The StarKid Precarious Auditory Concert Experience Tour, more commonly referred to as The SPACE Tour, was the debut concert tour of musical theatre production company StarKid Productions. The tour visited fifteen cities in North America, and featured songs from the group's previous soundtrack albums.

Tour datesEdit

Date[1] City Country Venue
November 4, 2011 Ann Arbor, Michigan United States Michigan Theater
November 5, 2011
2 shows
London, Ontario Canada London Music Hall
November 6, 2011
2 shows
Toronto Mod Club Theatre
November 7, 2011 Cleveland, Ohio United States House of Blues
November 8, 2011 Chicago, Illinois Bottom Lounge
November 10, 2011 New Orleans, Louisiana House of Blues
November 12, 2011 Austin, Texas Antone's Nightclub
November 13, 2011
2 shows
Dallas, Texas House of Blues
November 15, 2011 Atlanta, Georgia Center Stage Theatre
November 16, 2011 Orlando, Florida House of Blues
November 19, 2011 Charlotte, North Carolina The Fillmore
November 20, 2011 Silver Spring, Maryland The Fillmore
November 22, 2011 Cincinnati, Ohio Bogart's
November 25, 2011
2 shows
Boston, Massachusetts House of Blues
November 26, 2011
2 shows
New York City, New York Irving Plaza
November 27, 2011 Gramercy Theatre


The tour consisted of performances of songs from the group's previous soundtrack albums: Little White Lie, A Very Potter Musical, Me and My Dick, A Very Potter Sequel, A Very StarKid Album and Starship. Some songs are performed by their original performers; however, as only seven members of the group performed on the tour, most are performed by different performers.

Part 1:

  1. "I Wanna Be"
  2. "Harry Freakin' Potter"
  3. "Gettin' Along"
  4. "Ready to Go"
  5. "The Coolest Girl"
  6. "Granger Danger"
  7. "To Have a Home"
  8. "It's Over Now"
  9. "Stutter"

Part 2:

  1. "Get Back Up"
  2. "Different As Can Be"
  3. "The Way I Do"
  4. "Boy Toy"
  5. "Kick It Up a Notch"
  6. "No Way"
  7. "Status Quo"
  8. "Beauty"


  1. "Even Though"
  2. "Liam's Got a Phone Call"
  3. "Days of Summer"
  4. "Goin' Back to Hogwarts"


  • Charlene Kaye – guitar
  • Clark Baxtresser – keyboards
  • Mark Swiderski - drums
  • Tomek Miernowski - bass guitar
Guest Performers

Supporting actsEdit

Live albumEdit

Main article: The SPACE Tour (album)

A live album of the tour, recorded at the Gramercy Theatre concert,[1][4]was released on March 13, 2012 through iTunes and[5][6] All of the songs, except for "It's Over Now", feature on the album.

DVD releaseEdit

A DVD of the tour, also recorded at the Gramercy Theatre concert, was released on March 24, 2012.[7][8] Besides capturing the tour on-stage, the DVD offers behind-the-scenes footage and interviews by the film's director, Liam White.[8]

Description Edit

The "Starkid Precarious Auditory Concert Experience" Tour, more commonly known as The SPACE Tour, was Team Starkid's debut concert tour. The tour included 21 shows spanning the entire month of November, 2011, and visiting fifteen cities across North America. The songs performed on the tour came from every Starkid show to date, including A Very Potter Musical, Me and My Dick, A Very Potter Sequel, Starship, and even some cast-favorites from Little White Lie. The members of Team Starkid that performed throughout the entire tour were Brian Holden, Lauren Lopez, Jaime Lyn Beatty, Joey Richter, Dylan Saunders, Meredith Stepien, and Joseph Walker. The SPACE Tour also featured a live band comprised of Charlene Kaye, Tomek Miernowski, "Cool" Clark Baxtresser, and Mark Swiderski. Guest appearances from other members of Team Starkid included Tyler Brunsman, Britney Coleman, Corey Dorris, Elona Finlay, Joe Moses, and "Eastwick"'s Darren Criss. Also appearing on the tour for guest performances were George Watsky, and The Gregory Brothers. The SPACE Tour produced in association with LiveNation, it was managed by team member Julia Albain, with assistance from Corey Lubowich. Keep an eye out for all of our graffiti in Houses of Blues across the country! 


  1. 1.0 1.1 "TOUR" at StarKid Productions
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Team StarKid Launches Space Tour Tonight!" at
  3. 3.0 3.1 "George Watsky, The Gregory Brothers Lead THE SPACE TOUR" at
  4. "SPACE Tour album drops today! This was our final show at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City" at Twitter
  5. "The Space Tour - Download The Space Tour on iTunes" at iTunes
  6. " The Space Tour: The Space Tour Cast: MP3 Downloads" at
  7. "StarKid Announcement Stardate 3.14.12 AD" at YouTube
  8. 8.0 8.1 "The SPACE Tour DVD - Official Trailer" at YouTube

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