Symphony of Dance Tour – Dance Performance
The Andrew J Brady Music Center
Derek Hough and Hayley Erbert stop at the Andrew J Brady Music Center for the Symphony of Dance Tour on October 8
Derek Hough follows on previous successes with a return to Cincinnati with the Symphony of Dance Tour featuring Hayley Erbert. The show is the first national tour of Derek’s in four years, featuring all-new choreography and stunning stage production. The creative team and two-time EMMY® winners, Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo, join the two to direct and supervise the tour.
From tap and ballroom to salsa and hip-hop, enjoy high-energy choreography, excellent stage production, and fantastic versatility. Fans will join Derek and Hayley on a journey through a fusion of dance and music that explores various styles. Enjoy this live return to musical exploration from this legendary couple in person.
Tickets cost $34 to $803, with various packages available on Ticketmaster. A lounge pass is also available in addition to the price of a ticket, giving access to the CityView Lounge. Tickets can be purchased online or at the box office from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Doors to the Andrew J Brady Music Center open at 6 p.m. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
The Andrew J Brady Music Center has A.D.A. Accessibility entrances and seating. People requiring hearing or visual assistance should specify such at the time of ticket purchase. A.D.A. seating will be sold on the best available basis, allowing one to three companions.
A.D.A. Tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com or the box office during opening hours. Sign language interpreters are available upon request; requests must be received three weeks before the Symphony of Dance Tour. Please email [email protected] for any questions or accessibility requests.
The following are not permitted at the Andrew J Brady Music Center:
- All jackets and bags will be searched upon entry. No bags or purses larger than 12″ x 12″ will be allowed.
- No large bags or backpacks are allowed.
- Audio/video recording equipment
- Outside food and beverage
- Light producing devices
- Posters or signs
- View the complete list of Prohibited Items
Guests are asked to arrive early and be prepared for inspections conducted by The Andrew J Brady Music Center personnel.
The venue is above the Central Riverfront Garage with Race Street and Mehring Way entrances. Additional parking is available nearby; use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate. Take Cincinnati METRO to the venue.
About Derek Hough
Emmy award-winning and New York Times Best-selling author Darek Hough started dancing at a young age in Salt Lake City. Hough’s film and television debut was in the feature film Make Your Move and in a recurring role on A.B.C.’s Nashville. Derek’s stage performances include Radio City Music Hall’s Spring Spectacular and the acclaimed production of Footloose in London’s West End.
In 2020, Hough joined Dancing with the Stars as a judge and a six-time show champion. Hough’s memoir, Taking the Lead: Lessons from a Life in Motion, earned a best-selling spot in August 2014. As a three-time Emmy Award winner and twelve-time nominee, Hough is the most nominated male choreographer in Television Academy history.
About Hayley Erberk
Hayley Erberk from Topeka, Kansas, has performed music and dance since age four. Hayley is trained and educated in numerous dance styles with a contemporary specialty. This specialty has earned Hayley national recognition and numerous titles and awards.
Erberk competed in “So You Think You Can Dance,” earning a top three position in high school. Hayley has performed in countless award shows alongside other celebrities before being invited to tour with Derek. After joining for two of Derek’s tours, Hayley and Derek entered a relationship, becoming engaged in 2022.
About the Andrew J Brady Music Center
The Andrew J Brady Music Center in the Banks Neighborhood is one of Cincinnati’s newer music venues. The Music Center opened in 2021 as an indoor and outdoor venue under the management of the Nonprofit group M.E.M.I. The music venue is named after the local music educator Andrew J Brady who taught at various local schools.
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Images provided by Derek Hough