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Nick Offerman Is Bringing His Latest Live Show to Australia in 2019

The 'Parks and Recreation' star heads Down Under for the first time since 2016.
By Sarah Ward
February 02, 2019
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Nick Offerman Is Bringing His Latest Live Show to Australia in 2019

The 'Parks and Recreation' star heads Down Under for the first time since 2016.
By Sarah Ward
February 02, 2019
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Get the bacon and whisky ready, and start making your own canoe — Nick Offerman is coming to Australia in mid-2019.

After last venturing to our shores in 2016, the Parks and Recreation star is headed back for with his all new All Rise show. Yes, Ron effing Swanson will be in the country again from June 2–21.

All Rise sees Offerman do what he does best, other than star in beloved sitcoms and whip up items in his woodshop. Here, here'll be comedically contemplating life in a show that's described as "an evening of deliberative talking and light dance". If you've just started thinking about drunk Ron Swanson letting loose, that's understandable; however expect plenty of witty, reflective chatter as well.

It's been a big few years for the actor and comedian, with Offerman popping up in everything from Fargo, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Curb Your Enthusiasm to The Founder, Hearts Beat Loud and the forthcoming The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part  since Parks and Rec ended.

If you're a dedicated fan of not only Offerman, but his wife Megan Mullally, you might've noticed that his tour of Australia coincides with hers. With her band Nancy and Beth, Mullally is hitting up a spate of venues across the country between June 6–19, typically within days of Offerman's stops in each city.

ALL RISE DATES

June 2 — Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
June 5 — Crown Theatre, Perth
June 8 — Palais Theatre, Melbourne
June 12 — Canberra Theatre, Canberra
June 14 — Wrest Point Casino, Hobart
June 18 — State Theatre, Sydney
June 21 — QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane

Tickets go on sale at 2pm on Thursday, February 7, via Live Nation.

Published on February 02, 2019 by Sarah Ward

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