Today, Food Network personality, Raiders fan and Middle American celebrity Guy Fieri announced The Guy Fieri Road Show, which is something he's calling "the first ever rock n' roll culinary tour." The tour will hit 21 cities in 30 days in November and December, culminating in Vegas, natch. Ticket prices will range from $10 to $250 (who would pay $250?), and as for the actual show details, you might want to sit down:
The opening act: "Australian-based flair bartender Hayden 'Woody' Wood, an effervescent entertainer and educator on all things liquid." Repeat: Woody. Wood. Effervescent.
The second act: A "local celebrated" chef that will vary from city to city.
The headliner: Guy Fieri himself, wherein he will go ad-lib and then do storytime (!): "Guy will take centerstage with an unscripted and wildly entertaining performance, complete with interactive cooking stations, demos, behind the scenes stories from the road and more." Ho boy. The full release and its "blow-your-mind entertainment" follows:
NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Guy Fieri, star of 3 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. In November, The Guy Fieri Roadshow, produced by his company, Knuckle Sandwich, will hit 21 cities in 30 days and play in venues that seat from 2,000-5,000 fans.· Guy Fieri Announces First Ever Rock N' Roll Culinary Tour, The Guy Fieri Road Show
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."
Australian-based flair bartender Hayden "Woody" Wood, an effervescent entertainer and educator on all things liquid, will serve as the opening act. Each city will feature a local celebrated chef, and then Guy will take center stage with an unscripted and wildly entertaining performance, complete with interactive cooking stations, demos, behind the scenes stories from the road and more.
The show hits the road Tuesday, November 17th in Lowell, MA at Lowell Memorial Auditorium and wraps Thursday, December 17th at The House of Blues in Las Vegas, NV. For a complete list of cities, log on to www.guyfieri.com. Food Network is a media sponsor, ticket prices range from $10-250 and go on sale through Ticketmaster on September 18th.