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TOTO announces North American tour, stop in Montgomery

TOTO announces North American Tour (Source: Renaissance Montgomery) TOTO announces North American Tour (Source: Renaissance Montgomery)
The band is scheduled to come to Montgomery on October 21 (Source: Renaissance Montgomery) The band is scheduled to come to Montgomery on October 21 (Source: Renaissance Montgomery)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Popular 70s band TOTO has announced a North American tour and one of their stops just happens to be in the capital city.

The 21-stop tour, which celebrates the band’s 40th anniversary, was announced on Tuesday. The 40 Trips Around the Sun Tour, will begin on July 30 in Vancouver. Tickets for the shows in October and November will go on sale Friday.

TOTO is scheduled to play at the Montgomery Performing Arts Center on October 21. For more information about the show or tickets, click this link

Below is a list of scheduled dates and locations of the tour:

  • 7/30                 Vancouver, BC           The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts
  • 7/31                 Seattle, WA                Moore Theatre
  • 8/1                   Portland, OR               Revolution Hall
  • 8/3                   Oakland, CA               Fox Theater
  • 8/4                   Reno, NV                    Grand Sierra Resort & Casino - Grand Theatre
  • 8/5                   Modesto, CA              Gallo Center for the Arts
  • 8/7                   San Diego, CA            Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay
  • 8/8                   Costa Mesa, CA          Pacific Amphitheatre (Orange County Fair)
  • 8/10                 Henderson, NV           Sunset Station Hotel & Casino - Sunset Amphitheater
  • 8/11                 Grand Junction, CO    Las Colonias Amphitheater
  • 8/12                 Littleton, CO       The Hudson Gardens and Event Center – Outdoor Amphitheatre
  • 8/14                 Grand Prairie, TX       Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
  • 8/15                 Austin, TX                  Stubbs
  • 8/17                 Nashville, TN              Ryman Auditorium
  • 8/18                 Atlanta , GA                Atlanta Symphony Hall
  • 8/19                 Springfield, MO          Gillioz Theatre
  • 8/21                 Kansas City, MO        Crossroads KC
  • 8/23                 Windsor, ON              The Colosseum At Caesars
  • 8/24                 Grand Rapids, MI       Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
  • 8/25                 Northfield, OH           Hard Rock Live 
  • 10/20               Greeneville, TN          Niswonger Performing Arts
  • 10/21               Montgomery, AL      Montgomery Performing Arts Center
  • 10/23               Mobile, AL                 Saenger Theater
  • 10/24               Clearwater, FL            Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • 10/26               Fort Myers, FL           Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
  • 10/27               Melbourne, FL            King Center For The Arts
  • 10/28               Pompano Beach, FL   Pompano Beach Amphitheater
  • 10/30               Orlando, FL                Hard Rock Live
  • 11/1                 Charleston SC             Charleston Music Hall
  • 11/2                 Augusta, GA               Miller Theater
  • 11/3                 Jacksonville, FL          Florida Theatre
  • 11/5                 Durham, NC               Carolina Theatre of Durham
  • 11/6                 Virginia Beach, VA    Sandler Center For The Performing Arts
  • 11/8                 Washington D.C.        Warner Theater
  • 11/9                 Atlantic City, NJ         Tropicana Casino & Resort – Tropicana Showroom
  • 11/12               Ridgefield, CT                        The Ridgefield Playhouse
  • 11/13               New Brunswick, NJ    State Theatre
  • 11/15               Morristown, NJ           Mayo Performing Arts Center
  • 11/16               Brookville, NY           Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
  • 11/17               Lynn, MA                   Lynn Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium

With over 40 years together and literally thousands of credits, including the biggest selling album of all time: Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and accolades to their names. Some of the bands more popular songs include Rosanna, Africa, Hold the Line, I'll be over you and 99.

They remain one of the top-selling touring and recording acts in the world.

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