Like a 'rock star' Tucker Carlson is heading out on tour and is bringing the show to Michigan.

Tucker Carlson, renowned for his bold commentary and unique perspectives, is taking his show on the road, and this tour promises to deliver the same thought-provoking discussions and engaging entertainment that fans love. Whether you're a longtime viewer or new to his show, this live event offers a rare opportunity to see Tucker in action, up close and personal.

Carlson's 15-city tour will find him interviewing different guests at each stop including his stop in Michigan at Andel Arena in downtown Grand Rapids.

"Going into the presidential election this fall, the United States is going to be one intense place. Join Tucker Carlson and friends from coast to coast as he hits the road for his first live tour. Tucker will be joined on stage by some of the most fascinating and recognizable guests, responding to everything that is happening in real-time", the announcement said. 

On the tour, Carlson will be joined by special guests from Russell Brand, Megyn Kelly,  Roseanne Barr, and Donald Trump Jr. to name a few, but for his Grand Rapids stop, he's bringing the vibe home. Carlson will be joined by Michigan's own Kid Rock when he takes the stage at Van Andel.

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When Does the Tucker Carlson Tour Stop in Michigan?

Tucker Carlson Live will take over Van Andel Arena on September 20th and starts at 7:00 pm Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, June 14th at 10:00 am. Tickets can be purchased at the box office or online at There is an 8-ticket limit for every order.

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