Thursday, March 11, 2010

Conan O'Brien 30-city tour kicks off April 12 is live. On it, you'll find a list of dates for Conan O'Brien's "The Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television" tour, which will start in Eugene, OR's Hult Center For the Performing Arts on April 12 and wind up in Atlanta, GA on June 14. The 30-city tour will feature "a night of music, comedy, hugging, and the occasional awkward silence," and team Conan with Andy Richter and several of his band members (not Max Weinberg, however).

Josef Adalian of The Wrap points out that Coco's L.A. date, April 24, will take place at the Gibson Ampitheater in Universal City -- "mere feet away from his onetime 'Tonight Show' home on the NBC-owned Universal lot." And his June 1 New York gig will be at Radio City Music Hall, "located right in the center of NBC's 30 Rock corporate headquarters."


  1. Anonymous said...

    And you know all know Conan isn't doing this comedy tour for his health. It's designed to lead up to his new late night talk show this fall on The Weather Channel. ~