Tim and Eric to Embark On 2020 “Mandatory Attendance Tour”

Tim and Eric to Embark On 2020 “Mandatory Attendance Tour”

(Photo by Caroline Bader)

Calling all lovers of surrealist comedy (or just straight-up weirdness) — Tim and Eric are going on a massive tour in 2020. The tour begins in Sydney, Australia on January 15, and will travel through Australia and the United States until March, including Albany, New York’s The Egg Performing Arts Center on February 14th (Valentine’s Day). 

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim have been [adult swim] staples since 2004 and their production company, Abso Lutely Productions, has helped bring shows like The Eric Andre Show, The Birthday Boys, W/ Bob & David and Nathan For You to audiences across the nation. They have also had their own shows, like Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories, Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job! and Tom Goes To The Mayor. Anyone familiar with Tim and Eric’s brand of comedy knows the duo is surreal, bizarre, and hilarious — and if this teaser for their tour is any indication, their live show will be very similar.

Heidecker is also a musician, who has released multiple albums, including this year’s What the Brokenhearted Do…. He also co-hosts “On Cinema” and stars in “Decker” and has appeared in several movies, the most recent being 2019’s Us. Wareheim had a reoccurring role on “Master Of None”, has also been featured in many movies and television shows, and co-owns La Jaras Wines.

Tickets for Tim and Eric’s Mandatory Attendance Tour (and as they said, attendance is mandatory and legally binding if you watch the video) will be available on Friday, September 27th at 10:00am and will be available at their website.

Tour Dates:

01/15 — Sydney, AU – Enmore Theatre
01/16 — Brisbane, AU – The Tivoli
01/18 — Perth, AU – Astor Theatre
01/20 — Adelaide, AU – The Gov
01/21 — Melbourne, AU –  Hamer Hall
01/27 — San Diego, CA – Balboa Theatre
01/28 — Phoenix, AZ – Orpheum Theatre
01/30 — Dallas, TX – Majestic Theatre
01/31 — Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater
02/01 — Houston, TX – Cullen Performance Hall
02/03 — New Orleans, LA – The Joy Theater
02/04 — Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
02/05 — Nashville, TN – War Memorial Auditorium
02/07 — Durham, NC – Carolina Theatre
02/08 — Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre
02/10 — Philadelphia, PA – The Met Philadelphia
02/11 — Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre
02/13 — Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
02/14 — Albany, NY – The Egg
02/15 — Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall
02/17 — Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland
02/18 — Cleveland, OH – Agora Theatre
02/19 — Detroit, MI – The Masonic – Jack White Theater
02/20 — Indianapolis, IN – Clowes Memorial Hall
02/21 — Columbus, OH – Express Live
02/22 — Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
02/23 — Madison, WI – Orpheum Theater
02/25 — Minneapolis, MN – State Theater
02/28 — Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre
02/29 — Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre
03/02 — Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
03/04 — San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
03/06 + 03/07 — Los Angeles, CA – Theatre at Ace Hotel

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