Tim Conway Announces Retirement

After completing an exhausting and extensive national book tour promoting his autobiography, "So you Think That's Funny", Tim Conway in consultation with his family, has decided that it's time to retire from performing live in concert on the road. He has advised his agent, Marty Klein, to inform the three Florida venues, Naples 3/19 at the Philharmonic Hall for the Arts, Sarasosta, 3/22 at the Van Wezel Performance Hall; and Clearwater, 3/23 at Ruth Eckerd Hall that he must unfortunately cancel his upcoming appearances.

Tim will truly miss this part of his performing career and will look back upon it with only very fond memories, according to reps. He sincerely apologies for any inconveniences and disappointments this has caused to his fans and to the venues but believes that this is in his and his family's best interest going forward.

Those who have purchased tickets can call the Van Wezel Box Office at (941) 953-3368 for information regarding a credit to another performance or refund.




More On: Tim Conway.

Comment & Share

Related Links
The Neo-Futurists Set 2014-15 season, Welcome New Artistic Leadership TeamThe Neo-Futurists Set 2014-15 season, Welcome New Artistic Leadership Team
April 18, 2014
Comedian Dennis Miller to Perform with Dana Carvey at the San Manuel Indian Bingo and CasinoComedian Dennis Miller to Perform with Dana Carvey at the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino
April 18, 2014
ComedySportz in Richmond to Host MOMINATION, 5/9-10ComedySportz in Richmond to Host MOMINATION, 5/9-10
April 18, 2014
The Venetian Presents Jim Belushi & Chicago Board of Comedy This WeekendThe Venetian Presents Jim Belushi & Chicago Board of Comedy This Weekend
April 18, 2014
Jenny Collier Comments on Show Cancellation Because of 'Too Many Women'Jenny Collier Comments on Show Cancellation Because of 'Too Many Women'
April 17, 2014


About Author

Subscribe to Author Alerts

Subscribe for News & Specials