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If you can’t get enough of Dancing with the Starsyou don’t want to miss the “Light Up The Night” tour this winter. Our favorite pros are bringing the glitziest ballrooms directly to your city with the Dancing with the Stars “Light Up The Night” tour. Here’s what you need to know about the tour dates, tickets, and which DWTS cast member is joining the show.

“Light Up The Night”

After the mega-successful DWTS “Hot Summer Nights” tour with season 24 winner, Rashad Jennings, DWTS is going to light up winter celebrations with glitz and glam. The new production will feature former dances seen on DWTS —from contemporary and jazz to salsas and sambas, and everything in between! And we can’t help but get excited about seeing original routines choreographed by Emmy winner, Mandy Moore.

Our favorite DWTS pros will travel across the nation before the next season begins. Season 25’s newly crowned winner, Lindsay Arnold, will hit the road with Alan Bersten, Sharna Burgess, Witney Carson, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater, Sasha Farber, and Jenna Johnson with Hayley Erbert and Brandon Armstrong.

Season 23 champion, Laurie Hernandez and last season’s Rashad Jennings made the last two tours memorable. So, fans of the hit dance show were excited to find out which of the celeb-testants from season 25 will join the tour.

Since the tour was conceived, only one celeb joined the cast of pros. But for the first time in the DWTS tour history, two celebrities will join the “Light Up the Night Tour.” The announcement was made towards the end of the finale last night. Reigning ballroom champion, Jordan Fisher and the real underdog of the season, Frankie Muniz are hitting the road this winter.

The DWTS “Light Up The Night” tour kicks off on December 30, 2017, in North Carolina. This time, additional cities have been added to the tour. Ticket sales are now live! Head over to TicketMaster to purchase tickets for a show in your city. VIP packages are also available on VIPNation, which includes access to a meet and greet with the cast, among other perks.

The tour will conclude on March 18, 2018 —just in time for us to know who will join the all-athlete cast of Dancing with the Stars 2018. We know that athletes have had a strong run in the ballroom. So, this one will be worth the wait!

Check out the tour dates and venues for the DWTS “Light Up The Night” tour below. For more information, check out

Date Venue
December 30 Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC
December 31 Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Greenville, SC
January 2 The Fox, Atlanta, GA
January 3 Altria Theater, Richmond, VA
January 4 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA
January 5 Centre in the Square, Kitchener, ON
January 6 Casino Rama, Rama, ON
January 7 Casino Rama, Rama, ON (Matinee Show)
January 9 State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ
January 10 The Theater at MGM National Harbor National Harbor , MD
January 12 Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA
January 13 Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA
January 14 American Music Theatre, Lancaster, PA (Matinee Show)
January 15 American Music Theatre, Lancaster, PA
January 16 Benedum Center, Pittsburgh, PA
January 18 Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
January 19 Turning Stone Resort Casino Event Center, Verona, NY
January 20 Casino Windsor, Windsor, ON
January 21 Shea’s Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY
January 23 Cross Insurance Center, Bangor, ME
January 24 Merrill Auditorium, Portland, ME
January 25 Boch Center Wang Theatre, Boston, MA
January 26 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT
January 27 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT
January 28 The Modell Lyric Baltimore, MD
January 30 State Theatre at Playhouse Square Cleveland, OH
January31 Palace Theatre Columbus Columbus, OH
February 1 Taft Theatre Cincinnati, OH
February 2 Murat Theatre at Old National Centre, Indianapolis, IN
February 3 Rosemont Theatre, Rosemont, IL
February 5 Stephens Auditorium, Ames, IA
February 6 Coronado Performing Arts Center ,Rockford, IL
February 7 Embassy Theatre, Fort Wayne, IN
February 8 Knoxville Civic Auditorium, Knoxville, TN
February 9 BJCC Concert Hall, Birmingham, AL
February 10 Von Braun Center Concert Hall, Huntsville, AL
February 11 Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, TN
February 13 Van Wezel, Sarasota, FL
February 14 Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, FL
February 15 Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, FL
February 16 Artis-Naples, Naples, FL
February 17 Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts – Moran Theater Jacksonville, FL
February 18 Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Orlando, FL
February 21 Bass Concert Hall, Austin, TX
February 22 Memorial Auditorium -TX, Wichita Falls, TX
February 23 Music Hall At Fair Park Dallas, TX
February 24 Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, Sugar Land, TX
February 25 McAllen Performing Arts Center, McAllen, TX
February 26 Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center, Midland, TX
February 27 Amarillo Civic Center, Amarillo, TX
March 1 Popejoy Hall, Albuquerque, NM
March 2 Abraham Chavez Theatre, El Paso, TX
March 3 Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
March 4 Jacobs Music Center’s Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, CA
March 6 Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside, CA
March 7 Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside, CA
March 8 Stockton Arena, Stockton, CA
March 9 City National Civic, San Jose, CA
March 10 Redding Convention Center, Redding, CA
March 11 Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Eugene, OR
March 13 WaMu Theater, Seattle, WA
March 14 INB Performing Arts Center, Spokane, WA
March 15 Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, Boise, ID
March 16 Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, Reno, NV
March 17 Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA
March 18 Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, CA