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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11, 2016 / -- Comedian Adam Devine has announced the Weird Life Tour 2017, his latest major multi-city standup comedy tour that will take him across the United States throughout 2017.

Adam Devine is quickly becoming one of the most sought after young comedians and actors in the comedy world. Devine is best known as a co-creator, writer, and star of the hit Comedy Central show Workaholics.

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Devine starred opposite Zac Efron in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, a comedy based on the true story of brothers who attempted to find a wedding date by placing an ad on Craiglist and instead found themselves out-hustled by an uncontrollable duo. Additionally, Devine was recently seen in Universal"s Pitch Perfect 2, where he returned as Bumper Allen, leader of the all-male campus singing champions.

The list of the just-announced dates can be found below. Tickets for his shows are available for purchase Friday at 10 am local at




January 27

Las Vegas, NV

The Joint

January 28

Flagstaff, AZ

Audrey Auditorium

January 31

Dallas, TX

The Majestic Theatre

February 1

Houston, TX

Revention Music Center

February 2

New Orleans

Orpheum Theatre

February 3

Tampa, FL

Tampa Theatre

February 4

Miami Beach, FL

The Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater

February 7

Charleston, SC

Charleston Music Hall

February 8

Atlanta, GA


February 9

Charlottesville, VA

Paramount Theater

February 10

Columbus, OH

Capitol Theatre

February 11

Detroit, MI

The Fillmore Detroit

February 12

Bloomington, IL

Shirk Center (Illinois Wesleyan University)

February 14

Indianapolis, IN

Clowes Memorial Hall

February 15

Saint Louis, MO

The Pageant

February 16

Kirksville, MO

Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall

February 17

Madison, WI

Orpheum Theater

February 18

Des Moines, IA

Hoyt Sherman Place

February 22

Midwest City, OK

Rose State College- Hudiburg Chevrolet Theatre

February 23

Lawrence, KS

Lied Center

February 25

Salt Lake City, UT

Kingsbury Hall- University of Utah

February 28

Boise, ID

Egyptian Theatre

March 1

Spokane, WA

Bing Crosby Theater

March 2

Eugene, OR

McDonald Theatre

March 3

San Francisco, CA

The Masonic

March 4

Los Angeles, CA

The Wiltern

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