Miranda Sings announces her biggest tour to date, No Offense
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Miranda Sings is one of the biggest comedians to come out of the YouTube universe.

She is quirky, funny, and highly entertaining, and her sheer presence, both in person and on the laptop (or smartphone) screen can certainly light up the mood in the room. For those who have yet to hear of this funny comedian, here is a little background on Miss Sings.

As many may realize, “Miranda Sings” is not her real name. Her government name is Colleen Ballinger, and in 2008, around the time the video-sharing website YouTube was beginning to grow its sea legs, Ballinger began posting videos as her alter-ego, Miranda Sings, an off-key artist who hilariously covers pop music and show tunes.

Since her humble beginnings, Sings has uploaded more than 500 videos and, in the process, has become one of YouTube’s biggest personalities. Her talent has led her to opportunities outside of YouTube, with appearances on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and the Nickelodeon teen sitcom “Victorious.” She even released a book, “Selp-Helf,” which became a #1 best-selling book by the New York Times.

Now, Sings is hitting the road, bringing her YouTube persona to life on her biggest tour yet, "No Offense," and here is her complete tour itinerary along with ticket information. This post will be updated with complete venue information at a later date.

March 16 -- Toronto, ON -- Massey Hall 
March 18 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Riverside Theater (Click here for tickets)
March 25 -- Kansas City, MO -- Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
March 23 -- Denver, CO -- Paramount Theatre (Click here for tickets)  
March 31 -- Las Vegas, NV -- Reynolds Hall at Smith Center 
April 6 -- Boston, MA -- Orpheum Theatre (Click here for tickets)
April 7 -- New Haven, CT -- College Street Music Hall (Click here for tickets)
April 8 -- New York City, NY -- Beacon Theatre (Click here for tickets)
April 15 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Alex Theatre (Click here for tickets)
April 22 -- Austin, TX -- Paramount Theatre
May 5 -- Wilkes-Barre, PA -- Kirby Center 
May 6 -- Cleveland, OH -- Connor Palace Playhouse Square Center 
June 2 -- San Francisco, CA -- Nob Hill Masonic Center 
July 11 -- Toms River, NJ -- RWJBarnabas Health Arena (Click here for tickets)
July 13 -- Albany, NY -- The Egg (Click here for tickets)
July 14 -- Syracuse, NY -- Landmark Theatre (Click here for tickets)
July 15 -- Buffalo, NY -- UB Center for the Arts (Click here for tickets)
July 17 -- Portland, ME -- State Theater (Click here for tickets)
July 18 -- Providence, RI -- Veterans Memorial Auditorium (Click here for tickets)
July 20 -- Reading, PA -- Santander Arena (Click here for tickets)
July 21 -- Wilmington, DE -- The Playhouse on Rodney Square (Click here for tickets)
July 22 -- Norfolk, VA -- Harrison Opera House (Click here for tickets)
July 25 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Byham Theater (Click here for tickets)
July 24 -- Charlotte, NC -- Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts (Click here for tickets)
July 27 -- Toledo, OH -- Stranahan Theater and Great Hall (Click here for tickets)
July 28 -- Louisville, KY -- W.L. Lyons Brown Theatre (Click here for tickets)
July 29 -- Columbus, OH -- Speaker Jo Ann Davidson Theatre (Click here for tickets)
July 31 -- Indianapolis, IN --Egyptian Room (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 1 -- Royal Oaks, MI -- Royal Oak Music Theatre (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 3 -- Rosemont, IL -- Rosemont Theatre (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 4 -- Davenport, IA -- Adler Theatre at RiverCenter (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 5 -- Minneapolis, MN -- Orpheum Theatre (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 7 -- Des Moines, IA -- Hoyt Sherman Place (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 8 -- Omaha, NE  -- Holland Performing Arts Center (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 10 -- Wichita, KS -- Orpheum Theatre (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 11 -- Midwest City, OK -- Hudiburg Chevrolet Center (Click here for tickets)
Aug. 12 -- Memphis, TN -- The Orpheum Theatre (Click here for tickets)