'The Masked Singer' Announces Tour After Another Stunning Reveal

The show is coming to a town near you with new surprises

February 13, 2020

It’s time that we accept that The Masked Singer is not going anywhere. The singing show featuring a giant Banana and Turtle singing well-worn hits as Robin Thicke and Jenny McCarthy look on, still feels like a fever dream every time it comes on the TV, but it’s now a certified phenomenon. Season 3 has included some shockingly big names under the mask, and now the show is ready to hit the road.

The Masked Singer is launching a national US tour, kicking off in Detroit in May and hitting over 45 cities before wrapping in Los Angeles in August. If you’re keeping score, that’s 15 cities for The Rolling Stones, and over 45 for the singing Llama. According to a release, fans can expect to “see their favorite characters brought to life onstage, as well as surprise celebrity guests, amazing new performances and a can’t-miss spectacular live show for audiences of all ages.”

Season 3 debuted after the Super Bowl earlier this month on Fox, launching with its biggest reveal yet. Lil Wayne was the first contestant asked to “take it off,” after performing a Lenny Kravitz song as a robot. He’s been followed by The Price Is Right host Drew Carey, and music legend Chaka Khan. The “I Feel For You” singer was revealed to be Miss Monster on this week’s edition of the show, and tells Billboard that it’s the “weirdest” experience of her career.

“What part did I really enjoy? It was really a labor of love... some kind of labor,” she admits. “It was really harder than I thought it would it be. It's a lot of work.” That's a glowing endorsement from Chaka Khan.

Amazingly, there’s still 15 contestants left for this season, with no word on who might be joining this trek across the country. You can find the full list of dates below.


5/28 - Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre

5/29 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre

5/30 - Pittsburgh, PA- Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

5/31 - Columbus, OH - Palace Theatre

6/2 - Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theater

6/3 - Minneapolis, MN - Orpheum Theatre

6/4 - Des Moines, IA - Des Moines Civic Center

6/5 - Rosemont, IL - Rosemont Theatre

6/6 - St. Louis, MO - Stifel Theatre

6/7 - Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

6/9 - Cleveland, OH - KeyBank State Theatre at Playhouse Square

6/10 - Baltimore, MD - Hippodrome Theatre

6/11 - Washington, DC - Warner Theatre

6/12 - Newark, NJ - NJPAC

6/13 - Boston, MA - Boch Center Wang Theatre

6/14 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena

6/17 - Philadelphia, PA - The Met

6/18 - Richmond, VA - Dominion Energy Center

6/19 - Durham, NC -  DPAC

6/20 - Charlotte, NC - Ovens Auditorium at the Bojangles Arts Center

6/21 - Atlanta, GA - Fox Theatre

6/22 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

6/24 - Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

6/25 - Jacksonville, FL - Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts

6/26 - Orlando, FL - Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

6/27 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Broward Center for the Performing Arts

6/28 - St. Petersburg, FL - The Mahaffey Theater

6/30 - Birmingham, AL - BJCC Concert Hall

6/30 - New Orleans, LA - Saenger Theatre

7/2 - Sugar Land, TX - Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

7/8 - San Antonio, TX - Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

7/10 - Irving, TX - The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

7/11 - Tulsa, OK - Brady Theater

7/12 - Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater

7/15 - Denver, CO - Ellie Caulkins Opera House

7/16 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kingsbury Hall

7/18 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre

7/19 - Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium

7/22  -San Jose, CA - San Jose Civic Auditorium

7/24 - Las Vegas, NV - The Smith Center

7/25 - Reno, NV - Grand Sierra Theatre

7/26 - Fresno, CA - William Saroyan Theatre

7/28  - Tucson, AZ - Tucson Music Hall

7/29 - Phoenix, AZ - Arizona Federal Theatre

7/30 - San Diego, CA - San Diego Civic Theatre

8/1 - Los Angeles, CA - Orpheum Theatre

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