Ben Platt’s ‘The Reverie Tour’ Tour Kicks off on February 23 at Orlando’s Amway Center

Aug 27 / 2021
Aug 27 / 2021

Ben Platt’s ‘The Reverie Tour’ Tour Kicks off on February 23 at Orlando’s Amway Center

Tickets are on sale now for Grammy®, Tony®, and Emmy® Award-winning recording artist/songwriter Ben Platt’s highly-anticipated The Reverie Tour. His biggest North American headlining tour thus far, The Reverie Tour kicks off Wednesday, February 23, 2022, at Orlando's Amway Center and concludes with the tour finale on April 8, 2022, in Los Angeles.

For complete details and ticket availability, please visit A limited number of exclusive VIP Packages are also available. Packages include an amazing selection of reserved seats, custom merchandise and more.

Platt’s much-anticipated second solo album, “Reverie,” includes such extraordinary new singles as “Happy To Be Sad” and “Imagine,” both available now on all digital platforms. Produced by Michael Pollack (Justin Bieber, Katy Perry) and Zach Skelton (Jonas Brothers, Paul McCartney) with additional production from Grammy® Award-nominee Gian Stone (Maroon 5, Dua Lipa), "Happy To Be Sad" was met with applause from  Billboard, which raved, "On 'Happy To Be Sad,' the singer beautifully illustrates the portrait of a lover having to leave his significant other for a while, and simply reveling in the sadness as a source of pure joy. It is a confusing emotion to describe until you hear Platt's cherubic vocals sing the words—then it feels like it is happening to you right at this moment." "Happy To Be Sad" is joined by an official companion visualizer, streaming here.]

“Imagine” represented the first new music from Platt since 2019’s “So Will I,” (streaming here). Produced by multiple Grammy® Award-winner Finneas (Billie Eilish, Halsey, Camila Cabello) and applauded by Rolling Stone as “moving, inspiring . . . a powerful new ballad,” “So Will I” is featured on the deluxe edition of Platt’s acclaimed debut album, “Sing to Me Instead.” The expanded collection also includes live material recorded during Platt’s sold-out 2018 headline show at New York City’s legendary Radio City Music Hall, filmed for the concert special, ”Ben Platt Live From Radio City Music Hall,” which streamed exclusively on Netflix.

“Sing to Me Instead” proved a full-fledged sensation upon its March 2019 release, amassing over 337M global streams and earning applause from fans and critics alike. A genuinely multi-faceted actor, singer and all-around performer, the album saw Platt making a remarkable arrival as a solo recording artist and a songwriter, co-writing all of the album's 12 songs. Highlights include “Bad Habit,” “Ease My Mind,” “Grow As We Go,” and “Temporary Love,” all of which are joined by official music videos (streaming here).

The winner of the 2017 Tony® Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his performance as Evan Hansen in the smash hit, “Dear Evan Hansen,” Platt also received a Grammy® Award for his role on Atlantic’s “Dear Evan Hansen” (Original Broadway Cast Recording) and a 2018 Daytime Emmy Award for his part in the cast’s powerful performance of “You Will Be Found” on NBC’s “TODAY.” Platt reprises his role as Evan in the “Dear Evan Hansen” film, set for release on September 24; watch the official trailer here.

Platt's evolving body of work also includes memorable roles in the Tony® Award-winning original Broadway production of "The Book of Mormon;" the blockbuster films; "Pitch Perfect" and "Pitch Perfect 2," and the acclaimed Netflix series, "The Politician," which earned him a Golden Globe nomination for "Best Actor in a Comedy," among many others. Platt, who recently made a guest appearance on FOX's "The Simpsons," began filming "Merrily We Roll Along" with Beanie Feldstein, directed by Richard Linklater, which covers the course of 20 years. Platt appears in BJ Novak's anthology series, "The Premise," a new comedy-drama coming to FX and Hulu. He begins production next month on the film "The People We Hate at the Wedding" alongside Kristen Bell and Allison Janney.

Feb 23 / 2022

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