 2-26 at Wang Theatre in Boston, MA; October 2-3 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY; October 9-10 at Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL; November 20-21 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA; November 26-27 at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA; and December 4-5 at Dodge Theatre in Phoenix, AZ.

Canadian audiences can also catch a Yo Gabba Gabba double-header September 11-12 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, BC. The tour will hit a total of nine markets north of the border, with other stops including a September 4 show at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto, ON, and a September 19 event at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, ON.

General onsale dates vary from city to city, but the majority of U.S. box offices will open to the public over the June 4-5 weekend. Ticket prices start around $25 and run up to $75 in select cities, according to current listings on One dollar from each ticket will be donated to local chapters of Habitat for Humanity. More details about ticket onsales and Habitat donations are available on the official Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Web site.

Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! debuted in late 2009 with four sold-out shows in Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago, before expanding to six more North American cities in March 2010.

Each performance on the “Party” tour runs about an hour, with segments led by DJ Lance Rock and recurring guest Biz Markie. It also features the usual cast of characters — Brobee, Foofa, Muno, Plex and Toodee — and a roster of “super-secret” special guests.

Yo Gabba Gabba! itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

August 27Bethel, NYBethel Woods Center for the Arts
August 28Bristow, VAJiffy Lube Live
August 29Philadelphia, PAMann Center for Performing Arts
August 31Gilford, NHMeadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
September 2Albany, NYTimes Union Center
September 3Lewiston, NYArtPark Festival
September 4Toronto, ONMolson Canadian Amphitheatre
September 5Montreal, QCPlace des Arts
September 8Edmonton, ABNorthern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
September 9Calgary, ABSouthern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
September 11 – 12Vancouver, BCQueen Elizabeth Theatre
September 14Regina, SKBrandt Centre
September 15Winnipeg, MBMTS Centre
September 18London, ONThe John Labatt Centre
September 19Ottawa, ONScotiabank Place
September 21Rochester, NYAuditorium Theatre
September 22Burlington, VTFlynn Center for the Performing Arts
September 24Portland, MEMerrill Auditorium
September 25 – 26Boston, MAWang Theatre
September 28Providence, RIProvidence Performing Arts Center
September 29Wallingford, CTThe Oakdale Theatre
September 30Pittsburgh, PABenedum Center
October 2 – 3New York, NYRadio City Music Hall
October 5Hershey, PAHershey Theatre
October 6Cleveland, OHState Theatre
October 8Detroit, MIFox Theatre
October 9 – 10Chicago, ILChicago Theatre
October 11Louisville, KYLouisville Palace Theatre
October 13Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
October 15Richmond, VALandmark Theater
October 16Greensboro, NCWar Memorial Auditorium
October 17Charlotte, NCOvens Auditorium
October 19Chattanooga, TNSoldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium
October 20Huntsville, ALVon Braun Center
October 21Nashville, TNAndrew Jackson Hall
October 23 – 24Atlanta, GAFox Theatre
October 27Jacksonville, FLMoran Theater
October 29Kissimmee, FLSilver Spurs Arena
October 30Tampa, FLSt. Pete Times Forum
October 31Miami, FLAmericanAirlines Arena
November 2Columbia, SCTownship Auditorium
November 3Knoxville, TNTennessee Theatre
November 5Tulsa, OKBOK Center
November 6Kansas City, MOThe Midland by AMC
November 7Broomfield, CO1st Bank Center
November 9West Valley City, UTThe E Center
November 12Spokane, WAINB Performing Arts Center
November 13Tacoma, WATacoma Dome
November 14Portland, ORMemorial Coliseum
November 15Eugene, ORHult Center for Performing Arts
November 18Sacramento, CAMemorial Auditorium
November 20 – 21San Francisco, CABill Graham Civic Auditorium
November 26 – 27Los Angeles, CANokia Theatre
November 28San Diego, CASan Diego Sports Arena
December 4 – 5Phoenix, AZDodge Theatre
December 7El Paso, TXAbraham Chavez Theatre
December 9San Antonio, TXFreeman Coliseum
December 10Houston, TXHobby Center
December 11Cedar Park, TXCedar Park Center
December 12Frisco, TXDr Pepper Arena