Idina Menzel Won’t Leave You Frozen this Summer

By on February 5, 2017
Idina Menzel Tour Announced
(Last Updated On: February 5, 2017)

Idina Menzel might be best known right now for her rendition of “Let it Go” from the Disney musical Frozen, but Menzel has been one of the top vocalists for quite some time. As she embarks on her current tour, it’s worth taking a look at some of her accomplishments and start getting pumped up for what is sure to be one of the most exciting events of the year. Tickets to Idina Menzel concerts are going to be extremely popular, so if you want to see her in person, get ready.

Menzel was born in 1971 in New York, and grew up on Long Island. She went to college to study drama, working as a Bar Mitzvah singer throughout her youth, and eventually found her way to Broadway. Menzel rose to prominence when she played the role of Maureen Johnson in the Broadway musical, Rent. It was her first professional theater performance, and she found success right from the very start. She received a Tony nomination shortly after the show opened. She also had a lead role in the musical Wicked, as Elphaba. She won a Tony Award for her performance on Broadway with that character. But she didn’t become a household name until 2013 when Frozen came out. Her song, “Let it Go” went on to chart at number five on Billboard’s Top 100, making her the first ever Tony Award winner to have a top ten song. She won both an Oscar and a Grammy Award for her role in that movie as Elsa.

Tickets to Idina Menzel are going to be hot items for more than just those who loved her performances with Frozen. She is one of the most talented singers in the world right now, and her commercial success is only just beginning. Her concerts are family friendly, and she has one of the most unique and recognizable voices in all of the music business. If you’re looking for a fun and entertaining concert that you can bring the whole family along to this summer, Idina Menzel’s upcoming tour should be high on your list.

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