KROQ presents Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness 2015 – April 4th at the Shrine Auditorium – featuring Tenacious D, Gabriel Iglesias, Ralphie May, Jay Mohr, Adam Ray, Iliza Shlesinger, and Brad Williams. House music will once again be provided by Mike Relm.
UPDATE: Jonah Ray is no longer performing at Kevin & Bean’s April Foolishness. Our good friend Jay Mohr has been added to the lineup!
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 6th at 12:00pm via Ticketmaster.com and all participating Ticketmaster outlets.
Ticket Prices (plus service charges):
- “The Party Bus”* Section (includes premier seating, VIP parking, one hour reception with Kevin & Bean show, and a “Party Bus” T-shirt): $99.00
- Front Orchestra: $65.00
- Back Orchestra: $45.00
- Loge: $65.00
- Front Balcony: $65.00
- Mid Balcony: $45.00
- Back Balcony: $25.00
*Actual bus NOT included with Party Bus Section tickets. This is JUST the name of the section.
- Tickets must be purchased via credit card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
- Accessible ADA seating tickets go on sale at the same time.
- Tickets are available for purchase nationwide.
- How many tickets can I buy? 8 tickets.
- Can I pick where my seats are located? The Ticketmaster system puts out the best available seats at the moment of purchase.
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