FROM MESS TO YES
Hosts of Netflix's The Home Edit organize first live tour starting in Dallas-Fort Worth
UPDATE 6-23-2023: Changes have been made to the tour schedule, but they do not affect the Dallas-Fort Worth show. For an updated list of tour stops, visit the website.
It’s time to pull out the labelmakers and look back at those #DesignInspo pics. The leading ladies behind the Emmy Award-nominated Netflix series The Home Editare coming to Dallas-Fort Worth in July.
Founders and series hosts Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin will bring their vibrant personalities and passion for organization to the Eisemann Center in Richardson on Friday, July 7 for their first-ever "Summer of Fun Tour."
They’ll reveal some of their best tips for organizing and share candid (and funny) conversations about parenting, pop culture, business, and more.
The duo rose to fame thanks to their organizing services, Netflix series, New York Times bestselling books, and product line. Their signature style matches their three values, they say.
"With a unique blend of form, function, and fun, we strive to improve the everyday," The Home Edit's website says. "As we continue to cultivate a global collective, we remain committed to inspiring the individual."
On their top-rated Netflix series, the hosts help celebrities and everyday clients edit, categorize, and contain their clutter to make messy places into stunning spaces. Guests have included Reese Witherspoon, Drew Barrymore, Eva Longoria, Neil Patrick Harris, Kane Brown, and more.
Attendees at the live shows also can expect to see special appearances by celebrities and friends of Clea and Joanna, they say.
The duo promise that the tour will be “perfect for enjoying with girlfriends and all the home-organizing obsessed people in your life,” according to a release.
Following their first stop in Dallas, they’ll visit the Brown Theater in Houston on July 9 as their only other Texas stop.
The full schedule for The Home Edit’s "Summer of Fun Tour" is as follows:
- July 7 – Eisemann Center in Richardson
- July 9 – Wortham Center in Houston
- July 11 – Showroom at Wild Horse Path in Phoenix
- July 13 – Saban Theater in Los Angeles
- July 16 – Lynn Theater in Boston
- July 21 – Miller Theater in Philadelphia
- July 26 – Lincoln Theater in Washington, D.C.
- July 28 – Copernicus Center in Chicago
- July 30 – Elgin and Winter Garden Theater in Toronto, Ontario
- August 4 – Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville