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So You Think You Can Dance 2011

11:01 AM Monday 7/25/11 | |

All that high-steppin’ action that’s kept you glued to your TV set this summer embarks on a coast-to-coast tour this fall.

Who’s on this year’s “So You Think You Can Dance” tour? That would be Season 8 finalists Caitlynn Lawson, Clarice Ordaz, Jess LeProtto, Jordan Casanova, Marko Germar, Melanie Moore, Mitchell Kelly, Ricky Jaime, Sasha Mallory and Tadd Gadduang.

The tour begins in Florida at Orlando’s Amway Center Sept. 17, plays Miami’s American Airlines Arena Sept. 18 and stops in Duluth, Minn., at the Arena At Gwinnett Center Sept. 20. Other stops include Philadelphia (Sept. 25); Boston (Sept. 27); Uniondale, N.Y. (Oct. 3); Cincinnati (Oct. 11); New Orleans (Oct. 19); Los Angeles (Oct. 29) and San Diego (Nov. 2).

Ticket onsales begins July 29. Visit the “So You Think You Can Dance” website for more information.


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