“Bring It! Live” Tour
If you haven’t heard, Miss D and the Dancing Dolls of Lifetime’s hit series, “Bring It!” are on tour.
Their 34-date “Bring It! Live” tour kicked off on June 24 at the Baton Rouge River Center in Louisiana and it wraps on August 13 at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“Bring It! Live” will make it’s way to Atlanta on Wednesday, June 29 at the Fabulous Fox Theater.
I recently caught up with Coach Dianna “Miss D” Williams to find out what fans can expect from the tour and she gave me all of the scoop!
The ‘Bring it! Live’ tour is just what it says – the girls are going to bring it and it’s going to be live!
The first time people come to a live taping of the show, they’re blown away.
You know with the show, they can’t play the music on the network because of copyright and things like that, which is fine. Sometimes you have to edit things to make sure it fits within that 42-minute window of time that they have to play it on the show.
But, when you come to the show and see the girls live – they’re performing in real-time! It’s not cut up, it’s not edited, and the music is real.
It’s like going to a concert where you see Nicki Minaj or Beyoncé. There’s a difference between hearing them on the radio and seeing them live.
The show has a lot of dynamics in it. There are some highs, there are some lows, there are some heartfelt moments, and there are some political moments in the mix of it.
I don’t want to give the show away. But, I’ve seen the show about 30 or 40 times with the girls doing it all the way through and certain pieces, even with putting the tour together, have caught my attention and it’s just like, “WOW!”
The show is an hour and a half of dancing! There is a lot going on including crowd participation.
The show has received rave reviews. I can’t wait to check it out with my little one.
See the full list of remaining tour dates below and scoop your tickets to see “Bring It! Live.”
June 27th Alabama Theatre – Birmingham, AL
June 28th TPAC – Nashville, TN
June 29th Fox Theatre – Atlanta, GA
July 6th Arvest Bank Theatre – Kansas City, MO
July 7th Peabody Opera House – St. Louis, MO
July 8th Star Plaza – Merrillville, IN
July 9th The Fox Theatre – Detroit, MI
July 10th Whitney Hall – Louisville, KY
July 13th Memorial Auditorium – Raleigh, NC
July 14th Ovens Auditorium – Charlotte, NC
July 15th Chrysler Theatre – Norfolk, VA
July 16th Hippodrome Theatre – Baltimore, MD
July 17th Carpenter Theatre – Richmond, VA
July 20th Saenger Theatre – New Orleans, LA
July 21st Revention Center – Houston, TX
July 22nd Tobin Center – San Antonio, TX
July 24th Music Hall at Fair Park – Dallas, TX
July 27th Hard Rock Live – Orlando, FL
July 28th Straz Center – Tampa Bay, FL
July 29th Florida Theatre – Jacksonville, FL
July 30th Au-Rene Theatre – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
July 31st James L Knight Center – Miami, FL
Aug 3rd College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT
Aug 4th New Jersey Performing Arts Center – Newark, NJ
Aug 5th Merriam Theatre – Philadelphia, PA
Aug 6th Kings Theatre – Brooklyn, NY
Aug 7th Warner Theater – Washington DC
Aug 10th Palace Theater – Columbus, OH
Aug 11th Shea’s Performing Arts Center – Buffalo, NY
Aug 12th Playhouse Square – Cleveland, OH
Aug 13th US Bank Arena – Cincinnati, OH