Singer-songwriter Josh Groban, who received a Tony nomination for his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, has announced the itinerary for his summer 2019 Bridges tour, which will launch June 7 at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Illinois.
Joining Groban for select dates on this leg of his tour are country music singer-songwriter Jennifer Nettles (who appeared on Broadway in Chicago) and acclaimed instrumentalist Chris Botti.
Tickets for almost all dates will go on sale to the general public February 15 at 10 AM local time. Visit JoshGroban.com for more information.
The current itinerary follows:
June 7: Highland Park, Illinois (Ravinia Festival)
June 8: Interlochen, Michigan (Interlochen Center for the Arts)
June 12: Cincinnati, Ohio (U.S. Bank Arena, with Nettles)
June 13: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena, with Nettles)
June 15: Uniondale, New York (Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, with Nettles)
June 16: Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania (Mohegan Sun Arena, with Nettles)
June 18: Grand Rapids, Michigan (Van Andel Arena, with Botti)
June 19: Indianapolis, Indiana (Bankers Life Fieldhouse, with Nettles)
June 21: Hershey, Pennsylvania (GIANT Center, with Botti)
June 22: Manchester, New Hampshire (SNHU Arena, with Botti)
June 24: Portland, Maine (Cross Insurance Arena, with Botti)
June 26: Providence, Rhode Island (Dunkin Donuts Center, with Botti)
June 28: Verona, New York (Turning Stone Casino & Resort)
July 7: Vienna, Virginia (Wolf Trap)
August 20: Bend, Oregon (Lee Schwab Amphitheater)
August 22: Troutdale, Oregon (McMenamins Edgefield Concerts on the Lawn)
August 28: Morrison, Colorado (Red Rocks Amphitheater)
August 30: Boise, Idaho (Outlaw Field at Idaho Botanical Garden)
September 5: Santa Barbara, California (Santa Barbara Bowl)
September 6: Livermore, California (The Concerts at Wente Vineyards)
As previously announced, Groban's recent Madison Square Garden concert arrives in movie theatres nationwide February 12 in collaboration with Trafalgar Releasing and Warner Bros. Records. Groban was joined by Tony winner Idina Menzel and Grammy winner Nettles for the evening, which marked the end of the first leg of his Bridges tour.