LAS VEGAS (October 8, 2019) – Global phenomenon André Rieu, the “King of Waltz” who has made classical music accessible to mainstream audiences, will bring his Johann Strauss Orchestra back to the USA in 2020. Audiences can look forward to five magical nights in Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Anaheim (LA) and Oakland in March 2020. André Rieu will perform at T-Mobile Arena Friday, March 20, 2020.

Tickets starting at $65 (not including applicable service charges) go on sale Saturday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. PT at

Dubbed the Maestro of the Masses (New York Times) and a Weapon of Mass Happiness (The Spectator), André Rieu returns with his 70-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, the largest private orchestra in the world, the Platin Tenors and many international soloists.

André Rieu went on to build an empire out of a worldwide classical music touring act. Approximately 110 people go on the road with him each year. In 2017 and 2018, his U.S. tour drew more than 150,000 fans. And he dreams of performing on the moon one day. The audience can look forward to fantastic melodies from film, musicals, operas and operettas as well as traditional music—and of course they are invited to waltz the night away to an unforgettable evening of music and dance. Rieu firmly believes that classical music is made for everybody to enjoy, not just for an elite. At his concerts, guests will laugh, weep, sing and dance in the aisles.

André Rieu has sold more than 40 million CDs and DVDs (his new album is Happy Days – available on CD/DVD and his new DVD is Christmas Down UnderLive from Sydney). He has had 30 No. 1 chart positions and received 500 platinum awards. His YouTube videos have received over a billion views so far and he has more than 5 million subscribers follow the King of Waltz on Facebook.

André Rieu has been married for over 40 years and lives with his wife Marjorie on a romantic castle from 1452 in his hometown Maastricht in the Netherlands. The couple has two sons and five grandchildren.

André Rieu – USA 2020 Tour Dates West Coast

March 17, 2020                 Phoenix                                Talking Stick Resort Arena                  8:00 pm

March 18, 2020                 San Diego                            Pechanga Arena San Diego               8:00 pm

March 20, 2020                 Las Vegas                             T-Mobile Arena                                 8:00 pm

March 21, 2020                 Anaheim (LA)                         HONDA Center                               8:00 pm

March 22, 2020                 Oakland                               Oakland Arena                                8:00 pm    

New Album / Release: November 22
André Rieu’s new album Happy Days celebrates the 70th birthday of the “King of Waltz” featuring fittingly celebrational classics from the course of his remarkable career. Fans can look forward to joyful hits like Eviva España and title-track Happy Days Are Here Again, as well as celebrations of romance such as the world famous Second Waltz, which marked André Rieu’s breakthrough in 1994. Happy Days is also an homage to Vienna, the city that played the most important role in Rieu’s career. The King of Waltz will take you back to the Golden Age of Operetta with beautiful waltzes, lively polkas and jauntily can cans from The White Horse Inn or The Gypsy Princess.

New DVD / Release: November 29
Christmas Down Under – Live from Sydney
: This wonderful new DVD captures a magical evening of music and dance, featuring his world-class sopranos, The Platin Tenors and plenty of surprises, recorded live in Sydney’s iconic Town Hall. The new DVD features 28 tracks including the most beloved Christmas tunes like The Holy City, Sleighride, O holy Night and Jingle Bells; romantic classics like Plaisir d’Amour, Auld Lang Syne, Highland Cathedral and Can’t Help Falling in Love ; famous waltzes like The Beautiful Blue Danube, Lara’s Theme from Dr. Zhivago and Strauss & Co as well as the two most famous Hallelujah’s ever written: The joyous tune from Handel’s Messiah and Leonard Cohen’s much loved version. Be ready to be blown away by Carl Orffs majestic O Fortuna from Carmina burana and sing along to We Wish You a Merry Christmas.

About T-Mobile Arena:
T-Mobile Arena, the 20,000-seat venue located on the Las Vegas Strip between Park MGM and New York-New York, opened April 6, 2016. The arena hosts more than 100 events annually including major headline entertainment, awards shows, UFC, boxing, basketball and other sporting events, family shows and special events. T-Mobile Arena also is the home of the Vegas Golden Knights, a National Hockey League expansion team and the city’s first professional sports team. The city’s newest landmark, named the No. 1 venue on Billboard Magazine’s 2018 Arena Power List as well as the “Best New Major Concert Venue” by Pollstar Magazine in 2016, features 50 luxury suites, more than two dozen private loge boxes, complete broadcast facilities, and other specially designed exclusive hospitality offerings and fan amenities destined to create a guest experience second to none. Toshiba Plaza, an adjacent two-acre outdoor entertainment space, features performance stages, a variety of video screens and other interactive content and display areas. Industry-leading architect Populous designed T-Mobile Arena to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s standards for LEED® Gold Certification. T-Mobile Arena is a privately funded joint venture between AEG and MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM). For more information, visit or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Media Contacts
André Rieu: 

Marie v. Baumbach
van Almsick & Team GmbH & Co KG  im Auftrag von André Rieu Productions

T-Mobile Arena:
Katharine Sherrer, MGM Resorts International