Josh Groban 2015 Tour
5/7/15 - Baritone ballad crooner Josh Groban is gearing up for his approaching 2015 Tour, which is set to kick off on September 12 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center in Atlanta, GA. The singer is also busy promoting his new album, Stages, which is his eighth studio album to date. He stopped by the set of Dancing With The Stars on Monday along with Carly Rae Jepsen to celebrate the semifinalists, singing a beautiful rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” while professional dancers known for several Sia music videos performed on stage. The singer is also exploring a burgeoning comedy career, although there is no word on whether Groban plans to mix the two professions in his upcoming tour. Come find out when everything kicks off this September!
2014 In the Round Tour
With over 25 million records sold and three #1 albums, Josh Groban is one of the most popular artists in the country and continues to be a top ticket in Los Angeles. The multi-talented Groban writes, produces, sings and even acts. Groban’s most recent album All That Echoes was released in May and features his single “Brave” and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)”. On 5/6, the crooner announced his upcoming “In the Round” Tour to support the album.
The tour begins on 10/2 at the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho and concludes on 11/13 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. In the Round will feature a revolving 360-degree stage in the middle of the floor, allowing Groban to interact will fans in all parts of the arena. He will be accompanied by a 7-piece ensemble of world-class musicians, as well as a local orchestra and choir for each city.
The average price for Josh Groban tickets to In the Round is $175. The most expensive show is 11/12 in Houston at the Toyota Center, with an average price of $272. At $124, the 10/23 show at the Palace of Auburn Hills is the least expensive. Groban will also perform a handful of dates this summer including 7/24 at Sonoma State University, 8/10 at the Ravinia Festival in Illinois, 8/16 at Wolf Trap National Park in Virginia, and 8/18 at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta.