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‘Man Vs Wild’ On The Road

12:01 PM Thursday 1/26/12 |   |

Brit adventurer Bear Grylls whose exploits are showcased on the Discovery Channel’s “Man Vs. Wild” program is hitting the road for a 10-date tour. And, no, we don’t know what he’ll be drinking.

Nor do we know if he’ll talk about eating lobster brains, converting a seal’s carcass into a wetsuit or how drinking your own urine will keep you alive in the wild. Needless to say, whatever Grylls brings to the stage, one thing is for sure – it won’t be boring.

“The stage show gives fans a chance to hear first hand stories of some of my toughest adventures: from Mount Everest and the arctic to the French Foreign Legion, 21 SAS and more,” Grylls said. “We then hit the Man vs. Wild journey: how the show came about and some of the real highs and low lows of tackling many of the world’s toughest jungles, deserts and mountains. Above all though, it’s a fun show that the entire family can enjoy.”

Named after Grylls best selling memoir, the “Mud, Sweat and Tears Live” tour begins with two nights at New York City’s Best Buy Theater May 1-2. Other stops include Milwaukee at Riverside Theatre May 3; Broomfield, Colo., at 1stBank Center May 4; Los Angeles at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live May 5; Rosemont, Ill., at Rosemont Theatre May 9; and Minneapolis at the Convention Center May 12.

All shows are on sale. Visit BearGrylls.com for everything you need to know.

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