"It Was Fifty Years Ago Today," a tribute to The Beatles' White Album and co-starring Micky Dolenz, Christopher Cross, and Todd Rundgren, will be on tour this September and October:
September 19: Wind Creek Event Center / Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
September 21: Golden Nugget / Atlantic City, New Jersey
September 25: Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center / Fort Lauderdale, Florida
September 28: Akron Civic Theatre / Akron, Ohio
September 29: Norton Center/ Danville, Kentucky
October 1: Arcada Theatre / St. Charles, Illinois
October 2: Pabst Theater / Milwaukee, Wisconsin
October 5: The Cabot / Beverly, Massachusetts
October 6: Capitol Center for the Arts / Concord, New Hampshire
October 7: Collins Center for the Arts / Orono, Maine
October 8: Ridgefield Playhouse / Ridgefield, Connecticut
October 10: St. George Theatre / Staten Island, New York
October 11: Berklee PAC / Boston, Massachusetts
October 12: NYCB Theatre at Westbury / Westbury, New York
October 13: Mayo PAC / Morristown, New Jersey
October 15: Keswick Theatre / Glenside, Pennsylvania
October 17: Count Basie Center for the Arts / Red Bank, New Jersey
October 18: Garde Arts Center / New London, Connecticut
October 20: Warner Theatre / Washington, D.C.
Tickets in most markets go on sale Friday, June 7!
On May 4, Micky Dolenz and his band (Coco Dolenz, Wayne Avers, Rich Dart, John Billings, and Dave Alexander) performed at Haugh Performing Arts Center in Glendora, California. Thanks to Jason Cunningham for the set list, and to Lisa Golden for the photo!
That Was Then, This Is Now
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
Sometime in the Morning
Randy Scouse Git
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Girl I Knew Somewhere
Last Train to Clarksville
Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
Me & Magdalena (sung by Micky and Coco)
Different Drum (Michael Nesmith - sung by Coco while Micky took a break)
Take a Giant Step
For Pete’s Sake (Dedicated to Peter Tork)
White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane - sung by Coco while Micky took a break)
Daydream Believer (Dedicated to Davy Jones)
Pleasant Valley Sunday
Gimme Some Lovin’ (The Spencer Davis Group)
I’m a Believer
TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 1, 2019:
January 15-17: Fallsview Casino Resort / Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
April 13: Stage 954 - The Casino @ Dania Beach / Dania Beach, Florida
April 14: Southwest Florida Event Center / Bonita Springs, Florida
May 4: Haugh Performing Arts Center / Glendora, California
June 29: Helwig Winery / Plymouth, California
July 4: San Diego County Fair Solid Gold Concert Series / Del Mar, California
July 5: The Coach House / San Juan Capistrano, California
July 6: The Rose / Pasadena, California
July 7: The Canyon / Agoura Hills, California
August 17: Huntington Park / Columbus, Ohio
August 24: Sugar Creek / Hinton, Oklahoma
September 22: Arcada Theatre / St. Charles, Illinois
September 27: The Theatre at Grand Prairie / Grand Prairie, Texas (with The Fab Four)
Micky is also performing with Michael Nesmith this March and June in "The Monkees Present: The Mike Nesmith & Micky Dolenz Show." Click the image below for more information:
"It Was Fifty Years Ago Today," a tribute to The Beatles' White Album and co-starring Micky Dolenz, Christopher Cross, and Todd Rundgren, will be on tour this September and October. Click the following image for tour dates:
And, Micky already has a few concerts scheduled for 2020!
February 8, 2020: Micky Dolenz, the Voice of The Monkees, with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra
February 9, 2020: Micky Dolenz, the Voice of The Monkees, with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra
February 13, 2020: The Center For Arts Natick / Natick, Massachusetts
May 9, 2020: Fermilab Ramsey Auditorium / Batavia, Illinois
Keep checking back for updates!
Just announced! Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz will embark on a tour of Australia and New Zealand in June 2019. These concerts will represent Michael's first "Monkees" shows in Australia since 1968 (he last performed there as a solo act in 1977). Micky, along with Peter Tork, played to audiences in Australia and New Zealand most recently in 2016 during The Monkees' 50th Anniversary Tour.
"The Mike & Micky Show" officially returns to the road this March when it stops in 12 US cities before making its way down under.
Tour dates for Australia and New Zealand can be found below, and tickets go on sale Friday, December 14!
June 8: Isaac Theatre Royal / Christchurch, New Zealand
June 9: Great Hall / Auckland, New Zealand
June 10: Michael Fowler Centre / Wellington, New Zealand
June 12: Queensland Performing Arts Centre / Brisbane, Australia
June 15: Palais Theatre / Melbourne, Australia
June 16: Astor Theatre / Perth, Australia
June 18: Sydney Opera House / Sydney, Australia
After a series of critically acclaimed shows in June 2018 that were ultimately cut short due to illness, Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz are bringing their "Mike & Micky Show" back to US concert venues in 2019. In an announcement made this morning on The Monkees Tour Facebook page, the duo revealed an expanded tour itinerary that not only includes the four cities rescheduled from last June but another eight shows in brand new markets.
Here are the dates and links to purchase tickets for "The Mike & Micky Show" tour this March. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 16!
February 28: Mohegan Sun Arena / Uncasville, Connecticut (Private Show)
March 1: Chevalier Theatre / Medford, Massachusetts
March 2: Ovation Hall / Atlantic City, New Jersey
March 3: American Music Theatre / Lancaster, Pennsylvania
March 5: Count Basie Theatre / Red Bank, New Jersey
March 6: Keswick Theatre / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 8: The Paramount / Huntington, New York
March 9: Beacon Theatre / New York, New York
March 10: Palace Theatre / Albany, New York
March 12: Royal Oak Music Theatre / Royal Oak, Michigan
March 14: Mystic Lake Casino / Prior Lake, Minnesota
March 15: Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds / New Buffalo, Michigan
March 16: The Family Arena / St. Charles, Missouri
The Monkees Live Almanac chronicled the 2018 "Mike & Micky Show" tour as it happened. Complete coverage of those concerts, including reviews, photos, videos, and more can be found in the Live Almanac's archives.
UPDATE 12/5/2018: Just announced - "The Mike & Micky Show" will also visit Australia and New Zealand in June 2019.