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American Idol to Go Out with a Bang

February 16, 2016

Since 2002, television viewers have cheered on their favorites on the American Idol TV show. It had an unheard of weekly number one shows stretching from 2003 to 2011. The series was so popular that even the wanna-be's wound up with recording contracts. Many stars got their big break on the wildly popular program. The show also spawned several shows that tried to copy its successful formula but were never able to capture the magic of American Idol.

But all things must pass, as George Harrison said on his solo album, and American Idol is no exception. True to form, it's going to go down kicking and screaming. The final season will be shortened by four weeks, and the finals show will be extended across three nights from April 5 to April 7. On the fifth, there will be a retrospective entitled American Idol: American Dream, celebrating the many years the show dominated the broadcast world. It will feature Ryan Seacrest, current and former judges, contestants and the behind-the-scenes team sharing their Idol memories. It's all happening at Microsoft Theater in the city of idols of all sorts--Los Angeles. This season will be nothing short of history in the making as the viewing populace bids good-bye to one of their all time favorite shows. The series will end with a “farewell celebration” and the crowning of the 15th and final American Idol winner on April 7.

Luckily, you can be a part of the rich history of American Idol by buying tickets from VIP Award Shows at http://www.vipawardshowtickets.com/american-idol-finale-vip-tickets#sthash.j0BnSY7z.dpuf. Why stay at home and watch when you can be there for all the action? Years from now, when American Idol is remembered for its fantastic run and numerous imitators, you can proudly tell everyone that you were there for the very last show. That will certainly earn you some street cred from your crew.

American Idol is known for its own nostalgia toward itself. You can be sure that this season, and during the finals, there will be plenty of return visits from winners from seasons past. You can also expect many surprise appearances by current stars who will inspire the current line-up of hopeful performers and thrill the viewing public in general.

Who will win the final season of American Idol? Will there ever be another show that is so popular and has so thoroughly changed the lives of its participants, judges and the viewers?

If you've been a loyal fan all these years, it's probably time for you to get yourself to a live telecast of a season finale. It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a part of something that will go down in broadcast history as a shining display of the power of television and the allure of becoming a true American Idol in just a few shorts weeks. There was never a show quite like it, and it's doubtful there will be another to take its place. Get your tickets before they're all gone. They're selling faster than golf balls at an amateur tournament.