“Weird Al” Yankovic Unveils “Mandatory World Tour” 2016

You know him from countless humorous videos which include “Amish Paradise”, “Eat It”, “Fat” and “I Lost On Jeopardy” among many others and with my recent presentations about some legendary rockers touring runs, I felt now it was time to send for the clowns or is that send in the clown with the touring dates for the one and the only inimitable “Weird Al” Yankovic. This summer the comedic musician will embark on his “Mandatory World Tour” and be making stops at a whole lot of places in support of his “Mandatory Fun” album. Just check out the healthy batch of dates below the poster.

Tour - Weird Al Yankovic - Mandatory 2016

The Tour Dates:
Jun 3: Mahaffey Theater (St. Petersburg, FL)
Jun 4: Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Dreyfoos Hall (West Palm Beach, FL)
Jun 5: Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall (Fort Myers, FL)
Jun 7: Saenger Theatre (Mobile, AL)
Jun 9: Youkey Theatre (Lakeland, FL)
Jun 10: Adrienne Arsht Center (Miami, FL)
Jun 11: St. Augustine Amphitheatre (St. Augustine, FL)
Jun 12: BJCC (Birmingham, AL)
Jun 15: Iroquois Amphitheater (Louisville, KY)
Jun 16: Grand Ole Opry (Nashville, TN)
Jun 17: Von Braun Center – Mark C. Smith Concert Hall (Huntsville, AL)
Jun 18: White Oak Amphitheatre (Greensboro, NC)
Jun 19: Fox Theatre (Atlanta, GA)
Jun 21: Portsmouth Pavilion (Portsmouth, VA)
Jun 22: Hippodrome Theatre (Baltimore, MD)
Jun 24: Akron Civic Theatre (Akron, OH)
Jun 25: Veterans Memorial Park (Bay City, MI)
Jun 26: Foellinger Theatre (Ft Wayne, IN)
Jun 28: Victory Theatre (Evansville, IN)
Jul 1: Toledo Zoo Amphitheater (Toledo, OH)
Jul 2: RiverEdge Park (Aurora, IL)
Jul 3: Star Plaza Theatre (Merrillville, IN)
Jul 6: Palace Theatre (Columbus, OH)
Jul 7: The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park (Indianapolis, IN)
Jul 8: PNC Pavilion (Cincinnati, OH)

Jul 9: Tivoli Theatre (Chattanooga, TN)
Jul 10: BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove (Southaven, MS)
Jul 12: Bass Concert Hall (Austin, TX)
Jul 14: Brown Theater at Wortham Center (Houston, TX)
Jul 15: Hard Rock Live – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (Biloxi, MS)
Jul 16: Winspear Opera House (Dallas, TX)
Jul 17: Enid Event Center (Enid, OK)
Jul 19: Plaza Theatre (El Paso, TX)
Jul 21: CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre (San Diego, CA)
Jul 22: Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA)
Jul 23: Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA)
Jul 24: City National Civic (San Jose, CA)
Jul 26: Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle, WA)
Jul 27: Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle, WA)
Jul 28: Edgefield (Troutdale, OR)
Jul 29: Cuthbert Amphitheater (Eugene, OR)
Jul 30: Sonoma State University – Green Music Center (Rohnert Park, CA)
Aug 2: Arlington Theatre (Santa Barbara, CA)
Aug 3: Comerica Theatre (Phoenix, AZ)
Aug 5: Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre (Salt Lake City, UT)
Aug 7: Starlight Theatre (Kansas City, MO)
Aug 9: McGrath Amphitheater (Cedar Rapids, IA)
Aug 10: Pinewood Bowl Theater (Lincoln, NE)
Aug 13: Buffalo Chip Campground (Sturgis, SD) FREE SHOW
Aug 14: Conexus Arts Centre (Regina, SK, Canada)
Aug 15: Burton Cummings Theatre (Winnipeg, MB, Canada)
Aug 18: Thunder Bay Community Auditorium (Thunder Bay, ON, Canada)
Aug 19: State Theatre (Minneapolis, MN)
Aug 20: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center (Appleton, WI)
Aug 21: Overture Hall (Madison, WI)
Aug 23: Coronado Performing Arts Center (Rockford, IL)
Aug 24: The Carson Center (Paducah, KY)
Aug 26: DeVos Performance Hall (Grand Rapids, MI)
Aug 27: Freedom Hill Amphitheatre (Sterling Heights, MI)
Aug 28: Rose Music Center at The Heights (Huber Heights, OH)
Aug 30: The Playhouse Theatre (Wilmington, DE)
Sep 1: Boarding House Park (Lowell, MA)
Sep 2: Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion (Gilford, NH)
Sep 3: Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center (Canandaigua, NY)
Sep 4: The Budweiser Summer Stage at Tag’s (Big Flats, NY)
Sep 7: Koger Center for the Arts (Columbia, SC)
Sep 8: Cape Fear Community College (Wilmington, NC)
Sep 9: Durham Performing Arts Center (Durham, NC)
Sep 10: Thomas Wolfe Auditorium (Asheville, NC)
Sep 11: Filene Center at Wolf Trap (Vienna, VA)
Sep 13: Hershey Theatre (Hershey, PA)
Sep 14: Providence Performing Arts Center (Providence, RI)
Sep 16: Benedum Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
Sep 17: Proctor’s Theatre (Schenectady, NY)
Sep 18: Palace Theatre (Waterbury, CT)
Sep 22: Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences (Charleston, WV)
Sep 23: Circus Maximus at Caesars Atlantic City (Atlantic City, NJ)
Sep 24: Radio City Music Hall (New York, NY)

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I’ve had so many side-splitting laughs thanks to “Weird Al” over the years but have never before seen him in concert so I am going to try my best to be there at the regional show (which is actually also the tour closer) at the beautiful Radio City Music Hall. It’s a long way away of course but sure seems to be the kind of show one can look forward to after a long hot summer. Now you already know what I think about this one but what do you say? Is this the kind of thing you will support and let some laughs loose? Let me know in the comments.

Official Website: http://www.weirdal.com

One thought on ““Weird Al” Yankovic Unveils “Mandatory World Tour” 2016”

  1. He’s great. I saw him live and he started out “If you loved last years’ show, you are going to love this one, because It’s the exact same show”!

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