‘American Idol’ Tour Hits The Road In October

The ‘’ tour dates have been announced, which will see the show’s 10 finalists hitting the road for a six-weeks staring October 8th in San Diego before wrapping up November 20th in Seattle. For a complete list of tour stops, read on.

“American Idol” tour dates:
10/8 – San Diego, CA at Cox Arena
10/9 – Phoenix, AZ at America West Arena
10/12 – San Antonio, TX at Freeman Coliseum
10/13 – Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center
10/14 – Houston, TX at Compaq Center
10/16 – Chicago, IL at Allstate Arena
10/17 – Detroit, MI at Fox Theater
10/18 – Cincinnati, OH at U.S. Bank Arena
10/19 – Nashville, TN at Gaylord Entertainment Center
10/21 – Atlanta, GA at Philips Arena
10/23 – Tampa, FL at Ice Palace
10/24 – Fort Lauderdale, FL at National Car Rental Center
10/27 – Uniondale, NY at Nassau Coliseum
10/28 – Worcester, MA at Worcester’s Centrum Centre
10/29 – Albany, NY at Pepsi Arena
11/1 – Wilkes-Barre, PA at First Union Arena
11/2 – Atlantic City, NJ at Mark Etsess Arena
11/3 – Washington, DC at MCI Center
11/5 – St. Louis, MO at Savvis Center
11/7 – Indianapolis, IN at Conseco Fieldhouse
11/8 – Cleveland, OH at CSCU Convocation Center
11/10 – Saint Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center
11/12 – Denver, CO at Magness Arena at the University of Denver
11/15 – Los Angeles, CA at Theatre at the Arrowhead Pond
11/16 – Sacramento, CA at ARCO Arena
11/17 – San Jose, CA at Compaq Center
11/19 – Portland, OR at Rose Garden
11/20 – Seattle, WA at KeyArena

Tamyra Gray On Extra

August 27, 2002 – Extra TV had a video clip on ousted ‘American Idol’ finalist Tamyra Gray who told the show that the most valuable experience she got out of the show was the friendships she forged with the other contestants. They also followed Tamyra to her radio appearance with Simon Cowell, who says he and Tamyra have talked about her bright future. Video has since been removed.

‘American Idol In Las Vegas’ Coming In September

August 27, 2002 – Zap2it.com reports the 30 would-be singers who survived the first two cuts of the show will come together again for ‘American Idol in Las Vegas,’ a two-hour special scheduled to air Monday, September 23rd. MGM Grand hotel on the Las Vegas Strip will be the host location for the special, and will include the winner of the show singing his or her new single, scheduled to hit stores the next day.

What The ‘American Idol’ Finalists Might Be Singing

August 27, 2002 – Entertainment Tonight spoke with ‘American Idol’ judge Paula Abdul who revealed details on what the three finalists will be singing tonight. “I know for Justin, we tossed in a Terence Trent D’Arby song, ‘Sign Your Name,'” Paula said. “Elton John’s ‘Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me’ and a Stevie Wonder song — I’m not sure which one. For Nikki, we did something that would be very suitable for her, like Alannah Myles’ ‘Black Velvet.'”

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