Conan O’Brien’s The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour has been announced. Not only is Conan’s tour missing Michigan, but the two Chicago shows sold out pretty much instantly. The only tickets left are the high cost ones that come with gifts and, if you’re willing to spend about $800, a meet and greet with the man himself. While that would be really great to do, I have a wedding this year, and thus, don’t have the extra cash to pay for at least 2 tickets for a meet and greet, no matter how great an opportunity that would be.
Besides, I’ve met many amazing people, and am likely to meet more over the next ten years or so, as more Narnia films are created, as well as M. Night Shyamalan movies and who knows what else. That being said, just hanging out with Conan for a while would be terrific.
Anyway, Conan is doing the tour from April 12th, in Eugene, OR, to Atlanta, GA where he finishes at the Fox Theatre on June 14th. Could that be a hint of things to come? Probably not, but I hope so. Getting a new show together from June to September would give him three months, charged up from many sold out shows, to launch a new show to all new ratings highs.
Either way, this is very exciting!
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