Weird Al Yankovic Tickets
Fred Kavli Theatre at Bank Of America Performing Arts Center | Thousand Oaks, CA
Weird Al Yankovic comes to Fred Kavli Theatre on Sunday 18th September 2022 for the return of his The Unfortunate Return of the ridiculously Self-indulgent, III-Advised Vanity Tour. The show will run for six months, with 133 performances across the U.S. It is one of the biggest tours of the year 2022 and will take the artist across North America, starting on 26th April in Poughkeepsie, New York. Yankovic will also be making his debut appearance at New York’s Carnegie Hall. The upcoming tour is the second part of his 2018 Vanity tour, and just like the first part, comedian Emo Phillips will be opening for Weird Al Yankovic. This will be a pretty big event and if you want to be a part of it, you will need to get your tickets right now before they are sold out!
Weird Al Yankovic returns to the stage after four years since 2018’s highly acclaimed tour. The artist will draw back from his catalog of 14 albums and deliver a unique set every night, with no two shows similar to each other. This tour will mostly emphasize his non-parody original music, which may have missed the pop culture radar but is still loved by his lifelong fans. With no costumes, props, or video screens, this tour will offer intimate performances with smaller, more personalized venues to give a truly unique experience to his fans.
Weird Al Yankovic is a five-time Grammy winner with eleven nominations and four gold certifications. He also holds six platinum records in the U.S, and he has sold more than 12 million albums across the globe. As a comedy act, no one comes closer to his numbers. He began producing music in 1976, and his first original single, My Bologna, was released in 1979. This tour is poised to be one of the most exciting tours of the year, and if you’re a Weird Al Yankovic fan, you truly cannot miss out on it! If you want to see him live in concert on 18th September at Fred Kavli Theatre, hurry up and get your tickets right now before they are all gone!