If you want to see Amy Poehler and Tina Fey on tour this year, you better say your prayers and open up your wallet, this tour is way hottest than anticipated. 

Three years ago, we were on the brink of something none of us had ever experienced and hopefully will never have to again, being forced to stay home away from our friends and family in lockdown.

Not only were we unable to meet our best friend at Starbucks for coffee, we also were basically banned from LIVE entertainment.

No concerts, no plays, no festivals and no comedy shows.

Three years later, it is VERY clear that we are all taking advantage of the fact that our favorite performers are hitting the stage again.

First it was Taylor Swift fans storming the Ticketmaster website so hard the site shut down and the tickets were sold out during presale... and now it's comedy lovers vying for a chance to see their favorite SNL ladies, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in Chicago this May.

Presale tickets went on sale at 10am this morning (Wednesday, February, 15) for Tina and Amy's 'Restless Leg Tour' which is making a stop in Chicago in May.

Within 30 minutes of the tickets being on sale, the Chicago Theatre was almost sold out. So much so that they decided to stay in Chicago for one more night and added a second show, Sunday May 21. 

General sale for both shows starts Thursday February, 16 at 10am.

For about one minute I made it in to look at tickets and the cheapest seats I saw were $259, so get ready to throw out some cash to see these ladies.

Get this... as I'm typing this story, it looks like there's a THIRD show added for Chicago, at the Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, Friday May 19. 

But Ticketmaster is saying those tickets won't go on sale until 5 pm, tomorrow, which is pretty strange. Let me know if you hear anything else!

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