2016 Kellogg’s Tour Of Gymnastics Champions Coming To 36 Cities

Is the Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions coming to a city near you? Check it out below.

There will be many exciting gymnasts part of this tour, including members of the Rio and London Olympic teams, and also newly-married Shawn Johnson. More on Johnson here.

There will be a few VIP packages available at each Tour stop, which includes a pre-show Nastia Liukin Chalk Talk, led by Nastia and selected members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team; seats in the first two rows; and a post-show autograph session.

Release via USA Gymnastics

INDIANAPOLIS, April 21, 2016 – The 2016 Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions, which begins on Sept. 15 in Spokane, Wash., will visit 36 cities, both large and small, across the nation before wrapping up Nov. 13 in Boston, Mass.  The Tour will showcase gymnasts from the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, along with well-known names from the sport.

"This is going to be the best show we have ever produced," said Steve Penny, president of USA Gymnastics. "We will celebrate our athletes’ success in Rio, as well as what gymnastics means to kids and fans of all ages. This will be a special opportunity for fans across America to see the USA’s best-known and well-loved gymnasts."

“The stars of USA Gymnastics started every morning with a dream, hitting the gym and working to achieve their full potential.  They have inspired and delighted fans with their hard work and dazzling performances,” said Jeremy Harper, senior director of marketing for Kellogg Morning Foods. “As an official sponsor, Kellogg’s is proud to help bring this incredible showcase to communities around the country. Maybe we’ll help inspire future gymnasts to start their own Olympic journey.”

At each Tour stop, local gymnasts are expected to join the cast of gymnastics champions. The complete routing for the Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions is listed below. Both Los Angeles and Boston will have two performances.  For more information, including start times, go to kelloggstour.com.

Sept. 15      Spokane, Wash./Spokane Arena (Thursday)

Sept. 16      Seattle, Wash./KeyArena (Friday)

Sept. 18      San Jose, Calif./SAP Center (Sunday)

Sept. 22      Glendale, Ariz./Gila River Arena (Thursday)

Sept. 24      Los Angeles/STAPLES Center (Saturday)*

Sept. 29      Dallas, Texas/American Airlines Center (Thursday)

Sept. 30      Houston/Toyota Center (Friday)

Oct. 1          San Antonio, Texas/AT&T Center (Saturday)

Oct. 2          Lubbock, Texas/United Supermarkets Arena (Sunday)

Oct. 5          Little Rock, Ark./Verizon Arena (Wednesday)

Oct. 6          St. Louis, Mo./Chaifetz Arena  (Thursday)

Oct. 7          Kansas City, Mo./Sprint Center (Friday)

Oct. 8          Omaha, Neb./CenturyLink Center (Saturday)

Oct. 9          Minneapolis/Target Center (Sunday)

Oct. 13        Chicago/United Center (Thursday)

Oct. 14        Milwaukee, Wis./BMO Harris Bradley Center (Friday)

Oct. 15        Indianapolis/Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Saturday)

Oct. 16        Grand Rapids, Mich./Van Andel Arena (Sunday)

Oct. 19        Cleveland, Ohio/Wolstein Center (Wednesday)

Oct. 20        Auburn Hills, Mich./Palace of Auburn Hills (Thursday)

Oct. 21        Cincinnati, Ohio/U.S. Bank Arena  (Friday)

Oct. 22        Columbus, Ohio/Nationwide Arena (Saturday)

Oct. 23        Pittsburgh, Pa./CONSOL Energy Center (Sunday)

Oct. 25        Hershey, Pa./Giant Center (Tuesday)

Oct. 27        Greensboro, N.C./Greensboro Coliseum (Thursday)

Oct. 28        Charlotte, N.C./Time Warner Cable Arena (Friday)

Oct. 29        Duluth, Ga./Infinite Energy Arena (Saturday)

Oct. 30        Tampa, Fla./Amalie Arena (Sunday)

Nov. 3          Rochester, N.Y./Blue Cross Arena (Thursday)

Nov. 4          Philadelphia, Pa./Wells Fargo Center (Friday)

Nov. 5          Hartford, Conn./XL Center  (Saturday)

Nov. 6          Brooklyn, N.Y./Barclays Center (Sunday)

Nov. 10        Washington, D.C./Verizon Center (Thursday)

Nov. 11        Newark, N.J./Prudential Center (Friday)

Nov. 12        Bridgeport, Conn./Webster Bank Arena (Saturday)

Nov. 13        Boston/TD Garden (Sunday)*

*Two shows scheduled

Tickets to the Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions will be available through participating gymnastics clubs until the official public on-sale this summer. A limited number of VIP packages will be available at each Tour stop that include a pre-show Nastia Liukin Chalk Talk, led by 2008 Olympic all-around champion Nastia Liukin, along with selected members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team; seats in the first two rows; and a post-show autograph session.  Platinum tickets, also available in each market, include the pre-show Nastia Liukin Chalk Talk with selected members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team.

Tickets are offered in selected markets, with additional cities becoming accessible on a daily basis. A discount ticket program for gymnastics clubs will be available in every market, with club incentives based on ticket sales.  Gym clubs can visit kelloggstour.com or contact the local arena for additional details and to secure tickets. Click here for more information for each Tour stop.

Other supporting partners for this year’s Tour are GK Elite, Hershey’s, Hilton and Procter and Gamble. The Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions is produced by USA Gymnastics in partnership with AEG Facilities. The Kellogg Company is the exclusive title sponsor.

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