Just a few more days before our live show at the Fillmore Miami Beach! Grab tickets for the 2/01 show here.
The residents of San Francisco would be OVERJOYED to have RadioLab perform in town. I would just hope to even get a ticket in time!
Thanks for your consideration, Katie
Please come to Portland Oregon! I really love radio lab!!
Please bring "In the Dark" to the Washington, DC metro area !! We could SO SO use a break in the usual inside-the-beltway action here!
Thank you for coming to Miami!! Miami doesn't always get interesting and wonderful shows like yours. It was wonderful! Please come again!!
Another vote for Portland Oregon. Love your show.Very thought provoking on any matter you happen to touch on.
Portland, OR adores you!! I have yet to mention your show to someone here and get any response besides, "I KNOW, i love them." Please come!
I wondered how a radio show would translate to a live performance (involving a comedian, a dance troupe, and a live band). The answer is the show was a multi-course feast for the senses! Radiolab fans book your flights now to make it to the Salt Lake City show in April (or plead with Jad and Robert to bring the show to your town). Some of the material discussed in "In the Dark" will likely make it to a podcast sometime in the future but don't miss a chance to see/hear it live - you'll regret it if you do.
I really enjoyed "In the Dark" last night! I was one of the ticket winners. My seats were great and the show couldn't have been better. The music, the comedy, Pilobilus, and of course Jad & Robert were awesome. Thank you!!
YES!!! Miami!!!IT WAS TOTALLY AMAZING, PACKED and there are LOTS and LOTS of PEOPLE here in Miami that are interesting, cultivated souls that appreciate these wonderful RADIOLAB programs.THANKS FOR COMING!!! IT WAS GREAT! Dimitri, Jad and Robert!!! THANKS!!! PILOBILUS! THANKS!!!!
Ditto to Denver. You'll get some mile high ratings...
No way. Go the other way to Portland, Maine. The original Portland I might add.
Portland! Yes, Portland seems like the best plan.
You'll have a poster taken care of in Chicago too!
Yes, please do come do a show in Portland, OR, or Seattle, WA. We are huge fans here and it's very dark this time of year already, so your show would be a perfect fit here.
Asheville, NC puuuuuullllease!
please, Please, PLEASE come to Austin, Tx... (please?)
Come to PHILLY! The Kimmel center is beautiful and would be perfect for you!
Please come to Austin, Texas. We love you!!!!!
please come to seattle! we would all love it (all of us!)!
Los Angeles Pretty Please!
COME TO CHICAGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Come to Toronto!
Come to Boston!!
LOS ANGELES Puuuhlease!
Come to Chicago!!!
Come to Atlanta! Or, better yet, Birmingham!
Come to Charlotte!
Come to Chicago!
Santa Monica...LA in general. Get over here! Get here now...in the most kind non-mandate, mandate way I can express...
Bring it to London, here in Great Britain. Many British contributors over the years, and many podcasters here. Uou'd get a great (and probably very different) crowd
Please come to the Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn. Why? The acoustics are perfect. For folks who so obviously enjoy sound as a thing, playing the Bijou will be as much a treat for you as it is for the audience.
Please could you consider Minneapolis MNn im only 13 but id really apreciate it if you did it here im a huge fan
Consider Bloomington, Indiana! Rolling hills! College things! Swimming in abandoned quarries!
come to the west coast, yo! Olympia specifically or portland or seattle.
Jad and Robert, you guys have an amazing show. Please bring it to St. Louis. I'll design a poster for you.
And thanks for all you do.
The midwest needs you, please come to Chicago!
This is such an exciting show, I can't wait to see where you guys end up going with it. It would be amazing if you came to Seattle, but I'd settle for Portland, OR!
Pittsburgh loves Radiolab!
It would be really cool if you came to Minneapolis. I think the Guthrie Theater would be an excellent venue http://www.guthrietheater.org/
It would be a dream come true if you guys came to Philadelphia. Come get the love!!
Hi guys! Please come to Jacksonville, FL pretty please w/ sugar on top :) We just picked up RadioLab recently on our local NPR station. Would love to have you guys visit & enjoy our awesome city :)
Come to Denver!
Please please please please please!!!! come to Philadelphia (it's like the fifth borough anyway, everyone knows Staten Island doesn't count!)So just come to Philly!
PLEASE COME TO SAN FRANCISCO/THE BAY AREA! My professor of my Basic Issues in Cognition lecture at Berkeley recommended your podcast to my class and I've been listening to all of your podcasts. You have a pretty large following here in the Bay Area and we would love to see you!
Come to Richmond, Kentucky! The new EKU Center for Performing Arts.
Philadelphia! It's conveniently halfway between NYC and DC, and I know lots of Radiolab and Demitri Martin lovers here.
