‘American Idol’ Winner Iam Tongi Announces Summer Tour Dates
American Idol Season 21 winner Iam Tongi recently announced upcoming tour dates for this summer. Fans who enjoyed his TV performances will now have a chance to see him take the stage live in concert.
American Idol Winner Iam Tongi Announces Tour Dates
Last week, Tongi took to Twitter to share 10 upcoming concert dates, writing, “I’ll be seeing your on the road this summer! Some tickets are already available at the link in my bio & more will be available soon – check the individual festival/venue websites for full details.”
The first date on the list is the BEACH IT! Festival, which took place in Virginia Beach last Friday. Tongi will also be heading to his hometown of Kahuku, Hawaii, to perform for Ohana Day on July 1. After that, he’s performing in Tacoma, Washington.
On July 24 and 25, Tongi will perform at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. He also has several other California dates lined up for the summer, including the California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles and Holo Holo Festival in Sacramento.
Tongi also listed his October performance in Auckland, New Zealand for the Eden Festival. The post teases that even more shows will be announced. Fans can go here for tickets to various dates.
I’ll be seeing you on the road this summer! 🤙🏾 Some tickets are already available at the link in my bio & more will be available soon – check the individual festival/venue websites for full details! pic.twitter.com/TU2CLiQHZv— Iam Tongi (@wtongi) June 20, 2023
Tongi Recently Graduated High School
Not long after he was announced as the Season 21 winner of American Idol, Tongi had another reason to celebrate. The 18-year-old graduated high school in Washington earlier this month. During the ceremony, he performed “Don’t Let Go” by Spawnbreezie.
Tongi previously received an honorary degree from Kahuku High School in his hometown in Hawaii. The honor came during his hometown visit as a finalist on Idol. As part of his time on the show, Tongi also released a song called “I’ll Be Seeing You.” The track was written by former Idol star Francisco Martin.
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