Shortly after their arrival in Wichita, Kansas, Vocal Point kicked off the Magic tour with a show at Wichita’s 100-year-old Orpheum Theatre, adding their name to the list of great entertainers who have performed there, such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Harry Houdini. The following night the group put on another sold-out performance, this time at the Liberty Performing Arts Theatre in Liberty, Missouri.
Vocal Point began their second week of tour with a performance for an energetic audience in Des Moines, Iowa. After stopping in Milwaukee to present an inspirational fireside and a full concert on Thursday, the group arrived in Chicago. At their show in Chicago they met two fans from the Netherlands, who had been following them online since 2019. When Vocal Point announced their tour, the siblings decided to buy two tickets to Chicago so they could attend the concert. Speaking about the experience, Vocal Point director McKay Crockett said, “Music has such a unique and singularly powerful way of connecting hearts and minds. Barriers of language, distance, and disagreement can be minimized and removed by the power of music.”
Vocal Point bid the Midwest farewell to begin the final leg of tour in Southern California. The singers’ week began with filming a music video inspired by Disney’s Tangled in several stunning beachfront locations. Vocal Point was joined by the renowned All-American Boys Chorus and Broadway star Laura Osnes. The group’s final performance took place at San Clemente High School, which culminated in a standing ovation from the audience.
To celebrate a successful tour and three weeks of nonstop hard work, Vocal Point spent a day in Disneyland—a fitting conclusion because the group spent the year before their tour studying the history of Disney music.