Chris Daughtry’s ‘Live from Home’ virtual tour will support the Fox Theatre

Chris Daughtry of Daughtry performing at Eventim Apollo in London. The singer will play a virtual tour this summer.
Chris Daughtry of Daughtry performing at Eventim Apollo in London. The singer will play a virtual tour this summer.

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Chris Daughtry is embarking on his own version of a tour – a virtual one.

The singer-songwriter will perform a series of market-specific, livestreamed acoustic performances this summer, including a 7 p.m. Aug. 27 show for an Atlanta audience.

Daughtry will play 19 different shows for 19 different markets as part of his “Live from Home” tour, which will originate in Nashville. The events will also support local venues and staff, as a percentage of ticket sales and tips will directly benefit each respective venue. In Atlanta, the show will have its “virtual stop” at the Fox Theatre.

Tickets start at $10 for a private link to watch the performance and submit questions to Daughtry throughout the performance.

They, along with the additional ticket packages below, will go on sale at noon July 20 via onlocationlive.com/category/foxtheatre.

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Package Offerings

Ultimate 2020 Experience - $75

● One private link to watch a local performance by Chris Daughtry

● Submit questions for Chris to answer during the evening

● Personal 1 on 1 video chat and Meet & Greet with Chris Daughtry

● Personal screenshot photo with Chris

● One copy of the setlist, signed by Chris Daughtry

● One commemorative tour shirt

Live Stream & Merch Bundle - $25

● One private link to watch a local performance by Chris Daughtry

● Submit questions for Chris to answer during the evening

● One copy of the setlist, signed by Chris Daughtry

● One commemorative tour shirt

GA Live Stream Package - $10

● One private link to watch a local performance by Chris Daughtry

● Submit questions for Chris to answer during the evening

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