The classical crossover group Il Divo is taking their hit Broadway show on the road — with a stop in Salt Lake City.
The internationally acclaimed foursome, formed by producer and "American Idol" T-shirt model Simon Cowell,will perform at EnergySolutions Arena on April 15.
The quartet — made up of Swiss tenor Urs Buhler, Spanish baritone Carlos Marin, French pop artist Sebastien Izambard and American tenor David Miller — performed a weeklong run on Broadway earlier this month, in support of their recent album "A Musical Affair." The album features songs from such musicals as "Cats," "The Phantom of the Opera," "Les Miserables," "West Side Story," "South Pacific," "Carousel" and "The Lion King."
Tickets go on sale Friday morning, via Smith’s Tix. Tickets are $49 to $89 for upper bowl seats, and $89 to $125 for lower bowl seats.
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