Barry Manilow Will Hit The Road ‘One More Time’’ Barry Manilow Launches Farewell Tour [Tour SCHEDULE]


Barry Manilow Will Hit The Road ‘One More Time’ Barry Manilow North American Tour 2015 will be the last time the adult contemporary rock legend goes out on the road.

The Copa singer announced that his “One Last Time” tour will be his last. 

“We’re having a great time putting the show together.  We hope to take everyone on an emotional roller coaster.  I can’t wait to see everyone dancing in the aisles,” Manilow said in announcing the tour.

Manilow said the One Last Time! Tour is “my way of thanking everyone for their years of support…one last time!” Manilow will open the tour in Omaha, Neb., February 11, 2015 and close it on his birthday in his native Brooklyb at the Barclays Center on June 17.

This will be the first time Manilow will play the Barclays Center.

  From 2005 to 2011, Barry Manilow played over 400 concerts at the Las Vegas Hilton and Paris Las Vegas.

Since then Manilow has limited his concert appearances.  Barry Manilow has pulled in Grammy Awards, Tony Awards and Emmy Awards since his mega hit song, “Mandy,” topped the charts in 1975.  Manilow’s latest album, “My Dream Duets,” was released on October 27 and debuted at #4 on the Billboard Charts.

My Dream Duets is Manilow’s 15th Top 10 album.  Manilow used technology to record  “dream” duets with his musical heroes from Judy Garland and Louis Armstrong to Whitney Houston and John Denver.

Barry Manilow’s is ranked as the top Adult Contemporary chart artist of all time with over 50 Top 40 hits.

Barry Manilow’s ONE LAST TIME! Tour Dates: Concert date / City / Venue /On-Sale date Feb.

11 Omaha, NE CenturyLink Center Nov.

24 Feb.

12 Kansas City,MO Sprint Center Nov.

24 Feb.

14 Chicago, IL United Center Nov.

24 Feb.

15 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills Dec.

5 Feb.

24 Milwaukee, WI BMO Harris Bradley Center Nov.

24 Feb.

26 Cleveland, OH Wolstein Center Nov.

24 Feb.

27 Washington, D.C.

Verizon Center Nov.

24 Mar.

1 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena Nov.

24 Mar.

26 Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center Nov.

24 Mar.

28 Mashantucket, CT The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Nov.

24 Apr.

8 Glendale, AZ Gila River Arena Dec.

5 Apr.

10 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena Dec.

5 Apr.

11 San Diego, CA Valley View Casino Center Nov.

24 Apr.

14 Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center Nov.

24 Apr.

17 Sacramento, CA Sleep Train Arena Nov.

24 Apr.

18 San Jose, CA SAP Center at San Jose Nov.

24 Apr.

20 West Valley City, UT Maverik Center Nov.

24 May 26 Vancouver, B.C.

Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena Nov.

28 May 27 Seattle, WA KeyArena at Seattle Center Dec.

5 Noon May 28 Portland, OR Moda Center Nov.

24 June 4 Duluth, GA The Arena at Gwinnett Center Nov.

24 June 5 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center Nov.

24 June 6 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena Nov.

24 June 13 Philadelphia, PA The Wells Fargo Center Nov.

24 June 14 Newark, NJ Prudential Center TBD June 16 Boston, MA TD Garden Nov.

24 June 17 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center TBD      

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