Josh Groban Announces Newark Concert Date

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NEWARK — Singer Josh Groban will make his only area appearance of his new tour at the Prudential Center in Newark on Wednesay, Oct. 30. The “In the Round Tour,” begins on Oct. 2 in Boise, Idaho and continues into November, wrapping up on Nov. 13 in Dallas, Texas.

Several ticket pre-sales, including an exclusive Fan Club pre-sale via, kick off today. Citi® cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Wednesday, May 8, at 10 a.m. local time through Citi’s Private Pass® Program. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, May 10 at 10 a.m. at and

The “In The Round” tour will give fans a one of a kind concert experience. Placed in the middle of the floor this 360 stage will allow Groban to interact with fans from all sides of the venue and hear him sing songs that span his 12 year career. The “In the Round” tour builds on the concept of Groban’s 2011 “Straight To You” world tour, bringing the intimate feel of a theater experience to an arena setting.

Says Groban, “It has been a vision of mine to do a tour in the round for a while now, it was just a matter of when was the right time. I have always had moments during the show where I walked through the crowd and interacted with the fans. I felt that now was the time to bring it all together. I can’t wait to bring music from throughout my career, great fun and new experiences to my fans.”

Groban will be joined by an ensemble of world class musicians – featuring Andre Manga on bass, Ruslan Sirota on keys, Pete Korpela on percussion, music director Tariqh Akoni on guitar , Dave DiCenso on drums , Christian Habel on violin and Daniel Rosenboom on trumpet. In addition, a local orchestra and choir will be added in each city.

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