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Dancing with the Stars: Live! is a series of shows featuring professional dancers and celebrities from Dancing with the Stars. Following three seasons of Dancing with the Stars - The Tour, it started on 27 December 2014.

The shows feature the dancers in a new production showcasing every type of dance style ranging from Tango to Foxtrot, Cha-Cha-Cha to Waltz, and everything in between. Audiences have the opportunity to experience live on stage in their hometown the excitement, glamour, and glitz they see in the ballroom every Monday night.


The tour will begin 6 January and run through 12 March 2023. Celebrities to be included are Gabby Windey as co-host, Daniel Durant, Charli D'Amelio, Heidi D'Amelio, and Vinny Guadagnino will appear as special guests. Dancers include Britt Stewart, Alan Bersten, Emma Slater, Gleb Savchenko, Brandon Armstrong, Alexis Warr, Sasha Farber, and Kateryna Klishyna.


The tour began 7 January and ran through 27 March 2022. Celebrities included Kaitlyn Bristowe, Amanda Kloots, and Jimmie Allen. Iman Shumpert appeared as special guest. Dancers included Artem Chigvintsev, Emma Slater, Britt Stewart, Sasha Farber, Daniella Karagach, Pasha Pashkov, Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten, and Gleb Savchenko.

Stops included Richmond, VA, 7 Jan; Oxon Hill, MD, 8 Jan; Bethlehem, PA, 9 Jan; Morristown, NJ, 11-12 Jan; Boston, MA, 13 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 14-15 Jan; Lancaster, PA, 17 Jan; New Brunswick, NJ, 19 Jan; Lancaster, PA, 21-23 Jan; Washington, DC, 24 Jan; Verona, NY, 25 Jan; Philadelphia, PA, 26 Jan; New York, NY, 28 Jan; Pittsburgh, PA, 29 Jan, Niagara Falls, ON, 30 Jan; Windsor, ON, 1 Feb; Akron, OH, 4 Feb; Columbus, OH, 5 Feb; Indianapolis, IN, 6 Feb; Cincinnati, OH, 7 Feb; Rosemont, IL, 8 Feb; Appleton, WI, 9 Feb; Reno, NV, 26 Mar; and Modesto, CA, 27 Mar.


The tour began 9 January and ran through 7 April 2020. Celebrities included Sailor Cook, Kate Flannery, Lauren Alaina, Ally Brooke, Kel Mitchell, and Hannah Brown. Dancers included Witney Carson, Gleb Savchenko, Lindsay Arnold, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Jenna Johnson, Emma Slater, Sasha Farber, Alan Bersten, Pasha Pashkov, Daniella Karagach, and Brandon Armstrong. Joe Amabile appeared as a special guest.[1] Sean Spicer was in the audience for opening night in Richmond, and Val brought him onstage to receive a lap dance from Alan.[2]

Stops included Richmond, VA, 9 Jan; Atlantic City, NJ, 10 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 11-12 Jan; Rochester, NY, 14 Jan; Albany, NY, 15 Jan; Boston, MA, 16-17 Jan; Bethlehem, PA, 18 Jan; New Brunswick, NJ, 19 Jan; Lancaster, PA, 21-23 Jan; Washington, DC, 24 Jan; Verona, NY, 25 Jan; Philadelphia, PA, 26 Jan; New York, NY, 28 Jan; Pittsburgh, PA, 29 Jan, Niagara Falls, ON, 30 Jan; Windsor, ON, 1 Feb; Akron, OH, 4 Feb; Columbus, OH, 5 Feb; Indianapolis, IN, 6 Feb; Cincinnati, OH, 7 Feb; Rosemont, IL, 8 Feb; Appleton, WI, 9 Feb; Prior Lake, MN, 11 Feb; and Ames, IA, 12 Feb.

