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Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally Bring Their Raunchy Road Show to Town

Plus, Sufjan Stevens adds a second show at the Paramount Theatre.

By Seth Sommerfeld February 10, 2015

Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman: A potent dynamic duo.

In Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson, Nick Offerman (and the show's writers) have crafted an iconic comedic alpha male against which all other characters shall be judged. But Offerman isn't going to rest on his laurels once the show's final season concludes later this month. Instead, he and his comedic dynamo of a wife—Megan Mullally (Will and Grace)—will travel the country with a comedic and musical roadshow. The not-so-subtly titled Summer of 69: No Apostrophe tour is sure to feature plenty of uproarious laughter and some decent music chops (they were a hoot in the comedy tent at Sasquatch! Festival 2013). Offerman and Mullaly head to Seattle on Friday, May 1 for a show at the Moore Theatre.

Tickets for Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally's Summer of 69 tour at the Moore go on sale this Friday, February 13 at 10am via stgpresents.org. The tickets cost $40.

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally: Summer of 69
May 1 at 7, Moore Theatre, $40

Sufjan Stevens returns with new music on Carrie and Lowell.

Five years since the release of The Age of Adz, eclectic indie folkster Sufjan Stevens is ready to make his full-length return with Carrie and Lowell (out March 31). From all indications, the album looks to return to the folky singer-songwriter roots that earned him acclaim on Illinois and Greetings from Michigan: The Great Lakes State. A new album also means a new tour, and after a booking a June 10 date at the Paramount Theatre and having it nearly sell out in short order, Stevens has added a second show on the following night.

Tickets for Sufjan Stevens's June 11 concert at the Paramount go on sale this Friday, February 13 at 10am via stgpresents.org. A limited number of seats for the June 10 are still available and on sale now. All seats are $36.

Sufjan Stevens
June 10 & 11 at 8, Paramount Theatre, $36

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