American Idol: Season 9's Top Ten Finalists Perform Live at STAPLES Center
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The last date listed for American Idols LIVE! Tour 2010 was Friday August 13, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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The all-new Disney On Ice family spectacular Rockin' Ever After skates into Los Angeles on its North American tour. In this new twist on fairy-tale fun, your favorite Disney characters compete in a talent show to determine who will be the next superstar. The show features comical segments starring Ariel and Sebastian, Rapunzel and Flynn, the Beast and Belle, and introducing Merida from Disney*Pixar's Brave, in her skating debut. The upbeat music and energetic choreography will have both you and your kids singing and dancing along with beloved characters. It's an exciting mash-up of entertainment on the ice that incorporates all your favorite Disney moments in a fresh new way. Learn More
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Featured review from Alicia Creger
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The tickets were very reasonable and the seats were great. Our tickets were ready at will call. The performers gave a fantastic show and the voices sounded even better live. I would definitely attend another American Idol concert. Was worth the money.
The Top 10 finalists – Aaron Kelly, Andrew Garcia, Casey James, Crystal Bowersox, Didi Benami, Katie Stevens, Lee DeWyze, Michael Lynche, Siobhan Magnus, and Tim Urban – will hit the road this summer on the American Idols LIVE! Tour 2010.
American Idols LIVE! Tour 2010 gives fans a chance once again to catch their favorite “Idols” performing live in a town near them.
Simon Fuller, creator and executive producer of American Idol stated, “We are all looking forward to this year’s American Idol LIVE! Tour. This is always one of the highlights of the year. Each of the Idols have the chance to meet the people that voted for them and perform at incredible venues all over America, another special moment in their developing careers.”