Due to scheduling reasons, both the early and late Eric Andre shows at the Pantages Theatre on Friday, November 22 have been canceled. One new Eric Andre: Legalize Everything show has been rescheduled for Monday, November 11 at the Pantages Theatre.
Refunds will be issued automatically to all ticket holders who purchased using a credit card. Please note this should post to your account within the next seven to ten days. If you purchased tickets with cash, please request a refund in person at the State Theatre Box Office (805 Hennepin Avenue).
Tickets for the Monday, November 11 show will become available for purchase for guests who had previously purchased tickets. Current ticket holders will receive further information from their point of purchase.
Legalize Everything Tour
Eric Andre is the creator and host of Adult Swim’s hit series The Eric Andre Show, currently in production on its fifth season. This summer, Andre lends his voice to the hyena ‘Azizi’ in Disney’s re-imagining of The Lion King, from director Jon Favreau; he also stars in the upcoming comedy Bad Trip, which he produced and co-wrote with his director (Kitao Sakurai) from The Eric Andre Show.
With an already proven stand-up act, Andre decided to break into the world of late-night talk shows. But, of course, he brings his own flare to what is otherwise a very organized and predictable late-night routine. Unlike his counterparts, Jimmy Fallon or Conan O’Brien, Andre’s unrelenting and constantly over the top humor puts some of his guests on The Eric Andre Show into situations they never thought they would end up in. “The Eric Andre Show” is a live-action comedy television series that premiered in May 2012 on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.
Andre recently starred on FXX’s Man Seeking Woman for three seasons with Jay Baruchel. He was also a series regular on ABC’s Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23. Andre was recently seen on the big screen in Rough Night, with Scarlett Johansson and Kate McKinnon. His other film credits include Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, with Andy Samberg, and The Internship, with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.
David Gborie is a Los Angeles-based stand-up comic, actor and writer originally from Denver. David’s recent credits include AP Bio (NBC), New Negros (Comedy Central), Those Who Can’t (truTV), The Upside with Ian Karmel (Comedy Central Pilot) and Acting Out (MTV). David was selected as a New Face at the 2016 Just For Laughs Festival and one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch for the 2015 New York Comedy Festival. He has also appeared at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Indie Fest, Denver’s Too Much Funstival and the SF Punchline, among others. David has previously written for F-Comedy (Fusion’s digital platform) and Ian Karmel’s Comedy Central sports pilot. He currently co-hosts the podcast All Fantasy Everything alongside Ian Karmel, which is available on iTunes, and is the voice of Comedy Central. In 2019, David recorded his first stand-up special for Comedy Central which is slated to premiere in November.