Pandemic forces second postponement of Nesmith/Dolenz tour; summer shows are rescheduled for spring 2021 with additional dates expected
In late 2019, it was announced that Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz would return to the concert stage for a tour dubbed "An Evening With The Monkees," with dates scheduled to be played throughout April 2020. But when the coronavirus pandemic landed on the shores of North America, the April tour was postponed until summer 2020.
And now, with the pandemic continuing to uproot people's daily lives and much more, "An Evening With The Monkees" has once again been delayed, this time until the spring of 2021. But good news! Additional dates will be added to the tour in the coming weeks.
Below you can find the revised tour schedule along with links to purchase tickets. The Monkees Live Almanac hopes everyone stays safe and healthy!
March 18: Commodore Ballroom / Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
March 21: Moore Theatre / Seattle, Washington
March 23: The Crest Theatre / Sacramento, California
March 24: San Jose Civic / San Jose, California
March 26: Fox Performing Arts Center / Riverside, California
March 27: The Magnolia / El Cajon, California
March 28: Celebrity Theatre / Phoenix, Arizona
April 1: Tobin Center For The Performing Arts / San Antonio, Texas
April 2: Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater / Austin, Texas
April 3: Majestic Theatre / Dallas, Texas
April 12: Schermerhorn Symphony Center / Nashville, Tennessee
Here is the official announcement posted a couple of hours ago on The Monkees Tour Facebook page:
The following venues and cities, which were previously scheduled dates on the tour, are no longer listed as part of the current itinerary:
Verizon Theatre / Grand Prairie, Texas
Iron City / Birmingham, Alabama
(The Monkees Tour Facebook page says the following about Birmingham: "It is possible that show will be rescheduled in 2021; we are awaiting word from the venue of our new date.")
IP Casino Resort & Spa / Biloxi, Mississippi
(The Monkees Tour Facebook page says the following about Biloxi: "It is possible that show will be rescheduled in 2021; we are awaiting word from the venue of our new date.")
Golden Nugget Grand Event Center / Lake Charles, Louisiana
Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith's latest concert tour, "An Evening With The Monkees," originally set for April 2020, has been rescheduled for this coming July and September as a result of the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus. The new dates are listed below. Please note that updated information for a few of the stops on the tour are still awaiting confirmation.
Every date previously scheduled for the tour will be played and no dates will be canceled. All previously purchased tickets and VIP soundcheck packages will be honored for the new dates. If necessary, refunds are available at your point of purchase. In most markets, every ticket purchased includes your choice of a CD or digital copy of The Mike & Micky Show Live.
Here is the new tour itinerary:
July 11: Moore Theatre / Seattle, Washington
July 12: Commodore Ballroom / Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
July 14: The Crest Theatre / Sacramento, California
July 15: San Jose Civic / San Jose, California
July 17: Fox Performing Arts Center / Riverside, California
July 18: The Magnolia / El Cajon, California
July 21: Celebrity Theatre / Phoenix, Arizona
July 25: Verizon Theatre / Grand Prairie, Texas (Venue change from Majestic Theatre / Dallas, Texas)
July 26: Tobin Center For The Performing Arts / San Antonio, Texas
July 27: Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater / Austin, Texas
July 30: Schermerhorn Symphony Center / Nashville, Tennessee
September 10: Iron City / Birmingham, Alabama
September 11: IP Casino Resort & Spa / Biloxi, Mississippi
Golden Nugget Grand Event Center / Lake Charles, Louisiana (CANCELED)
Riverdome at Horseshoe Casino / Bossier City, Louisiana (CANCELED)
UPDATE 3/24/2020: The Bossier City, Louisiana date cannot be rescheduled and has now been officially canceled. Refunds are available at your point of purchase.
UPDATE 4/10/2020: The Lake Charles, Louisiana date has now also been officially canceled. Refunds are available at your point of purchase.
For the last couple of years, Micky Dolenz has participated in events to benefit Make-A-Wish where fans have had the opportunity to sing with Micky karaoke-style. And now, Micky brings his efforts to Broadway for two special nights at The Iridium this March! Below you'll find a description of the event courtesy of the venue as well as links to purchase tickets.
"Remember when you were younger, going to concerts and the lead singer of the band pulled a fan on stage to sing? Did you ever wish you were that fan? Now you can be! Micky Dolenz of the legendary Monkees has a brand new show where YOU become the rock star! Singing along with Micky, living out your rock star fantasy. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you will remember for the rest of your life! And if you're too shy for the spotlight, come enjoy the show as a fan with a general admission ticket. You'll still be part of the fun and excitement, as Micky breaks between songs to tell a story or raffle off prizes and memorabilia. And it all benefits a great cause, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, near and dear to Micky's heart. PLUS a very special guest appearance by songwriter and Herman’s Hermit, Vance Brescia, singing 'That Was Then, This is Now' with Micky, the Monkees' #1 chart topping song written by Vance!"
UPDATE 3/5/2020: Due to current concerns surrounding health issues in the United States and abroad, Micky's New York City charity appearances on March 20 and 21 have been postponed. Stay tuned for an announcement of rescheduled dates in the future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered Micky's touring and personal appearance schedule. Please note postponements and cancelations below.
February 8: Micky Dolenz with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra / Tucson, Arizona
February 9: Micky Dolenz with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra / Tucson, Arizona
February 12: Katharine Hepburn Center / Old Saybrook, Connecticut
February 13: The Center For Arts Natick / Natick, Massachusetts
February 14: Palace Theatre / Manchester, New Hampshire
February 21: My Father's Place Supper Club / Rosyln, New York (3pm show)
February 21: My Father's Place Supper Club / Roslyn, New York (7pm show)
February 22: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (3pm show)
February 22: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (8pm show)
March 20: Sing Along With Micky Dolenz @ The Iridium / New York, New York (POSTPONED)
March 21: Sing Along With Micky Dolenz @ The Iridium / New York, New York (POSTPONED)
March 27: Beatles on the Beach @ Theater at Old School Square / Delray Beach, Florida (CANCELED)
August 29: Fermilab Ramsey Auditorium / Batavia, Illinois (CANCELED)
Micky is still scheduled to perform with Michael Nesmith next year in their latest concert tour, "An Evening With The Monkees." Click the image below for dates, cities, and ticket links:
The music of The Beatles will be celebrated at the International Beatles Festival in Delray Beach, Florida in March 2020. Micky Dolenz is scheduled to appear at the event, performing live and participating in a Q&A session:
March 27, 2020: Micky Dolenz Live in Concert at Beatles on the Beach / Theater at Old School Square, Delray Beach, Florida
March 28, 2020: Micky Dolenz Beatles on the Beach Q&A Session / Theater at Old School Square, Delray Beach, Florida
UPDATE 3/18/2020: This event has been canceled as a result of the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus.
Live in 2021