Ben Platt’s The Reverie Tour
GRAMMY®, TONY®, and Emmy® Award-winning recording artist and songwriter BEN PLATT announced his biggest North American headline tour thus far. The tour will hit Chicago’s Wintrust Arena on Saturday, March 19 at 8:00PM, with special guest Jake Wesley Rogers.
Fans can register for presales now HERE. American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Thursday, August 19 at 10 am local time through Thursday, August 26 at 10 pm local time, no presale registration needed. Wintrust Arena presale runs Thursday, August 26th from 10:00AM until 10:00PM. Public on-sales start on Friday, August 27 at 10 am (local). For complete details and ticket availability, please visit www.benplattmusic.com. A limited number of exclusive VIP Packages are also available. Packages include an amazing selection of reserved seated tickets, custom merchandise and more.
Countless fans worldwide fell head over heels for Ben Platt during his Tony® Award-winning turn in the title role of Dear Evan Hansen and on-screen in films such as the Pitch Perfect franchise. As the vocalist, actor, and performer sang life into a host of nuanced and fascinating characters, audiences embraced his voice wholeheartedly. By dusting off the piano, picking up a pen, and singing his own truth straight from the heart, he shared another side of himself as a solo artist in early 2019. For the first time, he redirected the empathy that endeared him to millions—on himself.
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’s a confusing emotion to describe until you hear Platt’s cherubic vocals sing the words – then it feels like it’s happening to you right in this moment.”