The 2011 Les Miserables tour will begin in the fall and run through 2011 in the US. This is the 25th Anniversay of the worlds longest running musical and Cameron Mackintosh will be bringing a whole new stage and scenery to this new production of Les Miz. Les Miz will begin the US tour in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center Academy of Music.
Les Miserables tickets are on sale at most of the theatres on the tour in season packages that require you to purchase up to five shows with the same seats. Unfortunately if you are not already a theatre season ticket holder, most of the good theatre seats are already sold. Individual tickets for Les Miserables are now on sale.
The London production of Les Miserables currently resides at the Queen’s Theatre after starting at the Barbican Theatre in 1985. In March of 1987 the Broadway production of Les Miserables opened at the Broadway Theatre before embarking on its first national tour of the US in January 2011.
Don’t miss Les Miserables on tour. You can find good seats for Les Miserables from a theatre ticket broker. Preferred Seating Tickets can provide you with tickets for Les Miserables that don’t require binoculars to see the stage.
Les Miserables tour dates (More cities will be announced soon)
Hippodrome – March – 1-6, 2011 – Baltimore, MD
Kentucky Center – March 8-13, 2011 – Louisville, KY
Ohio Theatre – March 15-20, 2011 – Columbus, OH
Palace Theatre/PlayhouseSquare – April 5-17, 2011 – Cleveland, OH
Orpheum Theatre – April 26 – May 1, 2011 – Omaha,NE
Walton Arts Center – May 3-8, 2011 – Fayetteville, AR
Overture Hall – May 10-15 2011 – Madison, WI
Andrew Jackson Hall – May 17 – May 22 2011 – Nashville, TN
Keller Auditorium – August 2-7, 2011 – Portland, OR
Buell Theatre – August 30 – Sept. 4 – Denver, Co
Jefferson Concert Hall – Sept. 20- 25 – Birmingham, AL