Brain Candy Live! Adam Savage And Michael Stevens Is May 3

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Brain Candy Live! Adam Savage & Michael Stevens is coming to the Tivoli Theatre on Thursday, May 3.  Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m.  

Tickets are $125 VIP, $75, $49 and $39 plus applicable fees and are available at all Ticketmaster Outlets, Tivoli Theatre Box Office or by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. 

Review for Brain Candy Live! Adam Savage & Michael Stevens: 

It’s what your mind is hungry for…Adam Savage, one of television's most loved personalities, has joined forces with Michael Stevens, one of YouTube's biggest stars and they're coming to a theater near you. They’re bringing along their crazy toys, incredible tools and mind-blowing demonstrations for a celebration of curiosity that’s an interactive, hands-on, minds-on theatrical experience like no other. 

Savage and Stevens can’t wait to unleash their collective sense of wonder, curiosity and fun and they’re inviting you and your friends and family to join-in and get your minds messy. Adam and Michael’s Brain Candy Live experience is like a two-hour play date with Walt Disney, Willy Wonka and Albert Einstein.  

Smart is the new superpower and two of this planet's most entertaining everyday heroes are coming to your town to rescue you and your family from boredom. Join them as they use their secret recipe of fun, surprise, excitement (and just a pinch of danger) to cook-up and deliver a giant batch of magical Brain Candy to every mind in the audience.



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