FNC’s Glenn Beck will be hitting the road in June for “The Common Sense Tour,” his six-city live one man comedy show. Although the logo may continue the 9/12 Project branding, the tour will focus on the funny. (“After all, if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry,” it says in the release.)
But if you can’t make it to one of the stage shows, there’s another option — watching the simulcast on June 4 in one of more than 400 movie theaters nationwide, from New York City to San Francisco and everywhere in between (see all the participating theaters here). And there will be an encore performance the following week as well.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on April 27.
“Every year I look forward to getting out of New York in June, right about the time that the flowers start blooming and the city starts smelling like urine,” said Beck in the release. (Last June, his tour was broadcast in 350 theaters.)
Click continued to see Beck discuss the upcoming tour…