Comedian Conan O’Brien may have lost his coveted spot as host of “The Tonight Show” on NBC, but the funnyman still hopes to perform...

Comedian Conan O’Brien may have lost his coveted spot as host of “The Tonight Show” on NBC, but the funnyman still hopes to perform for audiences across North America. Skirting a clause in his parting agreement with the network that keeps him off television until after September 1, O’Brien has confirmed a 30-city spring tour that will keep him on the road from April through June.

The Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour launches April 12 at Hult Center for the Performing Arts in Eugene, OR, and concludes with a June 14 event at Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA. One major stop for O’Brien is a June 11 slot on the comedy line-up for this year’s Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, TN.

The itinerary also includes two-night stands on April 13-14 at Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver, BC; May 19-20 at Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL; and June 1-2 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY. Second nights were added in those cities and four others (Seattle, San Francisco, Universal City, and Boston) due to high demand.

O’Brien announced the additional event dates via his official Twitter account, joking that he would “be doing all Liza Minelli songs” for the second dates in New York and Chicago, and that the second Boston date was added so his parents and one of his brothers could attend.

In a later tweet, O’Brien noted, “Good news: Just added second shows in San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, and LA. Bad news: Still no show in Guam.”

The tour was officially announced today, March 11, after much speculation and increasing hype about a potential tour. Public ticket onsales also began today, and more information is available on the official Team Coco Web site.

Several media outlets tracked the sudden appearance and disappearance of Conan O’Brien itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

April 12Eugene, ORHult Center For the Performing Arts
April 13 – 14Vancouver, BCOrpheum Theatre
April 16Spokane, WAINB Performing Arts Center
April 17Enoch, ABRiver Cree Resort & Casino
April 18 – 19Seattle, WAMarion Oliver McCaw Hall
April 22 – 23San Francisco, CANob Hill Masonic Center
April 24 – 25Universal City, CAGibson Amphitheater
April 29San Diego, CASan Diego Civic Theatre
April 30Phoenix, AZDodge Theatre
May 1Las Vegas, NVThe Pearl Concert Theatre
May 4Reno, NVGrand Sierra Resort & Casino
May 5San Jose, CASan Jose State University Events Center
May 6Sacramento, CAMemorial Auditorium
May 9Boulder, COMacky Auditorium
May 10Denver, COEllie Caulkins Opera House
May 13Dallas, TXMcFarlin Memorial Auditorium
May 14Austin, TXAustin Music Hall
May 15Tulsa, OKBrady Theater
May 16Kansas City, MOMidland Theatre
May 18Minneapolis, MNOrpheum Theatre
May 19 – 20Chicago, ILChicago Theatre
May 22Toronto, ONMassey Hall
May 30Atlantic City, NJBorgata Event Center
June 1 – 2New York, NYRadio City Music Hall
June 4 – 5Boston, MAWang Theater
June 6Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
June 7Upper Darby, PATower Theatre
June 8Washington, DCConstitution Hall
June 11Manchester, TNBonnaroo Music Festival
June 14Atlanta, GAFox Theatre