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Miranda Cosgrove Dances Into Summer

01:01 PM Wednesday 4/20/11 | |

Miranda Cosgrove isn’t done dancing crazy. After taking several months off the road the “iCarly” star will embark on the “Dancing Crazy Summer Tour” in July.

The singer/actress released her High Maintenance EP in March on Columbia Records as the follow-up to her debut 2010 full-length album, Sparks Fly.

High Maintenance’s hit single “Dancing Crazy,” which was penned by Avril Lavigne and Max Martin, debuted on the Top 40 chart after just three weeks at radio. The EP’s title track features a duet with Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo.

In January she kicked off her debut U.S. headlining trek, the “Dancing Crazy Tour.”

  • Miranda Cosgrove

    The Fillmore, Detroit, Mich.
    February 1, 2011

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)


A second U.S. leg begins July 16 in Darien Center, N.Y., at Darien Lake Theme Park Resort. Headline shows are scheduled through a Sept. 3 gig at Tropicana Field in Saint Petersburg, Fla.

Additional dates include stops in Hershey, Pa. (July 17); Vienna, Va. (July 25); Williamsburg, Va. (July 30-31); Cohasset, Mass. (Aug. 3); Hyannis, Mass. (Aug. 4); Kettering, Ohio (Aug. 10) and Denver (Aug. 13).

Fans can also catch Cosgrove at Delaware State Fair in Harrington (July 27), Bethlehem Musikfest in Pennsylvania (Aug. 7), Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver (Aug. 21) and The Big Fresno Fair in California (Oct. 15).

More dates will be announced soon.

Before kicking off the tour Cosgrove will begin production on the next season of Nickelodeon’s “iCarly.”

For more information, click here for Miranda Cosgrove’s official website.


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