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Alton Brown Announces New Live Tour: 'Eat Your Science'

Brown will hit 40 cities this time around.

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Food Network star and bow tie connoisseur Alton Brown is hitting the road again, this time with a brand new tour. Brown has seen much success with his "Edible Inevitable Tour," which a press release says had shows in 100 cities over the span of two years. Now, Brown will bring a new show — called "Eat Your Science" — to 40 different cities across the U.S.

Like his previous live shows, the "Eat Your Science" tour will feature "comedy, talk show antics, and multimedia presentations." The show's famed use of ponchos for audience members will make a return as well, just this time they will be "larger and more protective." The upcoming tour will also feature a slew of new additions like new puppets, new songs, "potentially more dangerous experiments," and fire. "You'll see things that I was never allowed to do on TV," Brown promises in the release.

Brown's "Eat Your Science Tour" kicks off in April 2016 in Charleston. He will then head to 39 other cities over two months including Atlanta, Baltimore, Detroit, San Diego, and Tulsa. Tickets go on sale October 9 and can be purchased here. Checkout the full list of tour dates and stops below:

April 6: Charleston, SC Gaillard Center
April 7: Fayetteville, NC Crown Theatre
April 8: Columbia, SC Koger Center for the Arts
April 9: Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
April 10: Louisville, KY Kentucky Center
April 11: Huntsville, AL Von Braun Center
April 12: Pensacola, FL Saenger Theatre
April 13: Nashville, TN TPAC
April 15: Durham, NC DPAC
April 16: Baltimore, MD Lyric Opera House
April 17: Charlotte, NC Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
April 19: Pittsburgh, PA Benedum Center
April 20: Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
April 21: Wilkes Barre, PA FM Kirby Center
April 22: Atlantic City, NJ Caesars Hotel & Casino
April 23: Providence, RI PPAC
April 24: Hartford, CT Busnhell Performing Arts Center
April 26: Syracuse, NY Crouse Hinds Hall
April 27: Worcester, MA Hanover Theatre
April 28: Brookville, NY Tilles Center
April 29: Reading, PA Santander Performing Arts Center
April 30: Schenectady, NY Proctor's Theatre
May 1: Morristown, NJ Mayo Performing Arts Center
May 4: Grand Rapids, MI DeVos Hall
May 5: Kalamazoo, MI Miller Auditorium
May 6: Detroit, MI Fox Theatre
May 7: Chicago, IL Palace Theatre
May 8: Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theatre
May 9: Kansas City, MO Midland Theatre
May 10: Tulsa, OK Chapman Music Center
May 12: Mesa, AZ Mesa Arts Center
May 13: Costa Mesa, CA Segerstrom Center for the Arts
May 14: Prescott , AZ Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
May 15: San Diego, CA Balboa Theatre
May 16: Riverside, CA Fox Theatre
May 18: San Jose, CA Center for Performing Arts
May 19: Santa Rosa, CA Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
May 20: Reno, NV Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
May 21: Stockton, CA Bob Hope Theatre
May 22: Redding, CA Civic Auditorium

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