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“Weird Al” Yankovic has announced dates for his long-promised “Mandatory World Tour,” kicking off May 12 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 100-city lap around the English-speaking (or at least generally understanding) world is in support of Yankovic’s 2014 album Mandatory Fun, which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top 200 Album chart and has been nominated for a Grammy for Best Comedy Album. A full list of dates is below.


Pre-sale tickets will go on sale via Yankovic’s website on Tuesday, Jan. 27, before becoming available to the general population on Jan. 30.

“Weird Al” Yankovic Mandatory World Tour 2015
May 12-16—Planet Hollywood—Las Vegas, Nevada
May 19—Brady Theater—Tulsa, Oklahoma
May 20—Hudson Performance Hall—Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 22—Hard Rock Hotel And Casino—Biloxi, Mississippi
May 23—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tennessee
May 24—Horseshoe Tunica – Bluesville—Robinsonville, Mississippi
May 26—Bloomington Center For The Performing Arts—Bloomington, Illinois
May 28—Old National Centre – Murat Theatre—Indianapolis, Indiana
May 29—Soaring Eagle Casino And Resort—Mount Pleasant, Michigan
May 30—Jacobs Pavilion At Nautica—Cleveland, Ohio
May 31—The Palace Theatre—Greensburg, Pennsylvania
June 2-3—Wilbur Theatre—Boston, Massachusetts
June 4—Capitol Center For The Arts—Concord, New Hampshire
June 6—Foxwoods Resort Casino—Ledyard, Connecticut
June 7—Governor’s Ball Music Festival—New York, New York
June 8—American Music Theatre—Lancaster, Pennsylvania
June 11—Carpenter Theatre At Richmond Center Stage—Richmond, Virginia
June 12—The Filene Center At Wolf Trap—Vienna, Virginia
June 13—Pier Six Pavilion—Baltimore, Maryland
June 14—Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre—Roanoke, Virginia
June 16—Sands Bethlehem Event Center—Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
June 18—Koka Booth Amphitheatre—Cary, North Carolina
June 19—Ovens Auditorium—Charlotte, North Carolina
June 20—Chastain Park Amphitheater—Atlanta, Georgia
June 21—Fraze Pavilion—Kettering, Ohio
June 23—Midland Theatre—Newark, Ohio
June 26—Caesars Windsor—Windsor, Ontario
June 27—Chicago Theatre—Chicago, Illinois
June 28—Peabody Opera House—St. Louis, Missouri
June 30—Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland—Kansas City, Missouri
July 1—Orpheum Theatre—Wichita, Kansas
July 2—Harrah’s Hotel And Casino—Council Bluffs, Iowa
July 3—Mystic Lake Casino—Prior Lake, Minnesota
July 7—Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center—Bowling Green, Kentucky
July 8—Peace Center For The Performing Arts—Greenville, South Carolina
July 10—Warner Theatre—Erie, Pennsylvania
July 11—Palace Theater—Albany, New York
July 12—Flynn Center For The Performing Arts—Burlington, Vermont
July 14—Turning Stone Resort Casino—Verona, New York
July 15—University At Buffalo Center For The Arts—Buffalo, New York
July 17—Hamilton Place Theatre—Hamilton, Ontario
July 18—Casino Rama—Rama, Ontario
July 19—Ottawa Bluesfest—Ottawa, Ontario
July 20—Centennial Hall—London, Ontario
July 24—Casino Nova Scotia—Halifax, Nova Scotia
July 25—Casino New Brunswick—Moncton, New Brunswick
July 26—Main State Pier—Portland, Maine
Aug. 4—The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center—New Bedford, Massachusetts
Aug. 5—Community Arts Center—Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Aug. 7—Tennessee Theatre—Knoxville, Tennessee
Aug. 8—Ferguson Center For The Arts—Newport News, Virginia
Aug. 9—North Charleston Performing Arts Center—North Charleston, South Carolina
Aug. 11—Hard Rock Live At Universal Citywalk—Orlando, Florida
Aug. 13—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, Florida
Aug. 14—King Center For The Performing Arts—Melbourne, Florida
Aug. 15—Broward Center For The Performing Arts—Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Aug. 16—Florida Theatre—Jacksonville, Florida
Aug. 18—Bayou Music Center—Houston, Texas
Aug. 19—Majestic Theatre—San Antonio, Texas
Aug. 20—Austin City Limits Live At The Moody Theater—Austin, Texas
Aug. 21—Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie—Grand Prairie, Texas
Aug. 23—Paramount Theatre—Denver, Colorado
Sept. 1—Van Duzer Theatre—Arcata, California
Sept. 2—Britt Pavilion—Jacksonville, Oregon
Sept. 4—Les Schwab Amphitheater—Bend, Oregon
Sept. 5-6—Oregon Zoo Amphitheater—Portland, Oregon
Sept. 8—Queen Elizabeth Theatre—Vancouver, British Columbia
Sept. 9—South Okanagan Event Centre—Penticton, British Columbia
Sept. 11—River Cree Resort And Casino—Enoch, Alberta
Sept. 12—Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium—Calgary, Alberta
Sept. 13—Northern Quest Resort And Casino—Airway Heights, Washington
Sept. 14—Washington State Fair—Puyallup, Washington
Sept. 18—Harrah’s Laughlin—Laughlin, Nevada
Sept. 24—Grona Lund—Stockholm, Sweden
Sept. 25—Sentrum Scene—Oslo, Norway
Sept. 26—Brattora—Trondheim, Norway
Sept. 28—Vega—Copenhagen, Denmark
Sept. 30—Melkweg—Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct. 1—Ancienne Belgique—Brussels, Belgium
Oct. 4—Eventim Apollo—London, United Kingdom
Oct. 6—Vicar Street—Dublin, Ireland


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