David Cook will be out on the road this summer. He’ll tour as a headliner, part of a Pop tour with familiar 90’s and 00’s acts and with another beloved American Idol winner.
You last saw the American Idol season 7 champ performing with season 8 winner, Kris Allen on the “Great Idol Reunion” special earlier this month, celebrating 20 seasons of American Idol. The two singers toured through Europe last year. Now the singers will play Disney’s “Eat to the Beat” concert series on September 4 and 5 at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival in Orlando, Florida. The two will perform at the America Gardens Theatre stage.
On the American Idol special, David and Kris joined other American Idol luminaires to perform a duet of the 90’s rock song “Dreams” by Cranberries.
David will embark with his band for a Northeast tour in July
Additionally David will perform a handful of dates in the Northeast with his band in July, kicking off the leg in Leesburg, Virginia on July 13. “Can’t wait to see you in July,” David wrote on Instagram.
07/13 – Tally Ho Theater – Leesburg, VA
07/15 – World Cafe Live – Philadelphia, PA
07/16 – Infinity Music Hall – Hartford, CT
07/17 – The Warehouse at FTC – Fairfield, CT
07/19 – City Winery – Boston, MA
07/22 – City Winery – New York, NY
07/23 – Tupelo Music Hall – Derry, NH
David will share the stage with fellow turn-of-the-century artists in August
In August, David will share a bill with Chris Kirkpatrick, O-Town, Mark McGrath, Ryan Cabrera and LFO for the Pop 2000. Get your 90s and aughts nostalgia on!
07/29 – Dubuque County Fair – Dubuque, IA
08/05 – Kalamazoo Ribfest – Kalamazoo, MI
08/06 – Caesar Ford Summerfest – Xenia, OH
08/12 – Joe’s Live – Rosemont, IL
08/13 – The Devon Lakeshore Amphitheater – Decatur, IL
08/19 – Corbin Arena – Corbin, KY
08/20 – Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater – Peachtree City, GA
Tickets for all shows are on sale now at DavidCookOfficial.com
The singer recently dropped a new single “TABOS”
On Sunday May 1, David took part in the annual Race For Hope, to raise money for brain cancer awareness and research. The singer ran his first race in 2009, the day after his older brother Adam Cook died of the disease. It’s the 15th anniversary of the event, which has raised over $36 million.