Planned stops in Peoria, IL, 13 Feb; St. Louis, MO, 14 Feb; Louisville, KY, 15 Feb; Nashville, TN, 16 Feb; Greenville, SC, 18 Feb; Durham, NC, 19 Feb; N. Charleston, SC, 20 Feb; Clearwater, FL, 21-22 Feb; Orlando, FL, 23 Feb; Hollywood, FL, 25 Feb; Jacksonville, FL, 26 Feb; Atlanta, GA, 27 Feb; Columbia, SC, 28 Feb; Charlotte, NC, 29 Feb; Knoxville, TN, 1 Mar; Huntsville, AL, 3 Mar; Birmingham, AL, 4 Mar, New Orleans, LA, 5 Mar; Shreveport, LA, 6 Mar; Sugar Land, TX, 7 Mar; Grand Prairie, TX, 8 Mar; Kansas City, MO, 10 Mar; Omaha, NE, 11 Mar; Davenport, IA, 12 Mar; Rockford, IL, 13 Mar; Milwaukee, WI, 14 Mar; Sioux City, IA, 15 Mar; Colorado Springs, CO, 17 Mar; Denver, CO, 18 Mar; Salt Lake City, UT, 19 Mar; Boise, ID, 20 Mar; Reno, NV, 21 Mar; Stockton, CA, 22 Mar; Riverside, CA, 24 Mar; Costa Mesa, CA, 25 Mar; San Diego, CA, 26 Mar; Phoenix, AZ, 27 Mar; Indio, CA, 28 Mar; Los Angeles, CA, 29 Mar; Bakersfield, CA, 31 Mar; Fresno, CA, 1 Apr; Redding, CA, 2 Apr; Oakland, CA, 3 Apr; Seattle, WA, 5 Apr; Spokane, WA, 6 Apr; and Portland, OR, 7 Apr were postponed and later cancelled due to coronavirus fears.[3]

Dancing with the Stars: Live Tour 2020 is produced by Faculty Productions in association with BBC Studios. The show is directed by Mark "Swany" Swanhart and co-directed by Amanda Balen.


The "A Night to Remember" tour began in December 2018 and ran through February 2019. Dancers included Witney Carson, Emma Slater, Jenna Johnson, Alan Bersten, Gleb Savchenko, Artem Chigvintsev, Sasha Farber, Brandon Armstrong, Hayley Erbert, and Britt Stewart.

Stops included Columbia, SC, 15 Dec; Augusta, GA, 16 Dec; Birmingham, AL 19 Dec; Chattanooga, TN, 20 Dec; Knoxville, TN, 21 Dec; Charleston, WV, 27 Dec; Raleigh, NC, 28 Dec; Spartanburg, SC, 29 Dec; North Charleston, SC, 30 Dec; Charlotte, NC, 31 Dec; Richmond, VA, 2 Jan; Pittsburgh, PA, 3 Jan; Verona, NY, 4 Jan; Windsor, ON, 5 Jan; Kitchener, ON, 6 Jan; Rochester, NY, 8 Jan; Oxon Hill, MD, 9 Jan; Baltimore, MD, 10 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 12-13 Jan; New York, NY, 15 Jan; Boston, MA, 17-18 Jan; Buffalo, NY, 27 Jan; Akron, OH, 29 Jan; Columbus, OH, 30 Jan; Cincinnati, OH, 31 Jan; Indianapolis, IN, 1 Feb; Rosemont, IL, 2 Feb; Milwaukee, WI, 4 Feb; Minneapolis, MN, 5 Feb; Grand Prairie, TX, 7 Feb; Sugar Land, TX 8 Feb; Memphis, TN, 9 Feb; Nashville, TN, 10 Feb; Atlanta, GA, 11 Feb; Hollywood, FL 13 Feb; Clearwater, FL, 14 Feb; Sarasota, FL, 15 Feb; Orlando, FL, 16 Feb; and Jacksonville, FL, 17 Feb.


