It’s time to lace up your dancing shoes because “Dancing With The Stars” may be sashaying their way into a city near you soon.
The popular reality program is going on an ambitious nationwide tour from Jan. 6 through March 12 hitting arts centers, concert halls and casinos all over North America along the way.
On the run, the show’s professional dancers will be joined by “Dancing With The Stars’” Season 31 celebrities like Daniel Durant (from the Oscar-winning film “CODA”) Vinny Gaudagnino (MTV’s “Jersey Shore”), Heidi D’Amelio (Charli’s mother) and Season 31 winner Charli D’Amelio (the first person to amass 100 million TikTok followers) on select dates.
Plus, each show will be hosted by “Bachelorette” alum Gabby Windey.
Best of all, you can still land tickets to see “Dancing With The Stars” live— and for cheap too.
Tickets for all 56 shows on the “DWTS” 2023 calendar are available for purchase at the time of publication and some of them are going for as low as $24 before fees on Vivid Seats.
So, if you want to see every type of dance brought to life by the pros and stars, here’s everything you need to know about “Dancing With The Stars Live.”
All prices are subject to fluctuation.
“Dancing With The Stars Live” 2023 schedule
“Dancing With The Stars” will delight audiences all over the U.S. and Canada over the course of the 56 evenings currently on the tour’s itinerary.
The dancers will take their final curtsy at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on March 12.
A complete calendar featuring all dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here.
How to watch “Dancing With The Stars”
If you can’t get enough of “DWTS” and have binged all 31 seasons 31 times, no need to worry.
The long-running reality program is returning in September 2023 but—plot twist— on Disney+ instead of ABC.
Season 31 also aired on Disney+ in an effort to make more room for Monday Night Football and “The Bachelor” franchise.
“Dancing With The Stars” cast
Joining the special guest stars will be the gifted professional dancers— many of whom are stars in their own right.
This year, the eight dancers on tour are Britt Stewart, Alan Bersten, Emma Slater, Gleb Savchenko, Brandon Armstrong, Alexis Warr, Sasha Farber and Kateryna Klishyna.
Other huge 2023 concerts
All fired up with your dancing shoes on and not sure where to take that energy?
We say you ought to go to a show.
Here are five concerts that will surely get you on your feet next year.
• Maroon 5