'AGT' Semifinalists We Three Announce First-Ever Headlining Tour: Exclusive

We Three
Bethany Palacious

We Three

The North American trek will also feature a unique altered-reality tour poster.

Eight months after striking a chord with viewers on America's Got Talent, sibling trio We Three are bringing their charm and alluring original tunes to stages around the country. The pop group are announcing their first-ever headlining trek, The Lifeline Tour, exclusively on Billboard.

The tour will hit 34 cities across the U.S., kicking off on March 7 in Huntington, New York. While We Three's time on AGT was certainly special, the siblings (Joshua Humlie, Manny Humlie and Bethany Blanchard) are most looking forward to finally connecting with the fans who got them to the semifinals of the show.

"To do this tour is literally a dream come true," Blanchard tells Billboard in a statement. "It’s what we have always wanted, and for us to be able to actually meet our fans and share our very special show is so exciting."

Their "very special show" will also feature a unique altered-reality tour poster that will be on the streets of every tour stop. Each poster will include a QR code that, when scanned on the AR.Gallery App (available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store), will transport fans to a live world where We Three will be in conversation with viewers about their album and tour. The band teamed up with IT artist and AR.Gallery creator Jonmar to create the poster, which they compare to a Harry Potter-type of magic. "There’s nothing quite like it, and it makes the Lifeline Tour very special," the group adds.

The Lifeline Tour is named after the opening track of We Three's debut self-titled album, "Lifeline," one of the original songs they performed on AGT.  

Check out the Lifeline Tour dates below, and keep an eye out for the AR poster when We Three stops by a town near you.

The Lifeline Tour Dates

March 7 -- Huntington, NY @ Paramount Theater 
March 9 -- Freehold, NJ @ iPlay America 
March 10 -- Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest Cafe 
March 12 -- Boston, MA @ The Wilbur Theatre 
March 13 -- Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live 
March 15 -- New York, NY @ Playstation Theater 
March 16 -- Annapolis, MD @ Rams Head On Stage 
March 18 -- Warrendale, PA @ Jergel's Rhythm Grille 
March 19 -- Alexandria, VA @ The Birchmere 
March 21 -- Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues - Cleveland 
March 22 -- Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot 
March 23 -- Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar 
March 24 -- Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre 
March 26 -- Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater 
March 27 -- Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom 
March 28 --  Chicago, IL @ Park West 
March 30 -- Nashville, TN @ The Cowan 
March 31 -- Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse 
April 3 -- Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse 
April 4 -- Clearwater, FL @ Capitol Theatre 
April 6 -- Orlando, FL @ Plaza Live 
April 7 -- Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall 
April 9 -- Saint Louis, MO @ The Ready Room 
April 11 -- Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theatre & Cafe 
April 14 -- Houston, TX @ House of Blues Bronze Peacock 
April 17 -- Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater 
April 19 -- Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room 
April 20 -- Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom 
April 23 -- Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre 
April 24 -- San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall 
April 27 -- Portland, OR, @ TBD
April 28 -- Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre 


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