Aaron Carter Exits THE FANTASTICKS to Kick Off New Tour
|This Boy That Girl Announces Release of 'Turn The Night Down' Music Video|
March 16, 2015
|Teen Pop Star Dyllan Murray Debuts New Music Video for Hit Single, 'Trophy Girl'|
February 13, 2015
|Hobart Ocean to Hit the Road for Two Exciting Tours This Fall|
October 13, 2014
|'Aaron Carter's Wonderful World Tour' Kicks-Off Sept. 18|
September 16, 2014
|Related: Aaron Carter|
After performing 450 shows on Broadway's THE FANTASTICKS, Aaron Carter leaves the Broadway scene to kick off a new tour... And finish what he started 12 years ago. The tour, "The After Party" is the a reference to his 2000 record release Aaron's Party (Come Get It). Aaron will be performing his heart-throbbing songs that made his fans fall for him.
For the past year the Platinum pop sensation has been on the world's longest running musical The Fantasticks. Even though he has previously been seen on Broadway in Seussical, and as a 2009 contestant on "Dancing With the Stars," the stay with The Fantasticks has marked a new era for Carter and the show. Aaron's time here will go down in the history of The Fantasticks. His experience on Broadway highlights Carter's commitment to pushing boundaries in his career and exploring his interests beyond the world of commercial music that he was groomed for.
Carter still holds the record of the youngest male solo artist to have four Top 40 Singles. He is currently in the studio recording and prepping to tour again. This time around he will be bringing back some of "Aaron's Party" to "The After Party." Eager to get on stage in front of his fans he that loved him in the early 2000s Carter says, "I'm so excited to get back out on the road again. It's truly the only place I can call home. My fans have been extremely supportive throughout the years and I can't wait to see them all."
Carter has released thirty-two tour dates. Check out if this after party is coming to you below.
Here are all the places to catch "The After Party" tour:
02/22/13: The Chance Theatre - Poughkeepsie, NY
02/23/13: The Forum - Buffalo, NY
02/24/13: Westcott Theater - Syracuse, NY
02/26/13: Hard Rock Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
02/27/13: Toads Place - New Haven, CT
02/28/13: Met Café - Pawtucket, RI
03/01/13: Memory Lane Music Hall - Portland, ME
03/02/13: Tupelo Hall - Londonderry, NH
03/03/13: Gramercy Theatre - New York City, NY
03/05/13: Iron Horse Music Hall - Northampton, MA
03/06/13: Revolution Bar & Music Hall - Amityville, NY