Plan to treat yo self, Dallas.
Tom Haverford Aziz Ansari announced via Twitter this morning that he'll be bringing his swag to the American Airlines Center September 13. All year, he's been taking his cheesy smile and well-pressed suits to cities across the U.S. on his "Modern Romance" tour and tickets sell out quickly, so take a minute to set a calendar alert in your phone. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday
NEW FALL TOUR DATES: Houston, Dallas, Philly, DC, Vegas and NYC. On sale Friday at 10am: http://t.co/wemyfY5K1N
— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) June 11, 2014
Ansari's early days as a comic were spent crafting his own brand of nerdy comedy that poked fun at pretentious hipster culture. A natural goofball, his affable dorkiness as Parks and Recreation's sarcastic entrepreneur, Tom Haverford, earned him a loyal following. There's even TomHaverfoods.com, a web site fully devoted to a single bit on the show, during which Tom is a culinary wordsmith. In his stand-up shows, don't expect wholesome Tom, but do expect a suit. Ansari is his own charming, swaggerific character, with an inappropriate sense of humor and an unhealthy obsession with pop culture.
Keep an eye on tour.azizansari.com for tickets.
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