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Charlie Sheen announces stop in Columbus

There’s about to be a lot more winning in Columbus.

Charlie Sheen announced Monday that his tour, titled “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show,” will be expanding and stopping at the Palace Theater April 6.

Sheen tweeted the announcement Monday.

“#Torpedo; More shows added! Cleveland, Columbus, NYC, Connecticut, Boston. On Sale Thursday,” he tweeted.

Those four stops are added to Detroit and Chicago, the only other cities previously scheduled for the tour. Tickets for those shows sold out in just 18 minutes last week.

It should come as no surprise Sheen is stopping in Ohio. Sheen played a Cleveland Indian in the 1989 film “Major League” and has frequently posted photos of himself on Twitter wearing Indians memorabilia.

Sheen’s tour will kick off April 2 in Detroit and conclude in Boston on April 12.

Details about the tour are limited, apart from a vague description at Ticketmaster.com that says, “This IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock.”

 

Sheen was fired from the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men” last week. He’s currently suing the network for $100 million.


Tickets for the Columbus show go on sale Thursday at Ticketmaster.com. Prices will range from $47 to $77. 

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