Hello, Dolly! Tour Schedule 2018

NOW PLAYING AT:

Dates City Location Tickets
Dec 11 – Dec 16 (2018) West Palm Beach, FL Raymond F. Kravis Center View tickets

UPCOMING CITIES:

Jan 8 – Jan 13 (2019) Tempe, AZ ASU Gammage View tickets
Jan 15 – Jan 20 (2019) San Diego, CA Civic Theatre View tickets
Jan 22 – Jan 27 (2019) Costa Mesa, CA Segerstrom Center View tickets
Jan 29 – Feb 17 (2019) Los Angeles, CA Pantages Theatre View tickets
Feb 19 – Mar 17 (2019) San Francisco, CA Golden Gate Theatre View tickets
Mar 19 – Mar 24 (2019) Las Vegas, NV The Smith Center View tickets
Mar 27 – Apr 7 (2019) Denver, CO Buell Theatre View tickets
Apr 9 – Apr 14 (2019) Des Moines, IA Des Moines Civic Center View tickets
Apr 16 – Apr 28 (2019) Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theatre View tickets
Apr 30 – May 5 (2019) Nashville, TN Tennessee PA Center View tickets
May 7 – May 12 (2019) Columbus, OH Ohio Theatre View tickets
May 14 – May 19 (2019) Louisville, KY Kentucky Center View tickets
May 21 – May 26 (2019) Durham, NC Durham PA Center View tickets
May 28 – Jun 2 (2019) Greenville, SC Peace Center View tickets
Jun 4 – Jul 7 (2019) Washington, DC Opera House View tickets
Jul 9 – Jul 14 (2019) Charlotte, NC Belk Theater View tickets
Jul 17 – Jul 28 (2019) Dallas, TX Music Hall At Fair Park View tickets
Aug 6 – Aug 11 (2019) Pittsburgh, PA Benedum Center View tickets
Aug 13 – Aug 25 (2019) Boston, MA Opera House View tickets

Hello, Dolly! revival is only gaining traction. This legendary show came back to American cities in 2017 and continue touring across the USA. Some even say that it is the best show of the year. New is the good old! The main role was played by Betty Buckley in this production.

You will be able to see the show in the following cities: West Palm Beach, Los Angeles, Dallas, and San Francisco. Don’t be disappointed, if your city is not on the list: the additional stops will be announced closer to the events.

We still don’t know the full cast of this productions, but we are familiar with the creators of the show: choreographer Warren Carlyle, costume designer Santo Loquasto, sound designer Scott Lehrer, lighting designer Natasha Katz, and composer Larry Hochman.