The Eric Andre Show has returned to Adult Swim for its second season and it was previously announced that the alternative-variety show would be taking its DIY brand of late night entertainment and punk-rock comedy on the road during the month of November. Today, Adult Swim is proud to announce an additional tour date in both Los Angeles and Sacramento. The tour will be the second national run of The Eric Andre Show Live!, following up on a mostly sold-out inaugural tour last year and live performances at Comic-Con earlier this year. Just like on the screen, Adult Swim Presents: The Eric Andre Show Live! will feature spontaneous performances including musical guests, real and fake celebrity appearances, and all of the demented antics fans of the series have come to expect. Eric Andre's US tour will descend upon the luckiest of cities, leaving a trail of destruction behind in his wake.
Nov 7 ª- Seattle, WA ª- The Crocodile
Nov. 8 -ª Portland, OR ª- Star Theatre
Nov 9 -ª Eugene, OR - W.O.W. Hall
Nov 10 - Sacramento, CA - The Assembly !
Nov 11 ª- San Francisco, CA -ª The Chapel
Nov 14 ª- Phoenix, AZ -ª Crescent Ballroom
Nov 16 -ª Austin, TX ª- Red 7
Nov 18 ª- New Orleans, LA ª- One Eyed Jacks
Nov 19 ª- Atlanta, GA ª- Terminal West
Nov 20 -ª Nashville, TN -ª Exit/In
Dec 3 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echoplex !
! - Newly added tour date
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