World Tour 2015

Such exciting news today, I can’t believe I forgot to post about this! This morning Idina announced she’s going on a World Tour! We had previously heard about this during the Country Christmas taping, but now we have confirmation with some dates. So far only dates for the US and Canada were announced. Fellow international friends, let’s exercise our patience as other countries and dates should be announced soon.

So, who’s going? Or if you’re not from the US or Canada, where would you like Idina to perform?

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Tue July 07

Richmond, VA

Altria Theater

Wed July 08

Baltimore, MD

The Hippodrome Theatre

Fri July 10

Atlantic City, NJ

Borgata Resort Casino & Spa

Sat July 11

Uncasville, CT

Mohegan Sun Arena

Sun July 12

Holmdel, NJ

PNC Bank Arts Center

Tue July 14

Bethlehem, PA

Sands Bethlehem Events Center

Thu July 16

Philadelphia, PA

Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Fri July 17

Wantagh, NY

Nikon at Jones Beach Theater

Sat July 18

Washington, DC

Jiffy Lube Live

Wed July 22

Raleigh, NC

Red Hat Amphitheater

Fri July 24

Atlanta, GA

Delta Classic Chastain Park Amphitheater

Sat July 25

Orlando, FL

Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts

Sun July 26

Boca Raton, FL

Mizner Park Amphitheater

Tue July 28

Clearwater, FL

Ruth Eckerd Hall

Thu July 30

New Orleans, LA

Saenger Theatre

Fri July 31

Houston, TX

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

Sat Aug. 01

Austin, TX

Bass Concert Hall

Wed Aug. 05

Seattle, WA

Paramount Theatre

Fri Aug. 07

Concord, CA

Concord Pavilion

Sat Aug. 08

San Diego, CA

Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

Sun Aug. 09

Phoenix, AZ

Comerica Theatre

Tue Aug. 11

Morrison, CO

Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Wed Aug. 12

Kansas City, MO

Starlight Theatre

Thu Aug. 13

Minneapolis, MN

Northrop Auditorium

Sat Aug. 15

Nashville, TN

Venue TBA

Sun Aug. 16

Chicago, IL

Jay Pritzker Pavilion

Tue Aug. 18

Cincinnati, OH

PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center

Wed Aug. 19

Columbus, OH

Palace Theatre

Fri Aug. 21

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Blossom Music Center

Sat Aug. 22

Detroit, MI

Fox Theatre

Sun Aug. 23

Indianapolis, IN

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

Tue Aug. 25

Pittsburgh, PA

Benedum Center

Wed Aug. 26

Norfolk, VA

Chrysler Hall

Fri Aug. 28

Boston, MA

Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Sat Aug. 29

Lenox, MA


Sun Aug. 30

Canadaigua, NY


Tue Sept. 01

Montreal, QC

Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier at Place Des Arts

Wed Sept. 02

Toronto, ON

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

Sat Oct. 03

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Bowl


And a “fun” bit… ;)

Idina Menzel fans crash website after tour news
Singer Idina Menzel ‘broke’ the Internet on Monday (24Nov14) after announcing dates for an extensive 2015 North American tour. The Frozen star lined up gigs which begin in July (15) and end up with a Hollywood Bowl showdown in October (15), and fans rushed to pick up the first tickets, crashing her website. Menzel took to to reveal the site was back up, posting, “You guys are amazing! Site crashed. Sorry about that but secretly happy you are excited about the tour new (sic)!”


2014 Bloomingdale’s Holiday Window Unveiling

Earlier today Idina performed at Bloomingdale’s Holiday Window Unveiling. If you missed the livestream you can still watch it here. There was an album signing before the performance.

Pictures of the performance are now in the gallery, and I’ve also added a few pics of the iHeart Radio concert that took place last Friday. Did you miss the livestream? Check our Tumblr! And make sure to follow us as I will be posting some new things there soon.

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If you were able to attend any of the concerts/signing (or will go to any of the upcoming ones!) and have pictures you would like to share, please send them to flor[at] and let me know how you would like to be credited. Accepting stage door pics as well. As always, all fan contributions to the site are greatly appreciated.

Idina Menzel lets it go where the music takes her

If the themes of Idina Menzel’s songs resonate so well with her female audience members, it may be because she’s been there herself.

The 43-year-old star with the shake-the-rafters-voice, the emerald eyes and the cascade of chestnut hair has pulled off a trifecta of relatable songs that any actress would envy.

First, there was Elphaba, the odd-green-girl-out from Wicked, who declared her independence with the clarion call of Stephen Schwartz’s “Defying Gravity,” a number so potent that — as Ana Gasteyer once said — “every woman I know has wept over it while on the Stairmaster.”

Then, for a slightly younger demographic, she delivered the goods in Disney’s Frozen, launching Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez’s Oscar-winning hit “Let It Go” like it was a melodic guided missile.

And now, back on Broadway, she’s bringing all the generations together with a powerhouse number called “Always Starting Over” by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, which brings the house down every night in the powerful new musical, If/Then, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

So how does she feel about hitting the bullseye so many times in a row?
“I don’t know, I really don’t know,” she laughs from her dressing room, between a matinee and an evening performance. “I’ve thought about it myself. It’s not that I’ve been so successful that I can just sit at home and wait for the perfect project with the perfect song to come along. Sometimes, it’s all about taking a job and paying the bills.
“But I do believe that you’re given things in your life that you need, things you can explore that are going to teach you something about yourself. Every role or character or song can come at a time in your life when it relates to what you’re going through and you learn how to use it.”

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‘Baby, it’s cold outside’ Music Video

The music video for Idina’s duet with Michael Buble, ‘Baby it’s cold outside’ was released yesterday.

And another recent video…

An amazing #‎GypsyOfTheYear fundraising auction occurred at Broadway’s IF/THEN musical over the weekend. Idina Menzel offered audience members the chance to join her in singing “Let It Go,” from the Oscar-winning animated film FROZEN, onstage at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. The impromptu auction raised $4,800 for Broadway Cares.