Anthony Bourdain once filmed an episode of his old Travel Channel show The Layover in Atlanta, and the salty chef-turned-globetrotting TV star is coming back for a stop on his "Close to the Bone" tour. Bourdain will take the stage at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, July 11. Atlanta is one of five Southern dates on the 10-city production.
The tour claims to offer "audiences an all new live show featuring an unyielding, brutally honest monologue reflecting on diverse culture, street cuisine and his travels to lesser-known locations around the world, followed by an open Q-and-A session," according to a release. So, it sounds like a live, extended version of Bourdain's various travel programs.
Tickets, which go on sale Friday, April 17, don't come cheap. After service fees, a spot up in the gallery costs $70.60, and a good seat in the front orchestra runs $102.40.
Bourdain is currently filming the fifth season of his CNN series Parts Unknown, which returns on Sunday, April 26. For those who consider themselves Anthony Bourdain super-fans, Eater National has the complete list of tour dates.