Rising Nickelodeon stars and siblings Nat and Alex Wolff are taking their Naked Brothers Band act on the road in November. The Fully Clothed & On Tour performances begin November 1 at State Pony in Ashbury Park, NJ, and continue through a December 14 gig at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, CA.
The 13-city trek includes a November 8-9 run at the Blender Theater at Grammercy in New York, NY, and a December 7 gig at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, MA. The pair also has several dates booked at House of Blues venues, including November 22 in Chicago, IL, and November 30 in New Orleans, LA.
According to a statement on the Wolff brothers’ official Web site, tickets for the first show in New York City sold out so quickly that they had to add the second show to accommodate the high demand. Public on-sales for the tour began September 20 and 27, with a limited number of VIP ticket packages available to fan club members.
“The Naked Brothers Band” is a mockumentary musical series on the Nickelodeon television network that began as a made-for-TV movie special in 2005. Now entering its third season, the series puts a comedic twist on the lives of Nat, age 13, and Alex, 10, as well as their real-life band, which they formed with friends in pre-school.
Unlike Miley Cyrus‘s wildly popular Disney series “Hannah Montana,” the show’s central actor-musicians appear as themselves with the exception of Nat Wolff’s fictional love interest Rosalina, played by actress Allie DiMeco. While the characters and band are real, the show hinges on the fictional plot point that the Naked Brothers Band is a world-famous act on par with The Beatles.
Nat & Alex Wolff itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)
|November 1||Asbury Park, NJ||Stone Pony|
|November 2||Westbury, NY||Capitol One Theater at Westbury|
|November 8 – 9||New York, NY||Blender Theater at Grammercy|
|November 15||Baltimore, MD||Ram’s Head Live!|
|November 16||Philadelphia, PA||Theater of the Living Arts|
|November 22||Chicago, IL||House of Blues|
|November 23||St. Paul, MN||Myth|
|November 28||Orlando, FL||House of Blues|
|November 30||New Orleans, LA||House of Blues|
|December 6||Washington, DC||Sixth & I Memorial Synagogue|
|December 7||Boston, MA||Berklee Performance Center|
|December 13||Anaheim, CA||House of Blues|
|December 14||West Hollywood, CA||The Roxy Theatre|