Cheech & Chong are touring in 2012! Join the duo as they joke about the culture of the 1970s by getting Cheech & Chong tickets for a show near you. Check out the schedule below, buy your tickets, and then enjoy the show.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Oct 24, 2015
|Cheech & Chong||Huntington, NY|
Paramount Theatre - Huntington
Nov 12, 2015
|Cheech and Chong & War||Cedar Park, TX|
Cedar Park Center
Dec 28, 2015
|Cheech & Chong||Reno, NV|
Silver Legacy Casino
Jan 29, 2016
|Cheech & Chong||Calgary, Canada|
Grey Eagle Resort & Casino
The comedy duo of Cheech & Chong are back with a new tour! The next leg of the Get It Legal Tour will see the two bring their brand of drug culture, hippie, and free-love humor to a couple shows in 2012. Cheech & Chong fans have the opportunity to get tickets for the upcoming dates. Shop with TicketNetwork, and find great Cheech & Chong tickets. Don't delay; buy your Cheech & Chong tour tickets at TicketNetwork today!
Cheech & Chong are a comedy duo consisting of Richard "Cheech" Marin and Tommy Chong, whose act is based on the drug culture and hippie movements of the 1970s. During the height of their popularity in that decade, Cheech and Chong released nine albums of their comedy work, starred in ten films, and sold thousands of tickets to live shows.
After the release of the album Get Out of My Room in 1985, Cheech and Chong went their separate ways, citing creative differences. Chong largely continued on with a standup career, though he had a recurring role as Leo in That 70s Show, and guest appearances in several other TV shows and movies. Marin, on the other hand, re-focused his time on movies and television. He starred as Inspector Joe Dominguez in Nash Bridges and has had a recurring role as David Reyes, the father of Hurley in Lost. He has also done voice acting work, providing voices for such roles as Banzai the Hyena in The Lion King, and Ramone in Cars. Like Chong, he has guest starred or had cameos in many other movies and television shoes.
In 2003, Cheech and Chong were planning to rejoin forces in a new movie, when Tommy Chong was prosecuted for distributing drug paraphernalia and served nine months in prison. After his release, planning for the movie resumed, but it was ultimately canceled. In late 2008, the duo finally came back together for their Light It Up Tour, their first new tour in 25 years. Light It Up was a tremendous success, and the two capitalized on their resurgence in popularity with their Get It Legal Tour.