‘The Guy Fieri Road Show' Hosts Special Guests in Nashville 11/22

‘The Guy Fieri Road Show' hosts special guests in Nashville, Nov. 22 at TPAC. Performance date: November 22, 2009; Andrew Jackson Hall. Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC), 505 Deaderick Street, Nashville Performance time: 8:00 p.m.

Tickets: $25-45 for single tickets, and $150-250 for VIP tickets, depending on seat locations.
Tickets available at www.tpac.org, by calling 615/782-4040, or by visiting TPAC Box Office locations (Downtown and at Davis-Kidd Booksellers in The Mall at Green Hills)

Web sites: www.tpac.org; www.guyfieri.com

Guy Fieri, star of three shows on Food Network including Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, is taking American food culture to new heights by combining the worlds of food and rock-n-roll. On November 22, The Guy Fieri Road Show comes to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center as part of AC Entertainment, Exceptional Artists and TPAC Presents. The national tour, produced by Fieri's company Knuckle Sandwich, will hit 21 cities in 30 days.

The Nashville engagement will include the following special guests:

Australian-based flair bartender Hayden "Woody" Wood, an effervescent entertainer and educator on all things liquid, will open the show.
Local chef Tully Wilson will offer an onstage cooking demonstration. Chef Tully is a 2004 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NYC, and is the owner and executive chef of Tully's Bistro in Hartsville, TN.
Joining Fieri onstage is Food Network's Anne Burrell, host of Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and the new primetime series Worst Cooks in America, premiering in January 2010.

Guy modeled this two hour food-a-palooza after a high-energy rock concert, including traveling from city to city on two tour buses with his culinary krew. "We've been test-driving this concept on a smaller scale and the adrenaline of the crowd is through the roof," explains Guy. "Putting on a show for my fans that marries food and rock-n-roll with blow-your-mind entertainment is a dream come true."

"Guy Fieri has become, almost overnight, a household name in the world of food," said Kathleen O'Brien, TPAC's president and CEO. "His flair and passion turns simple food preparation into a work of art, and he certainly creates a dramatic, exciting atmosphere wherever he goes. With that, I can think of no better place for his Nashville stop on the tour than TPAC. We anticipate overwhelming response to The Guy Fieri Road Show, especially the VIP ticket packages. Sitting onstage while he works his culinary magic? That's an unbelievable opportunity."
The tour hits the road Tuesday, November 17 in Lowell, MA at Lowell Memorial Auditorium and wraps Thursday, December 17 at The House of Blues in Las Vegas, NV, with a stop at TPAC's Jackson Hall on November 22. For a complete list of cities, log on to www.guyfieri.com.

Guy stars in three top-rated shows on Food Network - Guy's Big Bite, Ultimate Recipe Showdown and one of the network's most popular shows, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. A best-selling author, Guy's second book hits stores in November titled More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: A Drop-Top Culinary Cruise Through America's Finest and Funkiest Joints. Guy also co-owns Johnny Garlic's (3 locations) and Tex Wasabi's (2 locations) in Northern California.

Tickets to The Guy Fieri Road Show are on sale now. Single tickets to The Guy Fieri Road Show range from $25-45, and VIP tickets range from $150-250, depending upon seat locations. For tickets, visit www.tpac.org, call 615/782/4040, or visit the TPAC Box Office (Downtown or at Davis-Kidd Booksellers in The Mall at Green Hills).

There are two special VIP ticket packages for this show. A $250 per person "Off Da Hook" package includes the following: on-stage seating, tour laminate, copy of More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: A Drop Top Culinary Cruise Through America's Finest and Funkiest Joints, two squirt bottles, and a pre-show meet and greet. These tickets are limited, available for patrons 21 and older only, and must be picked up at will call night of show.

A $150 per person "Kulinary Krew" package includes premium seating, tour laminate, copy of More Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: A Drop Top Culinary Cruise Through America's Finest and Funkiest Joints, two squirt bottles and a pre-show meet and greet. These tickets are limited, and must be picked up at will call night of show.

This performance of The Guy Fieri Road Show is part of AC Entertainment, Exceptional Artists and TPAC Presents. Institutional sponsors for TPAC include American Airlines and Coca-Cola. Nissan North America, Inc. is a Sustaining Partner for TPAC. Food Network is a media sponsor of the national tour.

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing and supporting the presentation of the performing arts to the citizens of Tennessee. Its four stages are home to Broadway in Nashville at TPAC, Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera, Tennessee Repertory Theatre and a variety of special engagements. TPAC administers one of the largest and most comprehensive arts-in-education programs in the United States, offering learning opportunities for children and adults. The organization has served more than 1.5 million students from pre-school to high school over the past two decades. For more information, visit the web site, www.tpac.org.

 

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