Cher announces rescheduled Dressed To Kill Tour dates

After canceling dates on her Dressed To Kill Tour due to illness, Cher has announced newly rescheduled dates.

The new dates are as follows:

Richmond, VA Richmond Coliseum November 21, 2014
Albany, NY Times Union Center December 4, 2014
Hartford, CT XL Center December 13, 2014
Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena January 5, 2015
Boston, MA TD Garden January 7, 2015
State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center January 9, 2015
Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena January 11, 2015
Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre January 13, 2015
Ft Wayne, IN War Memorial Coliseum January 15, 2015
Green Bay, WI Resch Center January 17, 2015
Moline, IL iwireless Center January 19, 2015
Chicago, IL United Center January 21, 2015
Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena January 23, 2015
Sioux Falls, SD Denny Sanford Center January 25, 2015
Omaha, NE CenturyLink Center January 27, 2015
Wichita, KS INTRUST Bank Arena January 29, 2015
Fargo, ND Fargodome February 4, 2015

Tickets purchased for original or rescheduled dates will be honored for these latest newly rescheduled dates. Fans that are unable to attend the new date can obtain a refund at point of purchase.

The Grammy, Oscar and Emmy winning star is on the mend and already in rehearsals to continue her stunning extravaganza which began last March in Phoenix and played for 49 shows across the US. The D2K Tour has received some of the greatest reviews of the legendary star’s career.

This second leg will include a totally new wardrobe which was created in collaboration with long time designer Bob Mackie and according to Cher is “more incredible than ever”. Cher’s current CD, Dressed to Kill, debuted at No. 3 on Billboard’s Pop Charts and includes the No. 1 dance hit “Woman’s World.”

Author: Buddy Iahn

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