Former glee stars Lea Michele and Darren Criss will be hitting the road for their LMDC tour, according to People. They announced this news on Monday in a video where they both seem pretty excited. The LMDC tour will consist of 9 shows, starting in Nashville on May 30th and and heading into Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Indianapolis, Columbus, Easton, Newark and Toronto.
“We’ve always had so much fun performing together for one-off gigs, so it’s high time we took that show on the road,” Michele and Criss, both 31, said in a joint statement. “We share so much musical history together between Glee, Broadway, and our own solo projects, so it will be fun to put it all together for our fans in one big show.”
.@LeaMichele and I are going on tour together!!
It’ll be a little bit of everything- Lea’s solo music, MY solo music, & lots of songs we’ve always wanted to do from Glee, Broadway, and beyond.
— Darren Criss (@DarrenCriss) April 9, 2018
Criss’ tweet also includes a video of the duo announcing their tour in a silly song. They joked about writing a song about going on tour together and shared their enthusiasm to be performing together. The pre-sale begins on Wednesday and general ticket sales will begin on Friday.
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