This is going to be awesome and I personally cannot wait to get tickets.  Food Network star Alton Brown is bringing his Alton Brown Live- Beyond the Eats Tour to Evansville.

I have been watching Alton Brown for years.  And, while he's been featured on a wide variety of Food Network shows, my personal favorite series is Iron Chef America.  Alton knows virtually everything there is to know about food and the science behind it.  Every time I see him on TV, I learn something new- often in inventive, quirky ways. Now, here's the chance for us to see him in person.

This live, delicious and hilarious new tour will roll into the Old National Events Plaza on March 31st, 2022.  Brown says that fans can expect "more cooking, more comedy, more music and more potentially dangerous science stuff.

If you're an Alton fan, you likely know him from a variety of Food Network shows like Good Eats, Good Eats: Reloaded, Good Eats: Return and his hosting gigs on Cutthroat Kitchen and, like I mentioned above, Iron Chef America.

If you're unfamiliar with Alton, know this.  He is basically a food brainiac and is well-known and admired for mixing science, music and food into hours of entertainment.

Tickets for Alton Brown's Live- Beyond the Eats Tour are sale Friday at Ticketmaster.com.  There is a special presale that gets underway Tuesday, September 14th at 10am.  Tickets start at $35.00 (plus applicable fees) and there are also some exclusive VIP tickets available.

This show will require Health Checks due to COVID-19.  For more information, you can CLICK HERE!

 

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