André Rieu is thrilled to announce additional concerts in the U.S./Canada during his World Tour 2022. The additional performances will take place in Portland on March 23, 2022, Tacoma on March 24, 2022 and Vancouver on March 26, 2022. The Dutch violinist’s USA/Canada tour will kick off in Atlanta on 09 March 2022. Tickets will go on sale on March 12, 2021, on www.andrerieu.com.
André Rieu says: “My dear friends, I am thrilled to announce our return to Tacoma, Portland, and Vancouver in 2022! The past months have reinforced our passion for music, our desire to perform for you, our impatience to jump back on stage. My orchestra and I cannot wait to return to the U.S. and Canada! COVID-19 has delayed our concerts, it will not conquer our spirit. Thank you for your loyalty and please stay healthy. See you in 2022! Much love!”
Violin superstar André Rieu has made classical music accessible to millions around the world and has turned the waltz into an international sensation, recently extending his record as the highest-grossing classical artist in Billboard’s Boxscore history. Further, he continues to be the classical act with the highest attendance regularly outselling the world’s top pop and rock stars. Rieu has had soccer crowds swaying to Shostakovich and has sold over 40 million albums. His romantic and joyful programs include a mixture of light classics, waltzes, music from film and opera as well as pop songs, performed by his Johann Strauss Orchestra, the biggest private orchestra in the world.
March 9, 2022 Atlanta State Farm Arena (replaces March 8, 2021)
March 11, 2022 Jacksonville VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena (replaces March 9, 2021)
March 12, 2022 Orlando Amway Center (replaces March 7, 2021)
March 13, 2022 Sunrise BB&T Center (replaces March 5, 2021)
March 14, 2022 Tampa Amalie Arena (replaces March 6, 2021)
March 16, 2022 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena (replaces February 27, 2021)
March 17, 2022 San Diego Pechanga Arena San Diego (replaces March 1, 2021)
March 18, 2022 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena (replaces February 28, 2021)
March 19, 2022 Anaheim (LA) HONDA Center (replaces March 2, 2021)
March 21, 2022 Oakland Oakland Arena (replaces March 3, 2021)
March 23, 2022 Portland Veterans Memorial Coliseum (NEW DATE!)
March 24, 2022 Tacoma Tacoma Dome (NEW DATE!)
March 26, 2022 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum (NEW DATE!)