Jay & Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow announces additional dates into 2020

Iconic movie stoners Jay & Silent Bob are back in a brand new film "Jay & Silent Bob Reboot," a sequel to their film 2001 "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back." The reboot is set to hit theaters nationwide Oct. 15 with a special tour making its way across American in support of the film. The Jay & Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow will allow fans to view the film alongside Silent Bob himself, Kevin Smith, and feature a Q&A session.

The Roadshow has announced event more dates to their on-the-road antics, with new cities including Richmond (Tickets), Jacksonville (Tickets), New Orleans (Tickets) and more. Tickets for select newly announced dates will be available for purchase on Sept. 20 at 10 AM PST (Tickets). 

Jay & Silent Bob's rise to prominence began 25 years ago in 1994 as characters of the independent, black-and-white, comedy film, "Clerks," written and directed by Kevin Smith himself. It was there that the two would become staple pot dealers and shenanigan makers throughout the "Clerks" franchise. From there, the two budded into their own superstar status, garnering their very own movie series, comic books, and animated series.  

Jay & Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow Tour Dates & Tickets 
Oct. 19 – Ashbury Park, NJ – Paramount Theatre
Oct. 21 (7 PM)– Chicago, IL – Music Box Theatre
Oct. 21 (10 PM)– Chicago, IL – Music Box Theatre
Oct. 22 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore 
Oct. 23 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live
Oct. 25 – Riverside, IA – Riverside Casino & Golf Resort
Oct. 26 (3 PM)– St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theatre
Oct. 26 (8 PM)– St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theatre
Oct. 27 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant 
Oct. 28 (6:30 PM)– Columbus, OH – Studio 35 Cinema
Oct. 28 (9:30 PM)– Columbus, OH – Studio 35 Cinema
Oct. 30 (6:30 PM)– Houston, TX – River Oaks Theatre
Oct. 30 (9:30 PM)– Houston, TX – River Oaks Theatre
Oct. 31 (7 PM)– San Antonio, TX – Alamo Draft House
Oct. 31 (10 PM)– San Antonio, TX – Alamo Draft House
Nov. 1 – Austin, TX – Paramount Theatre
Nov. 2 (7 PM)– Dallas, TX – Texas Theatre
Nov. 2 (10 PM)– Dallas, TX – Texas Theatre
Nov. 3 (11:30 AM)– Kansas City, MO – Armour Theatre
Nov. 3 (3 PM)– Kansas City, MO – Armour Theatre
Nov. 3 (7 PM)– Kansas City, MO – Armour Theatre
Nov. 6 (7 PM)– Pittsburgh, PA – Oaks Theatre
Nov. 6 (10 PM)– Pittsburgh, PA – Oaks Theatre
Nov. 7 (7:30 PM)– Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Film Center
Nov. 7 (10:30 PM)– Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Film Center
Nov. 8 (7 PM)– Boston, MA – The Wilbur Theatre
Nov. 8 (10 PM)– Boston, MA – The Wilbur Theatre
Nov. 9 – New York, NY – New York Comedy Festival
Nov. 10 (6 PM)– Arlington, VA – Arlington Cinema and Draft
Nov. 10 (9 PM)– Arlington, VA – Arlington Cinema and Draft
Nov. 13 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
Nov. 14 – Tampa, FL – Tampa Theatre
Nov. 15 (8 PM)– Chattanooga, TN – The Walker Theatre 
Nov. 15 (11:15 PM)– Chattanooga, TN – The Walker Theatre 
Nov. 16 (8 PM)– Atlanta, GA – Center Stage 
Nov. 16 (11 PM)– Atlanta, GA – Center Stage 
Nov. 18 – Knoxville, TN – Bijou Theatre
Nov. 19 (5 PM)– Nashville, TN – Belcourt
Nov. 19 (8 PM)– Nashville, TN – Belcourt
Nov. 21 – Durango, CO – Fort Lewis Community College
Nov. 22 (7 PM)– Denver, CO – Sie Film Center
Nov. 22 (7:30 PM)– Denver, CO – Sie Film Center
Nov. 22 (10 PM)– Denver, CO – Sie Film Center
Nov. 23 (6 PM)– Fort Collins, CO – The Lyric Theatre 
Nov. 23 (9 PM)– Fort Collins, CO – The Lyric Theatre 
Dec. 1 (7 PM)– Vancouver, BC, CA – Rio Theatre
Dec. 1 (10 PM)– Vancouver, BC, CA – Rio Theatre
Dec. 2 – Vancouver, BC, CA – Rio Theatre
Dec. 5 (6:45 PM) – Phoenix, AZ – Stand Up Live
Dec. 5 (9:45 PM)– Phoenix, AZ – Stand Up Live
Dec. 6 (7 PM)– Tucson, AZ – Loft Cinema​​​​​​​
Dec. 6 (10 PM)– Tucson, AZ – Loft Cinema​​​​​​​
Dec. 9 – Seattle, WA – The Neptune
Dec. 10 – Seattle, WA – The Neptune
Dec. 11 – Salem, OR – Elsinore Theatre
Dec. 12 – Los Angeles, CA – Theatre at The Ace Hotel (Tickets)
Jan. 10 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
Jan. 11 – Sacramento, CA – Crest Theatre
Jan. 13 – Eugene, OR – Soreng Hall at Hult Center for the Performing Arts
Jan. 14 – Olympia, WA – Capitol Theater
Jan. 15 – Spokane, WA – Fox Theater Spokane
Jan. 17 – Calgary, AB, CA – Globe Cinema
Jan. 18 – Edmonton, AB, CA – Myer Horowitz Theatre
Jan. 19 – Medicine Hat, AB, CA – The Esplanade
Jan. 23 – Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room
Jan. 29 – Winnipeg, MB, CA – Club Regent Event Centre
Jan. 30 – Fargo, ND – Fargo Theatre
Feb. 1 – Toronto, ON, CA – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Feb. 4 – Montreal, QC, CA – Corona Theatre
Feb. 6 – Portland, ME – State Theatre Portland
Feb. 7 – Albany, NY – Hart Theatre at The Egg
Feb. 8 – Providence, RI – Columbus Theatre
Feb. 9 – Hartford, CT – Infinity Music Hall
Feb. 11 – Tarrytown, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
Feb. 12 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
Feb. 13 – Baltimore, MD – Senator Theatre
Feb. 14 – Wilmington, DE –The Playhouse on Rodney Square
Feb. 15 – Richmond, VA – The National (Tickets)
Feb. 16 – Durham, NC – Carolina Theatre
Feb. 17 – Charlotte, NC – Knight Theater
Feb. 19 – Charleston, NC – Charleston Music Hall
Feb. 20 – Macon, GA – Hargray Capitol Theatre
Feb. 21 – Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre (Tickets)
Feb. 25 – Birmingham, AL – The Lyric
Feb. 26 – New Orleans, LA – Joy Theater (Tickets)