Brian Regan Sprouts Another Leg

The second leg for comedian Brian Regan’s North American tour is longer than some artists’ global outings.  Tickets for many of the funny man’s 49 new dates go on sale this week.

Regan first appeared on “Late Show With David Letterman” back in 1995.  These days, the CBS night time host says “I’ll take all of that guy you got,” when talking about Regan, “Very funny man.”

And Letterman is still taking “all of that guy.” Regan recently made his 26th appearance on “The Late Show.”

Regan has been playing approximately 100 shows annually since 2005, reminding us what hard work and a well-honed sense of humor can accomplish in the 21st century.  Here’s the second leg:

June 19 – Coral Springs, Fla., Coral Springs Center For The Arts
June 20 – Tampa, Fla., David A. Straz Jr. Center For The Performing Arts
June 21 – Orlando, Fla., Bob Carr Perf. Arts Centre
June 22 – Fort Myers, Fla., Barbara B. Mann Perf. Arts Hall
June 26 – Midland, Mich., Midland Center For The Performing Arts (Matrix:Midland Festival)
June 27 – Gilford, N.H., Meadowbrook
June 28 – Hamilton, Ontario, Hamilton Place Theatre
June 29 – Kitchener, Ontario, Centre In The Square
July 17 – Beaver Creek, Colo., Vilar Performing Arts Center
July 18 – Colorado Springs, Colo., Pikes Peak Center
July 19 – Topeka, Kan., Topeka Performing Arts Center
July 20 – Lincoln, Neb., Rococo Theatre
Aug. 15 – Calgary, Alberta, Jack Singer Concert Hall
Aug. 16 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, TCU Place
Aug. 17 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Pantages Playhouse Theatre
Aug. 22 – Reno, Nev., Silver Legacy Resort Casino
Aug. 23 – Jacksonville, Ore., Britt Pavilion (Britt Festivals)
Aug. 24 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
Sept. 11 – Billings, Mont., Alberta Bair Theater
Sept. 12 – Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Sept. 13 – Seattle, Wash., Paramount Theatre
Sept. 26 – Niagara Falls, N.Y., Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel
Sept. 28 – Traverse City, Mich., City Opera House
Oct. 2 – Concord, N.H., Capitol Center For The Arts
Oct. 3 – Mashantucket, Conn., Foxwoods Resort Casino & MGM Grand At Foxwoods
Oct. 4 – Atlantic City, N.J., Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Event Ctr.
Oct. 5 – Reading, Pa., Santander Performing Arts Center
Oct. 16 – South Bend, Ind., Morris Performing Arts Center
Oct. 17 – Peoria, Ill., Peoria Civic Center Theater
Oct. 18 – Milwaukee, Wis., Riverside Theatre
Oct. 19 – Des Moines, Iowa, Hoyt Sherman Place
Oct. 23 – Memphis, Tenn., Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 24 – St. Louis, Mo., Peabody Opera House
Oct. 25 – Louisville, Ky., W.L. Lyons Brown Theatre
Oct. 26 – Springfield, Mo., Gillioz Theatre
Nov. 7 – Columbus, Ohio, Palace Theatre
Nov. 8 – Pittsburgh, PA  Heinz Hall For The Performing Arts
Nov. 9 – Roanoke, Va.,   Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre
Nov. 13 – Midland, Texas, Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
Nov. 14 – Amarillo, Texas, Globe News Center
Nov. 15 – Tulsa, Okla., Cox Business Center
Nov. 16 – Midwest City, Okla., Rose State Performing Arts Theatre
Dec. 5 – Santa Rosa, Calif., Wells Fargo Center For The Arts
Dec. 6 – Temecula, Calif., Pechanga Resort & Casino
Dec. 7 – Bakersfield, Calif., Fox Theater
Dec. 11 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Aronoff Center For The Arts
Dec. 12 – Chicago, Ill., Chicago Theatre
Dec. 13 – East Lansing, Mich., Wharton Center For Performing Arts
Dec. 14 – Indianapolis, Ind., Old National Centre
Dec. 31 – Phoenix, Ariz., Comerica Theatre

Shows scheduled for June 19-July 17  are already on sale.  General onsales for most dates begin April 25.  Head over to for more information.