Labyrinth Concert to Tour 30 US Cities

Published: June 21, 2024
Categories: News

From “Magic Dance” to “Underground” to “Chilly Down” to “As the World Falls Down,” Jim Henson’s classic film Labyrinth features some of the best soundtrack songs from the 1980s. And now a concert is going on tour.

The Jim Henson Company has announced that Labyrinth: The Concert will be touring through 30 cities through the United States this September and October, including Cleveland, Dallas, Orlando, and New Orleans.

The show will consist of a screening of the film accompanied by a live band to bring David Bowie’s brilliant music to life.

Tickets are on sale now. Find out more, including how to get tickets, at the Labyrinth: In Concert website.

You can find a full list of cities, dates, and venues for the tour below!

September 24Morgantown, WVMetropolitan Theatre
September 25Reading, PASantander PAC
September 26Glenside, PAKeswick Theatre
September 27York, PAPullo Center
September 28Concord, NHCapitol Center for the Arts
September 29Mississauga, ON, CanadaLiving Arts Centre
October 1Rutland, VTParamount Theatre
October 2Medford, MAChevalier Theatre
October 3Patchogue, NYPatchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
October 5Munhall, PACarnegie Music Hall of Homestead
October 7Cleveland, OHAgora Theatre
October 8Louisville, KYLouisville Palace
October 9Columbus, OHKEMBA Live
October 10Lexington, KYLexington Opera House
October 11Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
October 12Detroit, MIMasonic Cathedral Theatre
October 13Milwaukee, WIPabst Theater
October 14Cincinnati, OHTaft Theatre
October 16Saint Paul, MNFitzgerald Theater
October 17Waukegan, ILGenesee Theatre
October 18Kansas City, MOUptown Theater
October 19Omaha, NEHolland Center
October 21Dallas, TXMajestic Theater
October 22New Orleans, LAOrpheum Theater
October 23Atlanta, GAThe Eastern
October 24Jacksonville, FLFlorida Theatre
October 25Orlando, FLPlaza Live
October 26Clearwater, FLRuth Eckerd Hall
October 27Fort Lauderdale, FLThe Parker

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