Food Network's Alton Brown Announces 46-City US Tour Dates

Food Network's Alton Brown Announces 46-City US Tour Dates

Renowned foodist and television personality Alton Brown today announced the return of Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour, on the heels of the successful inaugural run to 46 US cities. Over 100,000 tickets were sold for the Food Network star's show, featuring a pinch of comedy, talk show antics, a multimedia lecture, live music (he sings!) and a dash of "extreme" food experimentation (ponchos are provided for those in the first few rows), and of course...puppets. Enthusiastic fans and critics have raved about the interactive component where Brown invites audience members on stage to serve as his assistant. Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour begins October 21st, 2014 in Athens, Georgia, before heading to additional cities including New York City, Seattle, Washington DC and Dallas.

"We have combined science, music, food, and a few other things no one in his right mind would allow me to do on TV, into a two hour extravaganza that's fun for the whole family," says Brown. He has been cultivating the show's material for about a decade and wrote most of the musical numbers which all take a comedic look at food.

Brown, author of seven books including the James Beard award winning "I'm Just Here for the Food" and New York Times bestselling sequence "Good Eats," has hosted numerous food series including "Iron Chef America." He currently serves as host on the game show "Cutthroat Kitchen" and as a mentor/judge on "Food Network Star," which premiers its 10th season on June 1st. Brown created, produced and hosted the Peabody award winning series "Good Eats" for 13 years on Food Network, which still can be seen on the Cooking Channel.

Those craving Brownian wit and wisdom from its truest source can find additional show and ticketing information at

A tentative list of tour dates follows:

October 21 Athens, GA Classics Center Theatre
October 22 Greenville, SC Peace Concert Hall
October 23 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
October 24 New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
October 25 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre
October 26 Dallas, TX Majestic Theatre
October 28 Wichita, KS Century II Concert Hall
October 29 Des Moines, IA Des Moines Civic Center
October 30 Omaha, NE Orpheum Theater
November 1 Cincinnati, OH Aronoff Center - Proctor and Gamble Hall
November 2 Indianapolis, IN Clowes Memorial Hall
November 3 South Bend, IN Morris PAC
November 4 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre
November 5 Richmond, VA Carpenter Theatre
November 7 Cleveland, OH State Theatre
November 8 Philadelphia, PA Merriam Theater
November 9 Washington D.C. Warner Theatre
November 11 Hershey, PA Hershey Theatre
November 12 Portland, ME Merrill Auditorium
November 13 Waterbury, CT Palace Theatre
November 14 Boston, MA Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre
November 15 New York, NY Beacon Theatre
November 16 Buffalo, NY UB Center for the Arts
February 3 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
February 4 Coral Springs, FL Coral Springs Center for the Performing Arts
February 5 Fort Meyers, FL Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
February 6

West Palm Beach, FL

Kravis Center

February 7

Orlando, FL

Dr. Phillips Center
February 8 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre
February 10

Savannah, GA

Johnny Mercer Center
February 11 Richmond, KY EKU Center for the Arts
February 12 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center
February 14 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theatre
February 15 Rockford, IL Coronado Theatre
February 16 Cedar Rapids, IA Paramount Theatre
February 17 Sioux Falls, SD Washington Plaza
February 20 Vancouver, BC The Orpheum
February 21 Seattle, WA The Paramount
February 22 Yakima, WA Capitol Theatre
February 24 Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
February 25 Eugene, OR Hult Center - Silva
February 26 Boise, ID Morrison Center
February 27 Salt Lake City, UT Capitol Theatre

February 28

Butte, MT

The Mother Lode Theatre

March 1 Spokane, WA INB Performing Arts Center

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