Food Network Star, Alton Brown Appears at the Fox Theatre

. May 1, 2016.
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Sporting a colorful bowtie and glasses, Food Network star and fashionista Alton Brown always looks the part of a mad scientist in the kitchen. Now, as part of the Eat Your Science Live Tour, he’s more than playing the part. Brown will treat audience members with comedic routines, showcasing exciting (and possibly dangerous) experiments with food. Dress for a mess; audience members sitting up close will be provided with ponchos, just in case some experiments go haywire!

 

Friday, May 6 | 8pm | $35-$100
Fox Theatre | 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit
313-471-3200 | Altonbrowntour.com

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