Maks and Val return with larger family


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Following a smash hit first tour, Maks and Val, the hottest stars of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," are back with an all new spectacular show and this time the family has grown. Maks, Val & Peta Live on Tour: Confidential, comes to Mayo Performing Arts Center, Friday, April 13, for two performances at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Joining them in their brand new show Confidential, the stunningly talented, Peta Murgatroyd, two time Dancing With The Stars Mirror Ball champion, actress and Mrs. Maks Chmerkovskiy.

Also performing will be two of the hottest stars from 2017's "So You Think You Can Dance," Fox's hit summer competition series, Chris "Kiki" Nyemchek and Koine "Koko" Iwasaki.

Maks, Val & Peta Live On Tour: Confidential will be a spectacular dance show, driven by a narrative of true family life and love stories. Honest and intimate, the stars will be revealing their closest secrets, hopes and dreams in their own inimitable style. The show will inspire and delight, combining the elegance of the ballroom, some confidential revelations and a true love story.

"Our Way was just the beginning of the story," Maksim Chmerkovskiy said. "This time I'm a husband, a father, in the best shape of my professional career and still learning on and off the dance floor every day. I've had two of the most eventful years of my life and I can't wait to use my favorite medium to express what's on my mind and in my heart. Sharing a stage with my wife and my brother, what could be better than that!"

Peta Murgatroyd added, "Usually I'm acting out a love story through dance. This time there will be no acting, and we have the unique opportunity to perform a genuine love story. I found the power of Our Way to be the relationship between Maks and Val, and this time I hope to cut in on that love story! What have I got myself into!"

"Performing on the Our Way stage with my brother and some of the greatest dancers in the world was the highlight of my career so far," Valentin Chmerkovskiy said. "This time we have set the bar higher, and given ourselves more time and freedom to create, rehearse and ultimately perform the show that we can honestly say is our very best. No excuses. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoy performing it for you."



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