“So You Think You Can Dance” is back! Here’s how to get tickets
The highly anticipated revival of So you think you can dance is currently filming in Los Angeles, California. The revival of the popular FOX series promises highly skilled dancers showcasing their talents in multiple dance styles.
Audience member tickets are now available for the upcoming filming dates of So you think you can dance. Anyone aged 15 and over can attend the taping of this series. Recording takes place at Red Studios in Los Angeles, California on April 15, 16 and 22. This event is completely free for fans.
Find out more about participating in this event
The show requires all audience members to have full COVID-19 vaccination status. The website specifics that are fully vaccinated are at least two weeks after the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, or after the second dose of Moderna or Pfizer. On top of that, they require each individual to be “up to date” with the booster if eligible.
Fans who received their last vaccine dose at least five months ago should have the booster at this event. Being “up to date” verifies that extra dose. The production team will accommodate fans who cannot get vaccinated due to disability or sincere religious beliefs, practices or observances.
Audience members will be required to take two COVID tests before their filming date. One test is required 48 hours before the event and the other the same day. All tests are free with regards to registration and will be performed on set.
So You Think You Can Dance returns to FOX May 18
The highly anticipated Season 17 returns with a whole new cast of guests. Stephen “tWitch” Boss, Matthew Morrison and JoJo Siwa are the judges for this season. Cat Deeley is reprising her role as host in the upcoming season.
The network says the all-new season will feature skilled dancers between the ages of 18 and 30. These dancers will perform in multiple dance styles including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, and more. Selected dancers will move into the studio and work with world-renowned choreographers. They will compete weekly with new challenges and twists introduced throughout the season. Fans can’t wait for this series to air next month!
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