The Masked Singer National Tour kicks off in Detroit

From left to right: Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, guest panelist Jamie Foxx and Nicole Scherzinger in "The Masked Singer." (The Greg Gayne/FOX/TNS)
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By Brendel Hightower Detroit Free Press (TNS)

The Masked Singer National Tour will kick off an all-new live show May 28 at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

The live show will feature two celebrity guest hosts and one local celebrity who will be in a top-secret disguise, keeping the audience guessing until they are unmasked at the end of the night.

The announcement is on the heels of last week’s Season 3 debut of Fox’s No. 1 hit show. Audiences can expect to see their favorite characters brought to life onstage, surprise celebrity guests and new performances for all ages.

Tickets for the Detroit show (starting at $39.50) are on sale now and can be purchased at 313Presents.com, LiveNation.com the Fox Theatre and Little Caesars Arena XFINITY box offices and Ticketmaster.com.

The Masked Singer Tour dates:

May 28: Fox Theatre Detroit — Detroit

May 29: Taft Theatre — Cincinnati

May 30: Benedum Center — Pittsburgh

May 31: Palace Theatre Columbus — Columbus, Ohio

June 2: Riverside Theatre — Milwaukee

June 3: Orpheum Theatre — Minneapolis

June 4: Des Moines Performing Arts — Civic Center — Des Moines, Iowa

June 5: Rosemont Theatre — Rosemont, Ill.

June 6: Stifel Theatre — St. Louis

June 7: Old National Centre — Indianapolis

June 9: KeyBank State Theatre at Playhouse Square — Cleveland

June 10: Hippodrome at France-Merrick Performing Arts Center — Baltimore

June 11: Warner Theatre — Washington, D.C.

June 12: New Jersey Performing Arts Center — Newark, N.J.

June 13: Boch Center Wang Theatre — Boston

June 14: Mohegan Sun Arena — Uncasville, Conn.

June 17: The Met Philadelphia — Philadelphia

June 18: Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Energy Center — Richmond, Va.

June 19: DPAC — Durham Performing Arts Center — Durham, N.C.

June 20: Ovens Auditorium — Charlotte, N.C.

June 21: Fox Theatre Atlanta — Atlanta

June 22: Ryman Auditorium — Nashville, Tenn.

June 24: Harrah’s Cherokee Center — Asheville — Asheville, N.C.

June 25: Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts — Moran Theater — Jacksonville, Fla.

June 27: Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center — Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

June 28: The Mahaffey Theater — St Petersburg, Fla.

June 30: BJCC Concert Hall — Birmingham, Ala.

July 1: Saenger Theatre New Orleans — New Orleans

July 2: Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land — Sugar Land, Texas

July 8: Tobin Center for the Performing Arts — San Antonio

July 10: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory — Irving, Texas

July 11: Brady Theater — Tulsa, Okla.

July 12: Uptown Theater — Kansas City, Mo.

July 15: Ellie Caulkins Opera House — Denver

July 16: Kingsbury Hall Salt Lake City — Salt Lake City

July 18: Paramount Theatre — Seattle

July 19: Keller Auditorium — Portland, Ore.

July 22: San Jose Civic — San Jose, Calif.

July 24: The Smith Center — Las Vegas

July 25: Grand Sierra Resort and Casino — Reno, Nev.

July 26: William Saroyan Theatre Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center — Fresno, Calif.

July 28: Tucson Music Hall — Tucson, Ariz.

July 29: Arizona Federal Theatre formerly Comerica Theatre — Phoenix

July 30: San Diego Civic Theatre — San Diego

Aug 1: Orpheum Theatre — Los Angeles

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