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Conan O’Brien going on tour, bringing two shows to Seattle


Conan: Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television
Conan: Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television
You can’t keep a good man down – or something like that – and Conan O’Brien is out to prove the truth of that proverb. Since he can’t legally appear on television until September, he’s taking his funny self on the road with a tour called “Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television.” You go, Conan.

You go right to Eugene, Oregon on April 12th to kick off the tour and you get here to Seattle on Sunday, April 18th and appear on stage at the Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at 8 pm. Apparently tickets are selling fast, and they just went on sale today, so buying now might be a good idea. Particularly since a second show has been added in Seattle for Monday, April 19th. The tour concludes in Atlanta on June 14th.

What’s in store when Conan takes the stage? According to his website, “A night of music, comedy, hugging, and the occasional awkward silence.” And according to his Tweets, it will be a “half-assed comedy & music tour.” He’s also bringing what used to be his Tonight Show band and Andy Richter. We can’t wait.