The media circus surrounding Making a Murderer has died down significantly since the series debuted in December, but the momentum of Steven Avery’s internet heartthrob defense attorneys has not. Jerry Buting and normcore icon Dean Strang in particular have capitalized on their time in the spotlight, appearing on talk shows, podcasts, and the like to highlight serious shortcomings in our country’s judicial system, even announcing a live tour to preach their views to audiences around North America.

Now that tour has a name, as well as official locations and dates. According to a press release, A Conversation On Justice will see Buting and Strang visit 27 cities, beginning with Boston on April 16 and concluding with Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on August 21. Each “show,” if you can call it that, “will involve the two attorneys in conversation about the Steven Avery case and its broader implications, as well as a discussion on the larger topic of the American criminal justice system.” It’ll also feature a Q&A portion, which people hopefully use to ask legitimate questions about how better to serve justice and not how single Buting and/or Strang happen to be at the moment.

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Local ticket pre-sale begins this Thursday, March 3 at 10 a.m. local time and general sales the next day at noon local time. Tour dates are below and at ConversationonJustice.com, but just in case that’s not enough to tide you over, here’s a video of the duo discussing the tour:

Dean Strang & Jerry Buting: A Conversation On Justice tour

April 14—Berklee Performance Center—Boston, MA
April 17—Beacon Theatre—New York, NY
April 24—The Theatre at Ace Hotel—Los Angeles, CA
April 30—Palace Theatre—Columbus, OH
May 1—Aronoff Center – Procter & Gamble Hall—Cincinnati, OH
May 20—Durham Performing Arts Center—Durham, NC
May 21—Cullen Performance Hall—Houston, TX
May 22—Majestic Theatre—Dallas, TX
June 2—Northrop—Minneapolis, MN
June 3—The Chicago Theatre presented by Chase—Chicago, IL
June 10—Playhouse Square – State Theater—Cleveland, OH
June 11—Sony Centre for the Performing Arts—Toronto, ON
June 12—Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center—Atlanta, GA
June 17—Paramount Theatre—Seattle, WA
June 18—The Warfield Theatre—San Francisco, CA
June 19—Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall—Portland, OR
July 15—Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland—Kansas City, MO
July 16—Paramount Theatre—Denver, CO
July 17—The Balboa Theatre—San Diego, CA
July 29—Orpheum Theater—Vancouver, BC
July 30—Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium—Calgary, AB
July 31—Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium—Edmonton, AB
August 12—Celebrity Theatre—Phoenix, AZ
August 13—Paramount Theatre—Austin, TX
August 14—TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall—Nashville, TN
August 20—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, FL
August 21—Broward Center for the Performing Arts—Ft Lauderdale, FL

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