Les Misérables National Tour Suspended

ABC Cafe and Matt Shingledecker as Enjolras – Photo by Matthew Murphy

In a post on social media, producer Cameron Mackintosh announced that the touring production of Les Misérables will be suspended as they re-examine the production’s touring schedule.

The post indicates that a possible year suspension may take place while taking into account the health and safety of their audiences, theater employees, cast, crew, and musicians. As such, they will be waiting for an effective solution to the health crisis before reopening the show.

Below is a listing of the current 20/21 season route for Les Misérables. This information will be available for research purposes until the tour resumes.

Nashville, TNTPACSeptember 15-20, 2020
Columbia, SCKoger CenterSeptember 29–October 4, 2020
Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom CenterOctober 6-18, 2020
Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterOctober 27–November 1, 2020
Providence, RIPPACNovember 4-8, 2020
Philadelphia, PAAcademy of MusicJanuary 5-17, 2021 ^
Los Angeles, CAAhmanson TheatreJanuary 26–February 28, 2021
San Diego, CACivic TheatreMarch 2-7, 2021
Palm Desert, CAMcCallum TheatreMarch 23-28, 2021
Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic CenterApril 6-11, 2021
Lincoln, NELied CenterApril 13-18, 2021
Lubbock, TXBuddy Holly HallApril 20-25, 2021
Denver, CODenver CenterApril 27–May 2, 2021
Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterMay 4-16, 2021
El Paso, TXPlaza TheatreJune 7-12, 2021 ^
San Jose, CACenter for Performing ArtsJune 15-20, 2021 ^
Eugene, ORHult CenterJuly 27–August 1, 2021 ^
Seattle, WA5th Ave TheatreTBA
^ = rescheduled from the 2019/2020 season

If you purchased tickets for any new or rescheduled performance, please consult the venue specifically for refund or donation options.

Be sure to follow us to know when the production will resume, as well as updates from the venues, which may look to fill the now-vacant spot in their schedule with another show.