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Darren Criss has certainly making the most of his summer Glee vacation. Not only has he been taking his sold out Listen Up tour through North America, he’s been busy promoting his new film Girl Most Likely at the Champs-Élysées Film Festival in Paris. Now as his tour is drawing to a close, he’s busily filling up the remaining days of his time off.
First up is a performance at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 22. Darren will be performing with the John Burroughs High School Powerhouse Show Choir. Darren will also be presenting, alongside Stevie Wonder, inductees Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Patti Austin and John Legend into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame.
Then days after his final gig, Darren will be headlining, alongside Barry Manilow, at Washington DC’s annual Fourth of July celebration, A Capitol Fourth. According to a newsletter sent out to many fans,
Darren will be performing one song at the event. The other performers joining him will be Tom Bergeron, Barry Manilow, Candice Glover, Scotty McCreery, Jackie Evancho, Megan Hilty and John Williams. Fans unable to go to the event can watch the performance on PBS or listen to NPR at 8 p.m. eastern time.
While on tour, Darren has taken the time to speak to a number of media outlets. Catch up with some of the videos below:
Darren on E! Online talking about his life on tour and about performing with his friends.
Darren also had a jam session with omg! Insider and here are the outtakes:
And finally Darren made a stop at The Morning Show while in Toronto. He talked about acting, singing, and life on tour. Check out the interview: