Tag: American Idol
Adam Lambert wound down the U.S. leg of his GlamNation tour at the Puyallup Fair & Events Center Tuesday night, with 7,800-plus cheering on two of the hottest “American Idol” grads – also opener Allison Iraheta – since that guy from Federal Way was on the show. (Speaking of which, he’ll be at the Fair on Sunday and I’ll be posting interview audio here soon, by the way. But I digress.)
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In just a few hours, “American Idol” alumni Adam Lambert and Allison Iraheta will take the main stage at the Puyallup Fair. Recently, I caught up with Iraheta, and you can click the link below to hear what she had to say about life after “Idol” and what she learned from the likes of Cyndi Lauper and Jamie Foxx.
Live Nation is selling $10 tickets to see the “American Idol” show at KeyArena on Aug. 20. Normal ticket prices are $38.50 to $68.50, but discounted tickets will be available here until 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, July 21.
First the bad news. The Puyallup Fair just announced that Orianthi has canceled as opening act for Adam Lambert’s Sept. 21 show at the grandstand. The good news is that fellow “American Idol” alumnus Allison Iraheta – also among the most popular contestants from last season – has signed on as her replacement.
Fans who purchased tickets specifically to see Orianthi may exchange tickets for another Puyallup Fair concert (schedule here.) Refunds will be given if tickets are exchanged for a less expensive show, but patrons will also be …
The Top 10 “American Idol” finalists – Aaron Kelly, Andrew Garcia, Casey James, Crystal Bowersox, Didi Benami, Katie Stevens, Lee DeWyze, Michael Lynche, Siobhan Magnus, and Tim Urban – will headline Seattle’s KeyArena on Aug. 20, Seattle Center announced today.
Tickets will go on sale Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 10 am.
Fallen “Idol”: Band featuring Carly Smithson and former members of Evanescence set for Seattle debut (audio)
Showbox at the Market may have “Nudedragons” tonight. But the other Showbox has We Are the Fallen, a band that’s generated a little buzz of its own, based on a lineup that teams “American Idol” alumnus Carly Smithson with Ben Moody, John LeCompt, and Rocky Gray from Evanescence.