Win tickets: Cheech and Chong with War

Win tickets: Cheech and Chong with War

The Summer stage at Tag’s
Up In Smoke with Cheech & Chong & War
Saturday, August 02, 2014 8:00pm

We’ll have tickets to win all week long! Listen to Classic Mornings, 6a-10a with Kat for your chance to win a pair of tickets.

This tour promises to be the smokiest night of the year featuring all of your favorite WAR hits and all of Cheech & Chong’s outrageous and hilarious comedy as well as their hit records.

The UP IN SMOKE TOUR is a complete integration of WARs timeless catalogue and Cheech & Chong’s no authority brand of comedy and music. The party begins with WAR playing hit after hit such as “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “Low Rider” and “Cisco Kid.” The show progresses to a combination of Cheech & Chong’s famous songs (backed up by WAR) like “Earache My Eye,” “Basketball Jones” and “Mexican Americans” and some of their most iconic comedic skits like “Dave’s Not Here,” “Santa Clause and His Magic Dust” and “Sister Mary Elephant.” Seeing WAR with Cheech & Chong jamming together on the same stage has been described as a genius night of music and comedy.

Tickets are GA – $25.00 – Reserved – $54.50 & Gold Circle $75.00. For more information or to purchase tickets visit Tag’s Tickets.

 

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