Updated April 7: Due to popular demand for David Archuleta tickets — tickets sold out in record time according to a Tuacahn release — Tuacahn has added a second night to see him in concert.
In addition to the Nov. 7 concert, David Archuleta will also be performing on Nov. 6. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. and are expected to sell fast.
Advanced presale tickets for season package holders are already available, and according to the same Tuacahn release, it is not too late to purchase your season package tickets and take advantage of early ticket offerings.
Call the Tuacahn Box Office today 800-746-9882.
ST. GEORGE — Utah’s own superstar, David Archuleta, will perform at the Tuacahn Amphitheatre, 1100 Tuacahn Drive in Ivins, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m.
After tickets went on sale Wednesday, the response was overwhelming and no seats remain available in the main theatre. But, Director of Marketing Stephanie Finck said Monday, there are still a few tickets left in the overflow sections – but not many. To buy tickets in the overflow, telephone 435-652-3300. Overflow section tickets are $34.50 each, and no discounts apply.
Archuleta became a star at age 16 as more than 30 million television viewers fell in love with his angelic voice, casting 44 million votes to make him runner-up in Season 7 of “American Idol.”
After signing with Jive Records, his first single, “Crush,” debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. His self-titled album later went gold selling more than 750,000 copies in the U.S., and more than 900,000 worldwide, according to Archuleta’s bio on his website, followed by more recordings and accolades.
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Video courtesy of DavidArchuleta.com, St. George News
“It was so neat to see how positive fans were about ‘Crush,’” Archuleta said, in his bio, of the enthusiastic reception for his chart debut.
In 2012, Archuleta, went on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving at La Misión Chile Rancagua in Santiago, Chile. According to the bio on his website, Archuleta has described the experience as “a dream come true.”
“I never thought I would have the guts to talk to so many different people,” Archuleta said in his bio, adding that, since he’s completed his mission there, he’s never been more confident of either his singing or speaking skills — in English or in Spanish. Archuleta returned March 2014.
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