Mick Foley — Twenty Years of Hell Tour
Direct Ticket Link: bit.ly/0628mickfoley
[reduced capacity, partially seated show]
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$25.00 adv/dos, $75 VIP [includes Pre-Show Meet and Greet from 6pm to 7:15pm with 1-Photo Op & Autograph and first pick of General Admission limited seating before doors open to the public at 7:30]
or at all Opus One Productions Ticket Outlets — Dave's Music Mine, Sound Cat Records, Brighton Music Center, and the Mr. Smalls Daytime Box Office
Climb on board the “TWENTY YEARS OF HELL” tour for a thrill ride TWENTY YEARS in the making — as Mick Foley, professional wrestling’s hardcore legend, takes audiences along for an in-depth look at the most famous match of his hall-of-fame career — and perhaps, the most talked about match in sports-entertainment history. With his trademark blend of wit and wisdom, wildness and warmth that shot two of his memoirs to the top of The New York Times best-seller list, Foley will use every tool in his arsenal — dozens of classic promos, hundreds of hours onstage, thousands of matches, and almost a MILLION published words — to weave a spell-binding web of stories, designed to take fans along on a journey back to June 28, 1998 — the night of the infamous “Hell in a Cell” match. It was the night that Foley somehow survived two spine rattling falls off of, and through the ominous Cell structure, shrugged off a stint of unconsciousness, and finished the match with a front tooth lodged in his nose. Finding humor in the most unlikely of places, “TWENTY YEARS OF HELL” brings the laughs, but is much more than just a comedic one-man show. He will make you feel like you are there…RIGHT THERE — in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, watching history write itself. By equal turns laugh out loud funny, stunningly surreal and heart wrenchingly real, “TWENTY YEARS OF HELL” is a once in a lifetime chance to hear wrestling’s finest story-teller talking about the night he walked down an aisle a wrestler, and walked away a legend.
Each show begins with Mick’s recollections of wrestling in the town he is performing in and will conclude with a candid 30-45 minute Q&A where all subjects are fair game.