Julianne and Derek Hough Bring 'Rock Concert for Dance' to Jacobs Pavilion

Concert Announcement



Last year, siblings Julianne and Derek Hough embarked on a tour featuring dance and music. It was such a success, the duo has now announced planned for an extensive 40-city summer tour that will feature new choreography and production. “We had such a fun and high energy show last year,” says Julianne Hough in a press release. “It was amazing to see such a great reaction from our fans the first time, and we can’t wait til they see what we have up our sleeves now! Our goal then, and our goal now is to have it feel like a rock concert for dance, and I think we have and certainly will accomplish that again.”

Dubbed MOVE Live on Tour 2015, the show will feature a brand new stage production, and the Move Company Dancers will join the siblings for the event, which will also feature live vocal performances. The tour comes to Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica on Tuesday, July 14. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday. VIP packages that include pre-show parties and meet and greet opportunities with the Houghs will be available through VIPNation.com.

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