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Summer Fun With ‘Weird Al’

10:01 AM Tuesday 2/23/16 | |

There’s only one “Weird Al” Yankovic and he just might be coming to your town.  The man behind parody hits like “Another One Rides The Dust,” “My Bologna,” “Eat It” and “Smells Like Nirvana” returns to the road with his “Mandatory World tour” beginning in early June in Florida.

  • "Weird Al" Yankovic

    Governors Ball Music Festival, Randall's Island, New York City
    June 7, 2015

    (Robert Altman / Invision / AP)

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It’s been a weird and wonderful ride for “Weird Al” ever since Dr. Demento included the laugh-meister’s early recordings on his syndicated radio show.  Yankovic’s 14th studio album – 2014’s Mandatory Fun – snagged the Grammy for best comedy album.  The single “Word Crimes” made him the third person of the last four decades to have Top 40 singles in each of the last four decades, along with Michael Jackson and Madonna.

The upcoming tour is a date-packed adventure taking Yankovic to markets of all sizes.  Here’s the routing:

June 3 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., The Mahaffey Theater
June 4 – West Palm Beach, Fla., Kravis Center
June 5 – Fort Myers, Fla., Barbara B. Mann Perf. Arts Hall
June 7 – Mobile, Ala., Saenger Theatre
June 9 – Lakeland, Fla., Youkey Theatre
June 10 – Miami, Fla., The Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts Of Miami-Dade County
June 11 – Saint Augustine, Fla., St. Augustine Amphitheatre
June 12 – Birmingham, Ala., Concert Hall At The BJCC
June 15 – Louisville, Ky., Iroquois Amphitheater
June 16 – Nashville, Tenn., Grand Ole Opry House
June 17 – Huntsville, Ala., Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
June 18 – Greensboro, N.C., White Oak Amphitheatre At Greensboro Coliseum Complex
June 19 – Atlanta, Ga., Fox Theatre
June 21 – Portsmouth, Va., Portsmouth Pavilion
June 22 – Baltimore, Md., Hippodrome Theatre / France-Merrick Perf. Arts Ctr.
June 24 – Akron, Ohio, Akron Civic Theatre
June 25 – Bay City, Mich., Veterans Memorial Park
June 26 – Fort Wayne, Ind., Foellinger Theatre
June 28 – Evansville, Ind., Victory Theatre
July 1 – Toledo, Ohio, Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre
July 2 – Aurora, Ill., RiverEdge Park
July 3 – Merrillville, Ind., Star Plaza Theatre
July 6 – Columbus, Ohio, Palace Theatre
July 7 – Indianapolis, Ind., Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park
July 8 – Cincinnati, Ohio, PNC Pavilion At Riverbend
July 9 – Chattanooga, Tenn., Tivoli Theatre
July 10 – Southaven, Miss., BankPlus Amphitheater At Snowden Grove
July 12 – Austin, Texas, Bass Concert Hall
July 14 – Houston, Texas, Alice & George Brown Theater
July 15 – Biloxi, Miss., Hard Rock Live
July 16 – Dallas, Texas, Margot & Bill Winspear Opera House
July 17 – Enid, Okla., Enid Event Center
July 19 – El Paso, Texas, The Plaza Theatre
July 21 – San Diego, Calif., Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
July 22 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl
July 23 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl
July 24 – San Jose, Calif., City National Civic
July 26 – Seattle, Wash., Woodland Park Zoo
July 27 – Seattle, Wash., Woodland Park Zoo
July 28 – Troutdale, Ore., McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater
July 29 – Eugene, Ore., Cuthbert Amphitheater
July 30 – Rohnert Park, Calif., Green Music Center
Aug. 2 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Arlington Theatre
Aug. 3 – Phoenix, Ariz., Comerica Theatre
Aug. 5 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Red Butte Garden
Aug. 7 – Kansas City, Mo., Starlight Theatre
Aug. 9 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa, McGrath Amphitheatre
Aug. 10 – Lincoln, Neb., Pinewood Bowl Theater
Aug. 13 – Sturgis, S.D., Sturgis Buffalo Chip (Sturgis Rally)
Aug. 14 – Regina, Saskatchewan, Conexus Arts Centre
Aug. 15 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Burton Cummings Theatre
Aug. 18 – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
Aug. 19 – Minneapolis, Minn., State Theatre
Aug. 20 – Appleton, Wis., Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
Aug. 21 – Madison, Wis., Overture Center For The Arts
Aug. 23 – Rockford, Ill., Coronado Performing Arts Center
Aug. 24 – Paducah, Ky., The Carson Center
Aug. 26 – Grand Rapids, Mich., DeVos Performance Hall
Aug. 27 – Sterling Heights, Mich., Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
Aug. 28 – Huber Heights, Ohio, Rose Music Center At The Heights
Aug. 30 – Wilmington, Del., Playhouse Theatre
Sept. 1 – Lowell, Mass., Boarding House Park
Sept. 2 – Gilford, N.H., Bank Of NH Pavilion
Sept. 3 – Canandaigua, N.Y., Constellation Brands - Marvin Sands PAC (CMAC)
Sept. 4 – Big Flats, N.Y., The Summer Stage At Tag’s
Sept. 7 – Columbia, S.C., Koger Center For The Arts
Sept. 8 – Wilmington, N.C., Cape Fear Community College
Sept. 9 – Durham, N.C., Durham Performing Arts Center
Sept. 10 – Asheville, N.C., Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Sept. 11 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
Sept. 13 – Hershey, Pa., Hershey Theatre
Sept. 14 – Providence, R.I., Providence Perf. Arts Ctr.
Sept. 16 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Benedum Center
Sept. 17 – Schenectady, N.Y., The Main Stage At Proctors
Sept. 18 – Waterbury, Conn., Palace Theater
Sept. 22 – Charleston, W. Va., Clay Center For The Arts & Sciences
Sept. 23 – Atlantic City, N.J., Caesars Circus Maximus Theater
Sept. 24 – New York, N.Y., Radio City Music Hall

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