Summer Tour Preview: Disney Channel Stars On Stage
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Summer Tour Preview: Disney Channel Stars On Stage

 
June 17, 2009 12:42 pm CDT 
 

With summer heating up, kids and tweens might want to stay in watching the Disney Channel. But they'll have to head out to their local concert venues to catch Disney Channel's biggest stars performing live on stage. Among the familiar faces heading out on tour are "JONAS" stars the Jonas Brothers and "Sonny with a Chance" star Demi Lovato.

The Jonas Brothers are taking their new album, "Lines, Vines & Trying Times," out on the road for the first time and performing some of the biggest Radio Disney chart-toppers. With four studio albums and various soundtrack cuts under their belts, the set list and the stage will be the brothers' biggest yet. The show, which will be performed on a stage in the round, will include moving video screens, lasers, and even water effects. The tour kicks off June 20th in Dallas, TX.

Demi Lovato will head out on tour with her sophomore album, "Here We Go Again," which features the first single of the same name. Lovato, who stars on the high-rated comedy "Sonny with a Chance," will be headlining her own tour for the first time after a few opening stints with the Jonas Brothers. The "Don't Forget" singer won't be on her own though. She'll be bringing along Disney-friendly David Archuleta as her opening act for the tour which kicks off June 21st in Hartford, CT.

Other Disney stars hitting the road include "That's So Raven" star Raven-Symone and "Hannah Montana" star Mitchell Musso. Raven and Musso will hit various theme parks across the country as part of the Six Flags Summer Concert Series, including stops in Chicago and Dallas.

But back-to-school won't be as hard-pressed for Disney Channel fans. Beginning in September, Miley Cyrus heads out on tour with her brother's band Metro Station.

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