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Glee star Darren Criss announces summer tour

Glee cutie Darren Criss has just announced he’s about to embark on a summer tour.

Darren Criss is going on tour

Blaine Anderson… I mean Darren Criss is going on tour.

The primetime pop singer announced on Twitter, “I’m proud to say, I’m going on tour this Summer!!! Full band. New music. Old music. Let’s do this.”

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Kicking off May 29 in San Francisco, Criss’ “Listen Up” tour will visit 16 U.S. cities before ending in Silver Spring, Maryland, on June 30.

Criss’ website reports he is working on a new full-length solo album, so the tour will give fans a chance to hear the new songs before the album is released.

In a statement posted on, Criss said, “It’s a real opportunity for me to connect with all the people who’ve supported me through the years, as well as a chance to get new folks excited. It’s gonna be a party for everyone!” And who doesn’t love a good party?

Fans can also check out Criss’ Facebook page for exclusive access to pre-sale tickets.

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It’s a big week for Glee fans. First, the show was picked up for at least two more seasons, and now “Blaine” is coming to a city near you! It’s almost more than a Gleek can handle!

Until the lights dim and Criss takes the stage, check out Glee‘s Blaine Anderson and the Dalton Academy Warblers singing Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister.” If you ask me, it’s better than the original!

“Listen Up” tour dates:

May 29: The Fillmore — San Francisco

May 30: House of Blues — Los Angeles

May 31: House of Blues — Anaheim, California

June 3: House of Blues — Dallas

June 4: House of Blues — Houston

June 6: The Cannery Ballroom — Nashville

June 7: Deluxe at Old National Centre — Indianapolis

June 8: House of Blues — Chicago

June 10: Varsity Theater — Minneapolis

June 12: Phoenix Concert Theatre — Toronto

June 13: Sonic Lunch/Michigan Theatre — Ann Arbor, Michigan (This is a free show.)

June 14: House of Blues — Cleveland

June 27: Roseland Ballroom — New York

June 28: Theatre of Living Arts — Philadelphia

June 29: House of Blues — Boston

June 30: The Fillmore — Silver Spring, Maryland

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