'Glee' cast coming to Indy

February 9, 2011
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Ryan Murphy, creator of "Glee," may not return to his roots in Indy that often--but the cast of his hit show will be in town soon.

Tickets go on sale Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. for the June 2 Conseco Fieldhouse stop of the "Glee Live in Concert" tour. 

Cast members Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn), Amber Riley (Mercedes), Chris Colfer (Kurt), Kevin McHale (Artie), Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina), Mark Salling (Puck), Dianna Agron (Quinn), Naya Rivera (Santana), Heather Morris (Brittany), Harry Shum, Jr. (Mike), Chord Overstreet (Sam) and Darren Criss (Blaine) are set to perform.

The tour kicks off May 21 in Las Vegas.

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  • Can't wait!
    I've already been instructed by my daughter that we WILL be attending the concert!! Truthfully, I don't know if I'm more excited or if she is??
  • Where's the Monkees?
    Ah, cross-pollinating pop culture media. Who doesn't want a taste of that lip-synching pie? (Hell, it worked for High School The Musical.)

    I'm still waiting for the Brady kids and Partridge Family tour bus to arrive.
  • Gleek
    I'm a new Gleek, I guess, but the tickets sure are pricey!!!
  • Hopeful
    My BFF called me about this yesterday and we are checking the budget...!
  • Gleetards unite
    Count me out.
  • Hopefully
    My daughter found out about this yesterday and insists we go! I just hope I can afford the tickets!
  • seriously?
    Does Ryan Murphy let this cast sleep and eat, or is it all about promoting the "Glee" brand 24/7? Geez - I'm sure that they get paid, but seems like this bunch of youngsters have spent the last 36 months making sure "Glee" makes every nickel possible.
    • Glee!
      So excited to see Glee. I am taking my 5 year old! I am not sure who is more excited!
    • Not really Youngsters
      While I agree...they probably aren't getting much sleep...they are really youngsters either. The guy that plays Finn is 30something...the rest of the cast are in their 20s. I'd be surprised if any of them are teens. I dont know about you..but as an early 30something with kids..i've been working and tirelessly looking after myself and family for the past decade. Who feels sorry for me?
      • Glee
        so, when's your contest, Lou? : )
      • TOTAL GLEEK!!!!!!!!
        Not true Cory Monteith is 28. Can't wait for the concert!!!!!!!!
      • They really can sing though...
        Should be a good show since they actually can sing/dance. Cory Monteith is actually 28 for the record, but will turn 29 in May. Mark Salling is also 28. The cast ranges from 20 y.o. (Chris Colfer) to 28 (Monteith, Salling, Shum). A couple of them were Broadway stars before this, another in a boy-band, and another two were dancers on tours for artists such as Beyonce and J-Lopez. With the success of their songs on iTunes and other platforms, they are certainly creating a new way for TV to be financially sustainable.

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