You know her. You like it. Now get off your bus and go see it live.
Ventriloquist “America has talent” Darci Lynne Farmer, season 12 winner and spinoff series runner-up “AGT: The Champions”, just announced new dates for her Fresh Out of the Box 2019 tour. The talented teen will next be seen at the Jackson County Fair. in Central Point, Oregon on July 12, followed by other summer fairs in Indiana, Delaware and Montana. In total, Darci Lynne and her puppet friends will visit 21 different locations as they tour the United States over the next five months, so scroll down to see when she arrives in your corner.
Since leaving “AGT”, Darci Lynne has continued to perform for her fans in theaters across the country with her puppets Petunia the Rabbit, Oscar the Mouse and Edna the Old Lady. She even enjoyed her first holiday special last December on NBC, “Darci Lynne: My Hometown Christmas,” in which she starred alongside guest superstars like Kristin chenoweth, Toby Keith, Hunter Hayes, Pentatonix and Lindsey Stirling.
Darci Lynne was asked to return to the competitive format earlier this year for an all-new spinoff series, âAmerica’s Got Talent: The Champions,â which featured artists from around the world. She faced heavyweights like Susan boyle and Paul Potts and was shockingly eliminated at first, but was later requested as a wildcard by the judge / producer Simon cowell and finally came in second place to the magician Shin lim.
Here is the list of the next dates of Darci Lynne’s 2019 live tour (buy tickets here):
July 12: Jackson County Fair in Central Point, OR
July 18: Porter County Fair in Valparaiso, IN
July 24: Delaware State Fair in Harrington, DE
August 3: Montana State Fair in Great Falls, MT
August 7: Erie County Fair and Exhibition in Hamburg, NY
August 17: Landmark Theater in Syracuse, NY
August 24: Champlain Valley Exhibition in Essex Junction, VT
Sep 7: York Fairgrounds in York, Pennsylvania
Sep 13: Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, SD
Sep 14: Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, MN
Sep 28: Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center in Atlanta, GA
September 29: Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
October 5: Buell Theater at the Denver Performing Arts Complex in Denver, CO
October 6: Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, CO
October 19: Darci Lynne Live in Atlantic City in Atlantic City, NJ
October 20: DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC
November 9: Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts in Pittsburgh, PA
November 10: FM Kirby Center for the Performing Arts in Wilkes Barre, PA
November 17: Robinson Center in Little Rock, AR
November 23: Palace Theater in Columbus, OH
November 24: Murat Theater in Indianapolis, IN