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Conan, Live on Stage in Los Angeles!! [Updated]

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Well, looks like the rumors were true. Conan O'Brien is touring and he's bringing his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour to Los Angeles, which is described as "a night of music, comedy, hugging, and the occasional awkward silence (the buzz about this is huge and the website has appeared to crash)."

He'll be hitting up the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk on Saturday, April 24th for an evening of fun and many, many laughs. Universal is, of course, where his old Late-night NBC studio is. [Update: A second show on Sunday, April 25th has been added, h/t LosAnjealous]

As usual for a big event like this, there are a number of packages, including a $695 "Meet & Greet" option. But main tickets for the event are $39.50-$59.50-$79.50 so get clicking. They just went on sale and they're sure to go fast.

More info about the tour (no Max?) is available here.

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Previously: Photos from the Conan Rally at Universal Studios