Entertainment
by AG on March 11, 2010

On his Twitter account this morning, Conan O'Brien announced a 32-city comedy tour, beginning with a show in Eugene, Ore., on April 12, and ending in Atlanta on June 14. In between, Coco will hit up Radio City Music Hall twice, casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Connecticut, and yes, even Bonnaroo. With NBC barring Conan from lining up a new late-night gig until the fall, he's dubbed his tour The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour. We wonder if he'll be allowed to trash NBC on stage. Buy tickets here. The full lineup is after the jump.

  • April 12: Eugene, OR, Hult Center For the Performing Arts
  • April 13: Vancouver, BC, Orpheum Theatre
  • April 16: Spokane, WA, INB Performing Arts Center
  • April 17: Enoch, AB, River Cree Resort & Casino
  • April 18: Seattle, WA, Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
  • April 22: San Francisco, CA, Nob Hill Masonic Center
  • April 24: Universal City, CA, Gibson Amphitheater
  • April 29: San Diego, CA, San Diego Civic Theatre
  • April 30: Phoenix, AZ, Dodge Theatre
  • May 1: Las Vegas, NV, The Pearl Concert Theatre – Palms Casino
  • May 4: Reno, NV, Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Grand Theatre
  • May 5: San Jose, CA, San Jose State University Events Center
  • May 6: Sacramento, CA, Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
  • May 9: Boulder, CO, Mackey Auditorium
  • May 13: Dallas, TX, McFarlin Memorial Auditorium-SMU Campus
  • May 14: Austin, TX, Austin Music Hall
  • May 15: Tulsa, OK, Brady Theater
  • May 16: Kansas City, MO, Midland Theatre
  • May 18: Minneapolis, MN, Orpheum Theatre
  • May 19: Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre
  • May 20: Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre
  • May 22: Toronto, ON, Massey Hall
  • May 30: Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata Spa & Resort – Event Center
  • June 1: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
  • June 2: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
  • June 4: Boston, MA, Wang Theater
  • June 6: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
  • June 7: Upper Darby, PA, Tower Theatre
  • June 8: Washington, DC, Constitution Hall
  • June 11: Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Music Festival
  • June 14: Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre