Find Adam Lambert tickets today! The former American Idol finalist is kicking off his "The Original High" tour this February. Making 22 stops across the country, the trek will run through the beginning of April. Fans hoping to see the singer can check out the schedule below and find Adam Lambert tickets now!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Apr 01, 2016
|Adam Lambert||Las Vegas, NV|
The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas
|Current Tour:||The Original High|
|Discography:||For Your Entertainment (2009)
The Original High (2015)
Singer Adam Lambert released his third studio album, The Original High in June 2015. Produced by Mac Martin and Shellback, the album was Adam Lambert's first since joining Warner Bros. Records. The album included two singles, “Ghost Town” and “Another Lonely Night.” The Original High received positive reviews from critics and debuted at the number three spot on the Billboard 200.
In January 2016, Adam Lambert announced he would embark on “The Original High Tour” later in the year. Launching at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, NY on February 23, the 22-date tour will stop in cities across the country through April 2, when the last concert is set to be performed at Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. Other stops on the circuit include The Grand Theater at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT, The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC, the Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL, and Paramount Theatre in Denver, CO. Get your Adam Lambert tickets today!
Adam Lambert was born on January 29, 1982, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Adam Lambert's early experience in entertainment came not from the recording studio but the stage. He starred in a production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown at age 10 and Fiddler on the Roof at 12. These were followed by a string of musical roles throughout his teenage and young adult years. His last role before American Idol was as the understudy for Fiyero in the Los Angeles production of Wicked. Two years later, Adam Lambert made a life-changing decision: he would attempt to win American Idol.
In 2009, Adam Lambert auditioned for Idol, singing "Rock with You" and "Bohemian Rhaspody," and was accepted to Hollywood. His weekly performances were regularly praised throughout the season and received positive feedback from the judges nearly every week. Although there was media speculation that Adam Lambert would win the competition, that honor eventually went to Kris Allen, with Lambert coming in second place. Adam Lambert capped off his time on American Idol by performing the Queen classic "We Are the Champions" with Allen and Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Following season 8 of American Idol, Adam Lambert joined his fellow top 10 contestants for the "American Idol Live" tour. He also began work on his first album, For Your Entertainment, which debuted at #3 on November 23, 2009. The album's second single, "Whataya Want From Me," was released three days prior and has sold over a million copies. In early 2010, it was announced that the first Adam Lambert concerts would take place that summer. Adam Lambert released his second album, Trespassing, in 2012, and also began touring Europe with Queen as Queen + Adam Lambert, followed up by a tour of the U.S.