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Todrick Hall Announces New Zealand Date For World Tour

Todrick Hall Announces New Zealand Date For His ‘Hall American’ World Tour

TEG-DAINTY and Nice Events are excited to announce that Broadway actor and Streamy Award winner Todrick Hall will bring his world tour Todrick Hall American: The Forbidden Tour to Australia and New Zealand in June 2018.

The tour opens up in Auckland on Friday 8 June, and moves on to Adelaide on Sunday 10 June, Melbourne on Wednesday 13 June and Sydney on Thursday 14 June before winding up in Brisbane on Saturday 16 June.

Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on Wednesday 28 February for the five-city tour.

The tour will feature a brand-new storyline with new songs, costumes, and production and will travel throughout North America, Europe and Asia before reaching Australia and New Zealand. Todrick last visited Australia in 2017 with his sold out Straight Outta Oz tour.

Todrick Hall is a singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, choreographer, costume designer, playwright and director. In 2010 Todrick Hall rose to fame as a semi-finalist on the ninth season of American Idol. He focused his talent on creating his own content on YouTube. His videos of flash mobs to songs by Ariana Grande and Beyoncé became viral video sensations. Todrick has amassed nearly 3 million YouTube subscribers and an astounding 513 million YouTube views. He has since choreographed for Beyoncé. He won the 2016 Streamy Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

In 2014, Todrick was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 to watch in Hollywood & Entertainment. He also starred in his self-titled MTV show, TODRICK, which he wrote and directed. The docu-series showed fans a behind the scenes look at Todrick and his creative team as they choreographed and staged elaborate performance videos. He has written and directed commercials for Fiat and theme songs for Sesame Street. He wrote and performed in the Virgin Airlines Safety Video. He has also been a judge and choreographer for RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Todrick was on Broadway starring in the Grammy & Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots. He was also part of the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis, and prior to that he took the stage alongside Fantasia Barrino in The Color Purple.

Todrick Hall has returned to Broadway this winter and is currently starring in the Grammy & Tony Award-winning musical CHICAGO. He also just released his film Todrick Hall Behind The Curtain, an inspiring documentary that shows the hard work and creative power of this multi-talented artist.

TOUR DATES:

AUCKLAND Friday 8 June – Bruce Mason Centre
ADELAIDE Sunday 10 June – The Gov
MELBOURNE Wednesday 13 June – Comedy Theatre
SYDNEY Thursday 14 June – Enmore Theatre
BRISBANE Saturday 16 June – Eatons Hill Hotel

General public tickets on-sale date:
Wednesday 28 February, 10am local time from www.tegdainty.com

CLICK HERE FOR TODRICK HALL IMAGES

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