Underdog champion of snide Daniel Tosh has his ticket booked for a Dallas visit. Made famous by his stonerlicous internet clip mockery showTosh.O
, Ol' Deep V really got his start on the stand-up circuit, which anyone who's ever been hungover with access to Comedy Central now knows. (They run those early 2000's stand-up bits more frequently than theRoast of Bob Saget
Tosh isn't over stand-up like most who develop their celebrity on the tee-vee -- he's a man of the people, okay? A rabid tourer, Tosh has sold out stages all over the country, finally getting credit for what started him out. This Friday at 10 a.m. you'll have your chance to get a ticket for his upcoming show, which is scheduled for Saturday, April 7, at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie.
Presale tickets went up for grabs starting at 10 a.m. today, Wednesday February 1. Tosh's cryptic press release says that information on presale, the tour, etc. can be had by visiting http://tosh.comedycentral.com, www.danieltosh.com or www.livenation.com, and also by following Tosh on Twitter/DanielTosh. If you figure out the presale code, be a doll and let your new internet friends know down in the comments section.
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