One Life To Live: Loving Llanview Tour 2012. (Postponement Update.)
Previously Reported on May 8:
"One Life To Live" may be off the air but fans will still have the chance to meet some of the actors during the Loving Llanview Tour 2012. From June 22 through 24 fans can take part in a Q&A session, autograph and trivia sessions and simply join the actors in recalling their Daytime memories.
Former Llanview actors set to take part in the events include Michael Easton (John, "General Hospital"), Kassie DePaiva (ex-Blair), Melissa Archer (ex-Natalie), Trevor St. John (ex-Victor), Hillary B. Smith (ex-Nora; "The Bold And The Beautiful," Stacy) and John-Paul Lavoisier (ex-Rex). On Friday June 22 the tour stops in Cincinnati, OH then heads to Merrillville, IN on Saturday June 23. The weekend will end in Chicago, IL on Sunday June 24.
If you'd like to order pre-sale tickets, they will be available on May 9 at 10:00 AM at Loving Llanview or by calling 1-866-364-0330.
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Updated on June 11:
Michael Easton posted on his Facebook to announce a change in the upcoming event and stated, “We we’re informed yesterday that the Loving Llanview event set for June 22 has been rescheduled to October 12. Unfortunately, I will not be able to be part of the October event due to a previous commitment to the New York City Comic Con also scheduled for that weekend. I am truly sorry for any inconvenience this has caused anyone. We are equally disappointed as it is a rare opportunity that we get to meet so many incredible fans and was also looking forward to donating the appearance fee to a wonderful charity. So we have those issues to resolve and we will. I know event organizers will do everything in their power to solve any conflicts but on a personal note I’d like to try and make it up to anyone who had committed to the events. Until I can think of something reasonable, let us have a beer some place and we can commiserate together. If you see me out or in San Diego at the Con or what not let me know your story and a I’ll share a pint with you on me.”
Previously Reported on May 9:
Check out this video for the upcoming events!