The "Light Up the Night" tour ran from 30 December 2017 through 18 March 2018. Celebrities included Frankie Muniz and Jordan Fisher. Dancers included Lindsay Arnold, Alan Bersten, Sharna Burgess, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe, Gleb Savchenko, engaged couple Emma Slater and Sasha Farber, Jenna Johnson, Hayley Erbert, and Brandon Armstrong.[4]

Stops included Charlotte, NC, 30 Dec; Greenville, SC, 31 Dec; Atlanta, GA, 2 Jan; Richmond, VA, 3 Jan; Philadelphia, PA, 4 Jan; Kitchener, ON, 5 Jan; Rama, ON, 6 Jan; Rama, ON, 7 Jan; New Brunswick, NJ, 9 Jan; Washington, DC, 10 Jan; Bethlehem, PA, 12 Jan; Bethlehem, PA, 13 Jan; Lancaster, PA, 14-15 Jan; Pittsburgh, PA, 16 Jan; New York, NY, 18 Jan; Verona, NC, 19 Jan; Windsor, ON, 20 Jan; Buffalo, NY, 21 Jan; Bangor, ME, 23 Jan; Portland, ME, 24 Jan; Boston, MA, 25 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 26 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 27 Jan; Baltimore, MD, 28 Jan; Cleveland, OH, 30 Jan; Columbus, OH, 31 Jan; Cincinnati, OH, 1 Feb; Indianapolis, IN, 2 Feb; Rosemont, IL, 3 Feb; Ames, IA, 5 Feb; Rockford, IL, 6 Feb; Fort Wayne, IN, 7 Feb; Knoxville, TN, 8 Feb; Birmingham, AL, 9 Feb; Nashville, TN, 11 Feb; Sarasota, FL, 13 Feb; Clearwater, FL, 14 Feb; Hollywood, FL, 15 Feb; Naples, FL, 16 Feb; Jacksonville, FL, 17 Feb; Orlando, FL, 18 Feb; Austin, TX, 21 Feb; Wichita Falls, TX, 22 Feb; Dallas, TX, 23 Feb; Sugar Land, TX, 24 Feb; McAllen, TX, 25 Feb; Midland, TX, 26 Feb; Amarillo, TX, 27 Feb; Albuquerque, NM, 1 Mar; El Paso, TX, 2 Mar; Phoenix, AZ, 3 Mar; San Diego, CA, 4 Mar; Riverside, CA, 6 Mar; Riverside, CA, 7 Mar; Stockton, CA, 8 Mar; San Jose, CA, 9 Mar; Redding, CA, 10 Mar; Eugene, OR, 11 Mar; Seattle, WA, 13 Mar; Spokane, WA, 14 Mar; Boise, ID, 15 Mar; Reno, NV, 16 Mar; Santa Barbara, CA, 17 Mar; and Los Angeles, CA, 18 Mar.

Summer 2017[]

The "Hot Summer Nights" tour ran from 16 June through 13 August. Dancers included Emma Slater, Sasha Farber, Sharna Burgess, Artem Chigvintsev, Lindsay Arnold, Hayley Erbert, Gleb Savchenko, Keo Motsepe, Alan Bersten, and Britt Stewart. Celebrities included Rashad Jennings and Heather Morris.

Stops included Atlantic City, NJ, 16-17 Jun;Morristown, NJ, 18 Jun; Morristown, NJ, 19 Jun; Erie, PA, 21 Jun; Rochester, PA, 22 Jun; Albany, NY, 23 Jun; Hershey, PA, 24 Jun; Lowell, MA, 25 Jun; White Plains, NY, 27 Jun; Binghamton, NY, 28 Jun; Washington DC, 29 Jun; Uncasville, CT, 30 Jun; Uncasville, CT, 1 Jul; Durham, NC, 2 Jul; Nashville, TN, 10 Jul; Louisville, KY, 11 Jul; Huntsville, AL, 12 Jul; Memphis, TN, 13 Jul; Shreveport, LA, 14 Jul; San Antonio, TX, 15 Jul; Corpus Christi, TX, 16 Jul; Little Rock, AR, 18 Jul; Tulsa, OK, 19 Jul; Enid, OK, 20 Jul; Springfield, MO, 21 Jul; St. Louis, MO, 22 Jul; Milwaukee, WI, 23 Jul; Peoria, IL, 25 Jul; Akron, OH, 26 Jul; Grand Rapids, MI, 27 Jul; Detroit, MI, 28 Jul; Merrilville, IN, 29 Jul; Minneapolis, MN, 30 Jul; Omaha, NE, 1 Aug; Kansas City, MO, 2 Aug; Salina, KS, 3 Aug; Denver, CO, 4 Aug; Salt Lake City, UT, 5 Aug; Las Vegas, NV, 6 Aug; Tucson, AZ, 8 Aug; San Diego, CA, 9 Aug; Long Beach, CA, 10 Aug; Oakland, CA, 11 Aug; Reno, NV, 12 Aug; and Fresno, CA, 13 August.

