PHOENIX — Fans may want to pack their wigs and cashmere sweaters -- and practice their "Ew, David!"s -- because the cast of Pop TV's and Netflix's "Schitt's Creek" have launched a farewell tour, and, it includes a stop in Phoenix.
The tour will feature Eugene Levy and Daniel Levy, the real-life father and son duo who play father and son, Johnny Rose and David Rose, respectively, in the show (they are also the creators of the show),
"Using clips, behind-the-scenes footage, stories from cast members, and some special surprises, fans will have a chance to engage with the actors and creators of the series," a news release said about the show.
The tour will visit Arizona Federal Theatre on May 2, 2020.
Tickets range between $38.50 - $153, according to a spokesperson for Live Nation Phoenix. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, March 6 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster.com.
The show tells the story of the Rose Family, a wealthy family who suddenly finds themselves broke and having to live at a motel in Schitt's Creek, a small town they once bought at a joke, and the adjustments -- or lack thereof -- that follow.