Friday, August 7, 2015

Fan Of America's Got Talent? This Year's Winner Will Perform In SA

Posted By on Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 11:13 AM

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As America’s Got Talent enters its 10th season, fans of the show will inevitably get attached to their favorite acts, hedging their bets to see who will come out on top.

This year’s winner, along with some of the season’s finalists and favorites, will be performing at SA's Tobin Center in November as part of America’s Got Talent’s Live Tour.

The National Tour returns to the show this year after a brief break last season, where finalists instead headlined two shows in Las Vegas. The tour had previously been a feature of the show from season five in 2010 until season eight.

With this season currently in progress, the tour’s lineup won’t be solidified until the finale. Just a few weeks into the show, magicians, acrobats, singers and even a professional regurgitator have advanced to the next round, increasing their chances of joining the tour later this year.

As one of the show’s regular audition sites, San Antonians have a special stake in the tour if one of their own makes it to the finals. The city’s been featured on the show multiple times in the past couple of years, giving locals a chance to appear on national TV.

From snake stuntmen to mariachis and dancers, hundreds of people have lined up outside of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center to showcase their talents and provided the judges with an ample amount of entertainment.

Tickets go on sale today. Purchase at, (210) 223-8624 and at The Tobin Center Box Office, 100 Auditorium Circle.

Tickets go from $30 to $65.

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