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Eric Andre Announces Aussie Leg of His 'Legalize Everything' World Tour

Thursday 20 June 2019

Eric Andre Announces Aussie Leg of His 'Legalize Everything' World Tour

American comedian and TV personality Eric Andre is bringing his 'The Legalize Everything' world tour to Australia this December. The tour, which will mark his glorious return after his memorable 2016 AU debut, will kick off with a pair of shows at Sydney's Enmore Theatre, then will head to Melbourne's Athenaeum Theatre and Perth's Astor Theatre. The Tivoli Theatre in Brisbane will host the final show. After the AU dates, Eric will make his NZ debut with a show at Auckland's Sky City Theatre.

It's undeniable that the creator and host of Adult Swim's hit series 'The Eric Andre Show' is currently in the midst of a world take-over. In addition to his massive 33-date, nine-country tour, Eric is about to make even more of a mark on global screens. With the fifth season of the bizarro-talk show, live-action comedy TV series now in production, his character Kraft Punk has also been given an Adult Swim special, while the mysterious Blarf has locked down a record deal with Stone's Throw records.

Eric Andre has also lent his voice to the hyena 'Azizi' in Disney's re-imagining of 'The Lion King', not to mention producing, co-writing and starring in his first feature film, the hidden camera comedy 'Bad Trip'. Co-written and directed by his 'Eric Andre Show' co-star Lil Rel Howery, the full-length film features the duo's prank-laden cross-country road trip.

"Andre buries keen and hilarious observations in a seemingly bottomless pit of lunacy." - The Music, Australian Tour 2016

"One of the hottest comedians in the world right now, Andre rips through his stream-of-consciousness routine with balls-deep hilarity." - The AU Review, Australian Tour 2016

"One of the most off-kilter and versatile comedians on planet earth." - Vice

"If comedy is the new rock, an Eric Andre show might be an extra-messy new kind of punk, but specifically that late '70s era where a bewildered mainstream media collided with convention-chucking performance art." - Los Angeles Times

Book your tickets and prepare to laugh like crazy with Eric Andre this December!