Alton Brown will be performing on Jan. 29 at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater (ACL Live)
in Austin, TX, Jan. 31 at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland in Kansas City, MO, Feb. 1 at The Fabulous Fox Theatre in Saint
Louis, MO, Feb. 3 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver, CO, Feb. 7 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN, Feb. 8
at the Oriental Theater in Chicago, IL, Feb. 12 at The Grand Opera House in Wilmington, DE, Feb. 13 at Proctor's Theatre in
Schenectady, NY, Feb. 14 at The Bushnell in Hartford, CT, Feb. 15 at the Hanover Theatre in Worcester, MA, Feb. 16 at the
Oncenter Complex in Syracuse, NY, Feb. 18 at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, Feb. 19 at the Pullo Center in York,
PA, Feb. 21 at the Providence Performing Arts Center in Providence, RI, Feb. 22 at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the
Lyric in Baltimore, MD, Feb. 23 at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA, Feb. 24 at Blumenthal PAC in Charlotte, NC, Feb.
25 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in Charleston, SC, Feb. 27 at the Durham Performing Arts Center in Durham,
NC, Feb. 28 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA, Mar. 1 at the Straz Center at Morsani Hall in Tampa, FL, and Mar. 2 at the
Van Wezel Performing Arts Center in Sarasota, FL.
Alton Brown is an award-winning chef,
author, and TV personality, and he's itching to take the stage once again with his fine culinary prowess. His quirky jokes
and winning charisma has won him millions of fans over the years. He has displayed his amazing talents on his show Good Eats
and served as the witty host of the show Iron Chef America. This year, he's touring across the country to enlighten viewers
about the science behind scrumptious food in his very own one-man show. Bring a few of your friends along for a show full
of delicious eats, fun, and laughter! Hurry and book your seats early, because tickets for this delightful show are sure to
go fast. Head right over to StubHub to book your seats with just a click of a button!
Alton's show Good Eats was nominated for the Best T.V. Food Journalism Award by the James Beard Foundation in 2000. The show
also received a Peabody Award in 2006.
Alton Brown is best-known as the creator and host of
the Food Network TV show Good Eats and the mini-series Feasting on Asphalt and Feasting on Waves. In addition, he is the author
of numerous books on his cooking techniques. Along with his knowledge and enthusiasm about the science of cooking, he also
displays a biting sense of humor on his TV shows. He was named "Cooking Teacher of the Year" by Bon Appétit magazine
in 2004. Atlanta magazine named him "Best Food Guru" in 2005. In 2011, he was honored with the James Beard Award for Best
TV Food Personality.
In October 2013, Alton kicked off a tour called "Alton Brown Live: The Edible Inevitable Tour,"
his first nationwide tour that stopped at 45 cities through March 2014. The show consists of stand-up comedy, talk show antics,
a multimedia lecture, live music, and several food experiments.
Born in Los Angeles, Alton spent his childhood in the
Boy Scouts. He went on to earn a BA in drama from the University of Georgia, and from there kicked off his career in cinematography
and film production. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he used his cinematography skills to film a string of music videos,
such as "The One I Love" by R.E.M.
Alton Brown credits his mother and grandmother for helping him develop his culinary
talents, and has said that he used these skills to get dates with girls in college. As soon as he entered adulthood, Alton
spent nearly 10 years working as a cinematographer and video director, but soon left the film business to rekindle his passion
for cooking. He had seen many cooking shows on TV over the years, which he found to be boring and uninformative, and was convinced
that he could produce a much better, more entertaining cooking show. He relocated to Vermont to train at the New England Culinary
Institute in Montpelier, and graduated in 1997. From there, Brown quickly began learning the underlying scientific processes
of cooking. The pilot episode for Good Eats aired in July 1998 on the TV station WTTW in Chicago, Illinois. In July 1999,
the Food Network picked up the show. Good Eats lasted 14 seasons before it was cancelled in May 2011.
has written books such as I'm Just Here for the Food: Food + Heat = Cooking (2002), Alton Brown's Gear for Your Kitchen (2003),
I'm Just Here for the Food: Kitchen User's Manual (2003), I'm Just Here for the Food: Cook's Notes (2003), I'm Just Here for
More Food: Food × Mixing + Heat = Baking (2004), and I'm Just Here for the Food: Version 2.0 (2006), among others.