Please Please come to San Francisco! We all love you out here and we want to have our brains warped by your intellectual and auditory magic!
I would definitely make it out if the show came to Atlanta, GA!
Come to Oklahoma City! The NPR listening population here is (often) starved of quality live shows and I know you guys would have a good turn out and raucous crowd!
Please come to Savannah, GA. It is incredibly beautiful here. We have a beach, marshes, wildlife, beautiful parks, historic neighborhoods, live oaks, art museums, and a lively downtown area. And my boyfriend and I really, really want to see you guys! But we'll only be able to go if it's on a weekend because we have school and work. Weekends work out much better than weekdays!
Savannah, GA, please!!!! Savannah is a beautiful city, and you guys would love it. There are lots of beautiful old buildings, historic squares, beautiful parks, awesome wildlife on nearby islands...(yes that means there's a beach! And a gorgeous one, too!) So it would be great for EVERYONE!!! Okay I sound kinda nuts now, but maybe it's because I'M NUTS FOR RADIOLAB!!! Really anywhere in the South would be great. I'll drive to see it-- I'd be willing to drive at least 5 hours. One other request: could you schedule it at another time besides the beginning of the week? My boyfriend and I couldn't make this one because our work and school schedules wouldn't allow it. Weekends would be soooooooo much better! Thanks!
New York City!!!
Come to Sydney, Australia!It will be a fun trip, plus if Ira Glass can sell out a talk in one hour i'm sure you guys will be fine ;)
Denver baby, Denver! (please :)
We have a brand new renovation just completed of the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, CO. Please bring the show to our wonderful city.
Denver, Denver, Denver!
PLEASE COME TO DENVER!!!!
Boston! Or anywhere in New England really!
Please come to Berkeley, California, or San Francisco!! Come to NYC or NJ too!!
Fort Collins, CO would love to have you and I don't doubt you could sell out at the Lincoln Center in town.
Please come to Madison, WI! Most likely you would perform the show at the Overture Center. It would be AMAZING if you came to WI!
Los Angeles, CA would love to have you. Please visit us! As an incentive, the weather here is lovely :)
I know literally one ton of people who will go to this in Atlanta.
Please come hit up D.C., guys! The people need to hear you!
We'd love to see this show in Atlanta!
I live in Miami and just moved from Portland OR. I'm not sure why you are coming to this place (because it is a terrible fit), but I'm glad that you are. I mean there's so many other places that would be better. Many of the places that people mentioned would draw more people. Salt Lake and Miami? I'm curious how those places were chosen.
Bring the show to the San Francisco Bay Area, either to SF or the East Bay (Zellerbach Hall at UC Berkeley has a very nice performance space).
>ANN ARBOR MI< Please please please!
this made me smile a lot. you guys are awesome. :D
come to Pittsburgh, PA!!
come to jersey! ... or somewhere nearby, if that's more palatable.
I would love it if you guys could come up to Vancouver, BC!
Bring Radiolab to Louisville, Kentucky!
Minneapolis loves the Radiolab! If you bring the show, we will come!!!!
Los Angeles needs you, Radiolab Live.
Denver loves the Radiolab! If you bring the show, we will come.
I am a student at UC Berkeley and attended the show at Berkeley. Loved it. Please bring the show to my home, Atlanta, GA.
Please Please, come to Portland, OR.
Please come to Philadelphia! Love the show.
I'll second that... I'd love to see a live show with you guys here in Minneapolis.
It's a long shot, I'm sure, but would love to see you come to Minneapolis. A Chicago show would be easy to make. Love the podcast, though, so I'm already looking at taking a trip to Salt Lake City.
I agree with Justin!! Come to Atlanta!!
Please bring the show to Toronto!!
If you were to go to Portland, you could pop on over to Seattle? That would be so lovely!
Fort worth texas. Would be awesome . The bass hall could be the venue
Stop by Atlanta sometime in the future.
I agree with Liz #RadioLabSF
If you were to bring the show to Ottawa, Toronto or Kingston Ontario, then I would probably go.
Come to San Francisco. I would be so stoked.
When I heard that Radiolab, Thao, and Dmitri Martin would be collaborating on a live touring show, I nearly lost control of my vehicle and swerved into a man on a fixed gear bicycle. Please keep other bike commuters in Portland safe by bringing your show to our fair city.
Please come to Portland, OR. Love the show!!
Ah! I live in Miami and my friends would absolutely LOVE to go to one of your show but they're on a weeknight! forever weeping! I hope you come back
Please do come to Portland, OR. Everyone in my office, myself included, love your show!!
Please bring this show to Dallas!!!!!
Please come do a show in Portland, OR! I am a huge fan and it would be amazing to see the show live :)
Bring this show to Boston! Please and thank you.
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