CLEVELAND — Dude Perfect is coming to Cleveland.
On Tuesday, the group of YouTube stars announced its "2023 Dude Perfect Panda-Monium Tour." The 24-city tour will take place next summer and includes a stop at Cleveland's Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on Sunday, July 9.
American Express and Ticketmaster presales will begin on Wednesday, December 7, with tickets going on sale to the general public on Friday, December 9 at 10:00 a.m. at RocketMortgageFieldHouse.com. Those interested in taking part in the presale can sign up now at dudeperfect.com
Dude Perfect, which consists of YouTube sensations Tyler Toney, Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert and twins Coby and Cory Cotton, hosted several sold out events during its tour this past summer. The "That's Happy Tour" was recently nominated for Pollstar Family Event Tour of the Year.
Dude Perfect has seen its profile rise in recent months, as the group has hosted its own simulcast as a part of Amazon’s Thursday Night Football broadcast. In September, Dude Perfect announced plans for a new Dude Perfect fan destination and headquarters, which will include a 330-foot trick shot tower.
According to a release, the "2023 Dude Perfect Panda-Monium Tour" will see "the Dudes will bring their laugh-out-loud antics to the stage and compete in crazy, trick-shot themed battles. The tour will feature some of the most popular segments from their award-winning 'Overtime' series like Cool Not Cool and Wheel Unfortunate with Ned Forrester, and new fan-favorite segments like Get Crafty and Top 10 are in the works as well."
“We can’t wait to get back on the road and see your smiling faces for our brand-new 2023 Pandamonium tour! We have some awesome new surprises in store for this tour and we can't wait to meet you all in person,” Coby Cotton said in a release.
Added Tyler Toney: “We are PUMPED to roll out a brand-new tour! The 2023 Dude Perfect Pandamonium Tour will include fan favorites like Wheel Unfortunate with Ned Forrester, Cool Not Cool, crazy stunts and all-new battles! Who knows, Coby may even pull out a win here or there (but probably not).”