Winter 2017[]

The "We Came to Dance" tour ran from 16 December 2016 through 14 Feb 2017. Dancers included Lindsay Arnold, Artem Chigvintsev, Sharna Burgess, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Emma Slater, Hayley Erbert, Gleb Savchenko, Keo Motsepe, Alan Bersten, and Jenna Johnson. Celebrities included Laurie Hernandez.

Stops included Reno, NV, 16 Dec; New York City 17 Jan.


The "Dance All Night" tour ran from 15 December 2015 through 14 February 2016. Dancers included Lindsay Arnold, Sharna Burgess, Artem Chigvintsev, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Keo Motsepe, Peta Murgatroyd, Emma Slater, Alan Bersten, Brittany Cherry, and Jenna Johnson.

Stops included Salt Lake City, UT, 15 Dec; Colorado Springs, CO, 16 Dec; Denver, CO, 17 Dec; Kansas City, MO, 18 Dec; Houston, TX, 20 Dec; Los Angeles, CA, 23 Dec; New Orleans, LA, 27 Dec; Nashville, TN, 28 Dec; Birmingham, AL, 29 Dec; Shreveport, LA, 30 Dec; Atlanta, GA, 31 Dec; Niagara Falls, NY, 2 Jan; Verona, NY, 3 Jan; White Plains, NY, 5 Jan; New York, NY, 6 Jan; Boston, MA, 7 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 8 Jan; Bethlehem, PA, 10 Jan; Baltimore, MD, 12 Jan; Red Bank, NJ, 13 Jan; Philadelphia, PA, 14 Jan; Rama, ON, 16 Jan; Columbus, OH, 17 Jan; Lancaster, PA, 19 Jan; Pittsburgh, PA, 20 Jan; Windsor, ON, 22 Jan; Merrillville, IN, 23 Jan; Cincinnati, OH, 24 Jan; Durham, NC, 26 Jan; Jacksonville, FL, 27 Jan; Orlando, FL, 28 Jan; Sarasota, FL, 29 Jan; Clearwater, FL, 30 Jan; West Palm Beach, FL, 1 Feb; Austin, TX, 4 Feb; Thackerville, OK, 5 Feb; San Antonio, TX, 6 Feb; San Diego, CA, 8 Feb; San Jose, CA, 9 Feb; Stockton, CA,10 Feb; Reno, NV, 12 Feb; Riverside, CA, 13 Feb; Phoenix, AZ, 14 Feb;


The "Perfect Ten Tour" ran from 13 June through 11 August. It was hosted by Melissa Rycroft. Dancers included Witney Carson, Val Chmerkovskiy, Artem Chigvintsev, Peta Murgatroyd, Emma Slater, Alan Bersten, Brittany Cherry, Sasha Farber, and Jenna Johnson. Celebrities included Alfonso Ribeiro.

