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The kitchen doesn't seem so cutthroat until you add leather jackets. Photo via Alton Brown/Facebook

The longtime Food Network host, bringer of Good Eats and custodian of a Cutthroat Kitchen, Alton Brown hits the road again with his Eat Your Science tour. Brown, whose favorite medium of communication is agruably the humble sticky note, knows how to put on a show. His previous tour, Edible Inevitable, was a successful display of anecdotes plus comedy plus multimedia presentions plus puppetry. This time around Eat Your Science  will have all this and more, scaling up with singing numbers by Brown, live food experiments that require doning a poncho, and, sweet mother, more puppets.

The TV personality, podcast host, and cookbook author will make a Seattle stop come March 2017, and tickets for the food-focused variety show go on sale tomorrow, August 11.

In related news, Brown will swing by Seattle this fall to promote his new cookbook, Alton Brown: EveryDayCook. He’ll be at the University Bookstore in the U District for a book talk and signing on October 10 at 7pm. Tickets include admission and copy of Brown’s book.

And to creepily track Brown’s eating habits while he’s in Seattle, he does a fine job documenting it all on his Instagram. 

Tickets go on sale Thursday, August 11 at 10am via STG Presents. Prices start around $35, while a VIP experience (primo seating and special merch) will run you $165.

Alton Brown’s Eat Your Science Tour
March 25, 2017 at 8pm, The Paramount Theatre, $34.75–$65.75


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