As of July 14th, the tour is no longer requiring a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination to attend this event.
If you have the VIP meet & greet experience, you will have to wear masks during the meet and greet portion of the VIP and if you are on stage for Jeopardy.
*Masks are encouraged but not required for this performance.
VIP Meet & Greet Experience:
One (1) Premium Reserved ticket in the first (15) rows, plus:
• – Meet & Greet with Weird Al after the show with a photo opportunity
• – Personally autographed, custom-designed 2022 Vanity Tour poster, exclusive to VIPs!
• – Be a part of Weird Al Jeopardy! – a Pre-Concert Game Show Experience challenging people to the ultimate Weird Al trivia contest. Register for the chance to be a contestant, or just play along from the audience (Shhh! No shouting answers!)
• – Pre-show Hang with fellow fans – including complimentary non-alcoholic beverages
• – Collectible Weird Al Merchandise item
• – Souvenir VIP Laminate
• – Early Entry into the venue
• – Crowd-Free Merchandise Shopping
• – On-site VIP host
Almost four years after his first foray into unfamiliar concert territory with his highly-acclaimed Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, “Weird Al” Yankovic is pressing his luck again, this time with The Unfortunate Return of the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour. The tour marks Weird Al’s long-anticipated return to the concert stage after his hugely successful Strings Attached Tour in 2019 where he performed each night alongside a full symphony orchestra.
Once again drawing from his back catalogue of 14 studio albums, Weird Al promises to deliver a different set list every night, with no two shows the same. As before, rather than focusing on the hits from his career, the show will feature Yankovic’s non-parody material – the somewhat more obscure pastiches and original songs that have largely escaped the pop culture radar but are adored by his long-time fans. And like the last Vanity Tour, he is leaving behind the high-octane theatrics that he’s known for and going bare-bones – no costumes, no props, no video screens… just Al and his band of almost four decades in smaller, more intimate venues, hanging out on stage, playing music.