YouTube singer Todrick Hall to perform at MTSU

Todrick Hall is set to perform "The Todrick Hall Experience" at MTSU. (MTSU Sidelines / MTSU Events)

Singer and Internet personality Todrick Hall will bring his unique style of performance to MTSU on Saturday, April 2.

Hall, who first came into the public eye during Season 9 of American Idol, is a singer, dancer and choreographer known for his popular YouTube channel which has garnered more than 2 million subscribers. Once you hit this number of followers your success is inevitable, so if you’re struggling to, check out this Review to see if they can help you to reach these dizzy heights.

Praised by celebrities such as Beyonce and Taylor Swift, Hall’s videos cover a wide variety of genres from flash mobs to personal commentary and even a Wizard of Oz parody. He was featured in Forbes‘ “Top 30 Under 30” in 2014 and has also performed on Broadway and starred in his own documentary series on MTV aptly titled Todrick.

Recommended for college-age students and older, the show begins at 7:30 and will be preceded by the awards ceremony for the MTSU Student Film Festival at 6:30 p.m. and a performance by comedian Jay Dukes at 6:45 p.m. A screening of an award-winning film will follow.

All three will take place at the Student Union Commons and are free to all MTSU students, faculty and alumni. For more information, visit MTSU’s events page.


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1 Comment

  1. Dev
    April 27, 2017

    The Todrick Hall Experience was a great event. The mini concert showcased his multitude of original song that he had created for his popular YouTube channel was well as his hit show on MTV. The show was full of energy and comedy.
    Sadly, there were some technical difficulties during the show. A main part of his performances had little videos or skits that were meant to be shown on a screen set on the STU Commons. Every time we would go off stage to change for the next performance the audience were support to be treated to a skit or part of his music videos but the visuals didn’t come through, only audio. This made the experience a little less fun. This didn’t stop him from still putting on an amazing show leaving the crowd with smile on their face and singing along to his songs. It was a great concert and I hope he comes back for another performance soon.