Tony Lucca Tour 2013

Season-two “The Voice” finalist Tony Lucca recently revealed his first post-show tour plans, announcing a host of dates scheduled for this coming summer. The singer/songwriter/actor will travel throughout July-August, during which period he’ll visit a few Midwestern locales (Michigan, Illinois, Missouri), several Southern cities (Dallas, Nashville, Birmingham) and a couple of East-Coast venues (Rockwood Music Hall in NYC and Brighton Music Hall in Boston). The fun gets going on July 29 and, as of now, is on track to wrap up August 18.

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Although Tony Lucca only recently gained widespread national attention via his stint on “The Voice,” the Pontiac, MI, native has in fact been performing for decades. As a kid he co-starred in the Disney Channel revival of “The Mickey Mouse Club” television show, and later toured alongside N*Sync, Marc Anthony and Sara Bareilles. A prolific recording artist, Lucca has nine albums and six EPs to his name, and is currently working on yet another new release – with a little help from Adam Levine’s (his coach on “The Voice”) record label, 222 Records. Tickets to Lucca’s upcoming summer tour are on sale now, so be sure to have a look through our list of deals below!

Tony Lucca Concert Tickets

Tony Lucca Concerts

Date City State Venue
7/29/2013 Spring Lake MI Seven Steps Up
7/30/2013 Chicago IL City Winery
7/31/2013 Indianapolis IN The Rathskeller
8/1/2013 St. Louis MO Old Rock House
8/2/2013 Oklahoma City OK The Blue Door
8/4/2013 Dallas TX House Of Blues/Cambridge Room
8/6/2013 Nashville TN 12th & Porter
8/8/2013 Birmingham AL WorkPlay Theatre
8/9/2013 Decatur GA Eddie’s Attic
8/10/2013 Tampa FL Jaeb Theater
8/11/2013 Orlando FL The Social
8/14/2013 Vienna VA Jammin Java
8/15/2013 New York NY Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2
8/16/2013 Boston MA Brighton Music Hall
8/17/2013 Philadelphia PA Tin Angel
8/18/2013 Pittsburgh PA Club Café 

Tony Lucca Videos

Tony Lucca: “Need Your Love”

Tony Lucca: “I Can’t Make You Love Me”

Tony Lucca: “Pretty Things”