Glee cast announce US tour details

The gigs begin in Phoenix on May 18

Glee cast announce US tour details
The cast of TV's Glee have announced details of their first US tour.

Featuring a set that will include covers of Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin'' and Queen's 'Somebody To Love', the tour will begin in Phoenix, Arizona, on May 18 and finish in New York on May 29.

"The response of the fans to our little show has been so immediate and so gratifying," the show's co-creator Ryan Murphy told Billboard. "We wanted to get out and thank them live and in person."

As previously reported, 'Glee: The Music, Volume 1', the soundtrack album for the show, was rush-released in the UK recently after the success of the series.

The dates for Glee 'Live! In Concert!' are as follows:

Phoenix, AZ Dodge Theatre (May 18)
Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheatre (20, 21)
Chicago, IL Rosemont Theatre (25, 26)
New York, NY Radio City Music Hall (28, 29)

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