Last Fan Standing really gets around and this time Bruce Campbell is taking his game show to Tucson, Arizona!
“Watching Last Fan Standing – or playing in the actual game – is as natural as breathing.” – Bruce Campbell
On the Road to Tucson
Bruce Campbell will be taking his traveling trivia game show, Last Fan Standing, to the southwest. On Nov. 17, he will be looking for pop culture fans with the right stuff to compete against each other at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson, Arizona.
The Rialto is rich in history. It was a true movie palace. In the ’20s, silent films traipsed the marquee along with Vaudeville acts. Fred Astaire’s partner, Ginger Rogers was just one of the famous personalities of the day to have played the theater.
After several decades and different owners, it wasn’t until the ’90s that the venue came into its own. Restored to its former glory, the best musical acts around hit the stage until 2004. The City of Tucson purchased the historic building and more extensive renovations were done.
The pride of the community, the theater has entertained generations of Tucson families and is a landmark in the city. Campbell and Last Fan Standing will be a part of that venerated tradition.
Rules of Engagement
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For those folks who are unfamiliar with how LFS is played, it’s very simple. When you attend the venue, you are given a clicker. Everyone in the audience participates in the general round. A series of questions from the genres of horror, science fiction, superheroes and fantasy will be asked.
Four individuals will be picked based on their accurate answers and swift response times to compete against one another and be on stage with Bruce. Whoever is left, will be crowned the “Last Fan Standing!”
Tickets to see Campbell are on sale right now.Prices range from $20.00 to $74.00. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. for the event and the show starts at 8:00 p.m.
The Rialto Theatre is located at 318 E. Congress Street. Their box office is open Monday through Saturday from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. You can reach them at 520-740-0071 if you want to speak to someone directly.
Here is a little taste of what to expect on Nov. 17!
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