Donny Osmond has been performing live since 1963 when he appeared on “The Andy Williams Show” at the ripe old age of five.
Now 60 years later, the tireless singer is doing what he does best and returning to the road for a slew of huge concerts all over North America.
That includes a number of stops in the Garden State when the former teen idol drops into Morristown’s Mayo Performing Arts Center on July 20, Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on July 30 and Red Bank’s Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre on Aug. 4.
Surprisingly, this is Osmond’s first nationwide tour in seven years.
While he performs live quite often as part of his longstanding Harrahs residency, his upcoming 79-show run will be his first nationwide tour since 2016’s ‘#DTour.’
And if you need tickets to see your favorite ’70s icon live today, we can help.
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At the time of publication, there is no word whether or not Marie Osmond will be joining Donny on tour.
Donny Osmond 2023 tour dates
Prior to the official tour, Osmond will continue performing at Harrahs in Las Vegas from May 2-27.
After that, he’ll play all over North America from July 20 through Aug. 13.
A complete calendar including all Harrah’s show dates up until Nov. 11 can be found here.
’70s stars on tour in 2023
Many artists who defined the sounds of the Nixon and Carter era are back on the road this year.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
• Billy Joel with Stevie Nicks
• Diana Ross
• KC and the Sunshine Band
• Queen with Adam Lambert
• Three Dog Night
Want to see who else is out on the road? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here.