Stops included Atlantic City, NJ, 13 Jun; Saratoga, NY, 14 Jun; Washington, DC, 15 Jun; Morristown, NJ, 16 Jun; Worcester, MA, 19 Jun; Uncasville, CT, 20 Jun; Hershey, PA, 21 Jun; Binghamton, NY, 23 Jun; Erie, PA, 24 Jun; Richmond, VA, 25 Jun; Portsmouth, VA, 26 Jun; Cherokee, NC, 27 Jun; Charlotte, NC, 28 Jun; Fresno, CA, 2 Jul; Las Vegas, NV, 3 & 5 Jul; Boise, ID, 7 Jul; Spokane, WA, 8 Jul; Seattle, WA, 9 Jul; Portland, OR, 10 Jul; Redding, CA, 11 Jul; Sacramento, CA, 12 Jul; Bakersfield, CA, 14 Jul; Costa Mesa, CA, 15 Jul; Albuquerque, NM, 17 Jul; El Paso, TX, 18 Jul; Corpus Christi, TX, 19 Jul; Park City, KS, 21 Jul; Omaha, NE, 22 Jul; Sioux Falls, IA, 23 Jul; Madison, WI, 24 Jul; Davenport, IA, 25 Jul; Springfield, MO, 26 Jul; Toledo, OH, Jul; Huber Heights, OH, 30 Jul; Fort Wayne, IN, 31 Jul; Evansville, IN, 1 Aug; Louisville, KY, 2 Aug; Huntsville, AL, 4 Aug; Charleston, WV, 5 Aug; New Buffalo, MI, 7 Aug; Akron, OH, 8 Aug; and Rockford, IL, 11 Aug.


The tour ran from 17 December 2008 through 8 February 2009. Celebrities included Lance Bass, Toni Braxton, Maurice Greene, and Marlee Matlin. Dancers included Mark Ballas, Cheryl Burke, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Derek Hough, Kym Johnson, Alec Mazo, Fabian Sanchez, Lacey Schwimmer, Edyta Śliwińska, and Karina Smirnoff.

Stops included San Diego, CA, 17 Dec; Ontario, CA, 18 Dec; San Jose, CA, 18 Dec; Reno, NV, 21 Dec; Sacramento, CA, 22 Dec; Los Angeles, CA, 27 Dec; Glendale, AZ, 28 Dec; Las Vegas, NV, 29 Dec; Salt Lake City, UT, 30 Dec; Tulsa, OK, 2 Jan; Dallas, TX, 4 Jan; San Antonio, TX, 5 Jan; Kansas City, MO, 7 Jan; Moline, IL, 8 Jan; Rosemont, IL, 9 Jan; Detroit, MI, 11 Jan; Toronto, ON, 12 Jan; Cleveland, OH, 13 Jan; Indianapolis, IN, 15 Jan; St. Louis, MO, 16 Jan; Cincinnati, OH, 17 Jan; Columbus, OH, 18 Jan; Nashville, TN, 20 Jan; Tampa, FL, 22 Jan; Sunrise, FL, 23 Jan; Orlando, FL, 24 Jan; Atlanta, GA, 25 Jan; Greensboro, NC, 27 Jan; Raleigh, NC, 28 Jan, Washington, DC, 29 Jan; Uncasville, CT, 30-31 Jan; Providence, RI, 2 Feb; Wilkes Barre, PA, 3 Feb; Uniondale, NY, 4 Feb; Newark, NJ, 7 Feb; and Philadelphia, PA, 8 Feb.


The third cast of Dancing with the Stars - The Tour featured an ensemble of the show's most popular competitors including season five's Wayne Newton with Cheryl Burke, Sabrina Bryan with Mark Ballas, season three's Joey Lawrence with Edyta Śliwińska, and Monique Coleman with Alec Mazo, as well as professional dancers Derek Hough, Brian Fortuna, and Kym Johnson. Dances were choreographed by Louis van Amstel.


The tour ran from 19 December 2006 through 11 February 2007.[5] Celebrities included Harry Hamlin, Emmitt Smith, Joey McIntyre, Drew Lachey, Joey Lawrence, and Lisa Rinna. Dancers included Kym Johnson, Karina Smirnoff, Edyta Śliwińska, Louis van Amstel and Cheryl Burke.[6]

Stops included San Jose, CA, 27 Dec; Rosemont, IL, 5 Jan; and Atlantic City, NJ, 11 Feb.


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