Comedy duo Rhett & Link to tour in support of ‘Book of Mythicality’
Good Mythical Morning

Through their portfolio of YouTube projectspodcasts and newsletters, comedy duo Rhett & Link have attracted millions of followers to their "Mythical" brand. The childhood BFFs turned millennial multi-hyphenates will soon share their sweet story of success with readers in their debut book Rhett & Link’s Book of Mythicality, out this fall.

“The thing that brings it all together is this concept of a mythicality that we have brought some definition to in writing the book," Rhett recently told Fast Company. "It’s a combination of curiosity, creativity, and tomfoolery, and we want everything that we do to have that value.”

They'll bring those three elements to life on the upcoming Tour of Mythicality, their first-ever live stage show, which is promising a mix of "comedic yet personal storytelling, musical performances, offbeat life advice, and fan Q&A." The tour kicks off in mid-October and runs through December. Check out all the dates below. 

Rhett & Link 2017 Tour of Mythicality Dates

Oct. 13 — Huntington, NY — The Paramount
Oct. 14 (early show) — New York City, NY — Playstation Theater (Click her for tickets
Oct. 14 (late show) — New York City, NY — Playstation Theater (Click her for tickets
Oct. 20 — Austin, TX — Emo’s
Oct. 21 (early show) — Dallas, TX — Majestic Theater (Click her for tickets
Oct. 21 (late show) — Dallas, TX — Majestic Theater (Click her for tickets
Nov. 3 — San Francisco, CA — Regency Ballroom (Click her for tickets
Nov. 4 — San Diego, CA — House of Blues
Nov. 5 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
Nov. 10 — Washington, DC — Lincoln Theatre
Nov. 11 (early show) — Philadelphia, PA — Keswick Theater (Click her for tickets
Nov. 11 (late show) — Philadelphia, PA — Keswick Theater (Click her for tickets
Dec. 1 — Portland, OR — Revolution Hall
Dec. 2 — Seattle, WA — Neptune Theatre
Dec. 8 — St. Paul, MN — Fitzgerald Theater
Dec. 9 — Chicago, IL — The Vic
Dec. 15 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues
Dec. 16 — Atlanta, GA — The Buckhead Theatre
Dec. 17 — Durham, NC — The Carolina Theatre