Charlie Sheen Is Bringing His Tour to South Florida
If you want to see a sad former(?) drug addict ramble about bizarre delusions of grandeur, you can do it for free on many of South Florida's street corners. Or you can shell out $61 to $102 to see one at the BankAtlantic Center in April. That's right -- Charlie Sheen is bringing My Violent Torpedo of Truth live show to Sunrise on the 23rd.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Sheen is also offering special meet-and-greet packages throughout the tour, in case you want to see that hot mess up close. Warning: He sold out Radio City Music Hall in less than 30 minutes, so tickets might go fast.
The Sheen tour kicks off April 2 in Detriot, and frankly no one knows what in hell he is actually going to do. Probably just indulge himself by complaining about Two and Half Men, yell "Winning!" at random times, and maybe, let's hope, drink live tiger blood onstage.
We're not sure why anyone would want to see this show, and we'll be surprised if he makes it through all the tour dates and shows up in Sunrise without some sort of breakdown.
Really, we'd rather just save our money for Rebecca Black's eventual mall tour.
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