YouTube Celebs Coming To A City Near You On The Digitour

You watch them on YouTube, "like" them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter, but now MysteryGuitarMan, DeStorm, Dave Days, Ricky Ficarelli and more of your favorite YouTube stars are breaking out of the screen and coming to a city near you on The Digitour.

You watch them on YouTube, “like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter, but now your favorite YouTube stars are breaking out of the screen and coming to a city near you on The Digitour, the first ever large scale national tour of YouTube musicians. The six-week tour, which kicks off in April of this year, will feature YouTube megastars MysterGuitarMan, DeStorm, Dave Days, and Ricky Ficarelli. The full schedule and lineup has yet to be announced.

MysteryGuitarMan, DeStorm, Dave Days, and Ricky Ficarelli officially announced the tour in a video uploaded to YouTube last Friday. They say they will be hitting 27 cities nation-wide including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Miami, Charlotte, Atlanta, D.C., Philadelphia, New York, Detroit, Chicago, Boston and more. If you’re worried these guys won’t make it to your city you can fill out a request to “Take The Tour To Your City” on the Digitour Website.

This is pretty exciting news for YouTube fans everywhere, and I for one am really excited to see how many people come out to see these guys perform. The four faces of the Digitour have over 3.6 million subscribers between them. Will this be enough to fill venues in 27 cities across the United States?

The Digitour hasn’t received a whole lot of press coverage so far, aside from the stars behind the tour sharing the announcement video on Twitter. So far 1,327 people are subscribed to The Digitour YouTube channel, 38 are following the Digitour on Twitter, and 719 people “like” the Digitour on Facebook, but I expect these numbers will grow rapidly as these guys are using themselves and their massive followings to promote the tour. Yesterday they announced on Facebook that the four YouTubers behind the tour would be engaging in a Slo-Mo Battle, and I’m sure we’ll be seeing a lot of other promotional collaborations of this nature.

Will you go to the Digitour if it’s coming to your city? What kind of turnout do you think these guys should expect?