Comedian and podcast personality Adam Carolla is bringing his hilarious bag of jokes to the midwest this spring with a pair of shows in Detroit and Cleveland as part of his “Not Taco Bell Material” tour. The veteran jokester will perform at Cleveland’s Agora Theatre on Thursday, May 17, and the Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Mich. the following evening on May 18. Tickets for the two upcoming shows will be going on sale to the public starting tomorrow, March 30 at 12 p.m., and can be purchased by clicking here.
Thee two upcoming performances are part of a select few national tour gigs which Carolla has scheduled throughout the spring and summer months. The former co-host of “The Man Show” returned to his early career roots as a talk-radio host with his wildly popular “Adam Carolla Show” podcast, which has been broadcasting the comedian’s humor over the airwaves for almost a decade now. The 53-year-old doesn’t quite spend his days chugging beer on television alongside Jimmy Kimmel anymore, although he will appear on his former partner’s late-night show with a towel from time to time in hopes of making up for his lack of showers (see video above).
“It's show up and see what happens, although I never really just show up and see what happens," Carolla said about recording his podcast in a live performance setting in a recent interview with AXS. “That spontaneity took twenty years to develop. I wouldn't recommend just going and trying ninety minutes just on your own. But for me, and through trial and error and a lot of repetition, I've been able to pull it off. I don't know what's going to happen, but I know how to work with I don't know what's going to happen, so it works pretty good."