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There are 15 stops on the second leg of the 'SYTYCD' Season 11 tour, with the season's top 10 finalists recreating fan-favorite routines plus original pieces created for the nationwide tour.

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 11 Tour Resumes January 22, 2015

Fans of Fox’s Emmy Award-winning dance competition So You Think You Can Dance have a chance to see the most recent Top 10 finalists perform live on-stage as the Season 11 tour begins its second leg. The initial leg of the tour, which began in New Orleans on October 1, 2014, wrapped up just before the holidays (December 19 in West Valley City, Utah). There are still 15 more stops for Season 11 champ Ricky Ubeda, along with finalists Valerie Rockey, Jessica Richens, Zack Everhart, Jr., Casey Askew, Jacque LeWarne, Rudy Abreu, Tanisha Belnap, Emilio Dosal, and Bridget Whitman.

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So You Think You Can Dance Season 11 Top 10 Finalists, Photo: Fox

The always-popular SYTYCD live tour presents the season’s most popular routines, plus original pieces choreographed exclusively for the cross-country tour. It’s a way for fans of all ages to see their favorite dancers recreate the exciting highlights from Season 11. Nigel Lythgoe, executive producer and co-creator (not to mention a member of the judge’s panel) of SYTYCD, expressed great enthusiasm about the travelling live show, stating, “I am excited for your favorite dancers to bring their inspiration and routines to even more cities throughout the nation on this year’s tour.”

Keep an eye out here on Blogcritics for more SYTYCD tour coverage later in the month, including an interview with finalists Casey Askew, a Seattle native who returns to his hometown on February 5, and Bridget Whitman.

For more information about the tour, produced by 19 Entertainment and Dick Clark Productions, visit the official website. To keep up with all the latest about the upcoming 12th season, follow So You Think You Can Dance on Facebook.

2015 So You Think You Can Dance Tour Itinerary:

1/22: Bakersfield, CA – Rabobank Theatre

1/24: Riverside, VA – Fox Performing Arts Center

1/25: Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre

1/26: San Diego, CA – Copley Symphony Hall

1/28: Los Angeles, CA – Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE

1/29: San Jose, CA – City National Civic

1/30: Reno, NV – Silver Legacy Resort and Casino

1/31: Santa Rosa, CA – Wells Fargo Center for the Arts

2/02: Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

2/04: Kennewick, WA – The Widmere Theatre at Toyota Center

2/05: Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre

2/08: Calgary, AB – Grey Eagle Casino

2/10: Pentiction, BC – South Okanagan Events Centre

2/11: Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre

2/12: Victoria, BC – Save-On Foods Memorial Centre

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