Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be on The Bachelor? The Bachelor Live On Stage with Ben Higgins and Becca Kufrin is now traveling to a city near you and taking contestants from around that town.
Or maybe you are not an eligible bachelor or bachelorette, but you would love to watch it live to see how real it is. Would you like to help choose who stays and who goes home? Here are all of the details you need to attend the show or apply to be a contestant.
What is ‘The Bachelor Live On Stage’ official tour?
The drama of the most successful reality TV romance is coming to towns all across the United States. The tour promises all of the gossip and passion that fans are accustomed to seeing on TV.
Higgins and Kufrin are the official hosts of the show, but previous bachelor and bachelorette favorites will also make appearances. They will choose one eligible bachelor from the town they are in to be introduced to local ladies from the audience. The bachelor will be revealed on the tour’s Instagram account in the days leading up to the show.
In one night, the chosen bachelor will narrow down the ladies to one who will receive the final rose. The live show promises to fit an entire season full of The Bachelor drama into one night.
The best part is that the audience gets to participate in the rose ceremonies for the first time ever! Every show across the country will be completely different.
How can you be a contestant on ‘The Bachelor Live on Stage’?
It’s relatively easy to apply to be a contestant in the tour. Head to the website link here, and then you can either apply for yourself or nominate a friend. You will have to fill out all of the standard personal information and then a slew of questions to complete your application.
“Why would you like to be on the show?” is one of the many questions on the website. “What qualities do you look for in a partner? What’s your biggest pet peeve about a partner? And what’s an interesting fact or story about yourself?” to name a few.
Contestants must upload two recent full-length pictures of themselves for consideration on the show.
“You will be notified by our casting director if your application has been selected or potentially pulled right from your seat during the show,” according to the website. “You must have filled out an application form prior to the show for a chance to go on stage.”
Therefore, if you do not get a call before the live show, there’s no need to worry. Contestants might be pulled right from the audience during the tour!
What cities is ‘The Bachelor Live On Stage’ coming to?
Right now, the tour will visit over 60 cities across the United States. Higgins and Kufrin will begin in Mesa, AZ, on Feb. 13, 2020. They will conclude the tour in Austin, TX, on May 17, 2020. See the graphic below for a complete list.
How do I get tickets to ‘The Bachelor Live On Stage’?
Tickets went on sale for the tour on July 26, 2019, consequently there are limited seats still available. You can finds tickets on the official website for The Bachelor Live on Stage here.