Stuff You Missed in History Class Live Shows 2018!


Stuff You Missed in History Class live shows! Photo by John Fulton

Stuff You Missed in History Class Live Shows 2018!

We have our West Coast tour coming up, plus a show in New Orleans in November!

In October 2018, we are headed to the West Coast for a Halloweeny podcast: "Not Dead Yet: Waiting Mortuaries and Security Coffins"!

  • Monday, October 15: Neptune Theatre, Seattle, Washington. Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Tickets at Ticketmaster.
  • Tuesday, October 16: Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon. Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Tickets at Ticketfly.
  • Wednesday, October 17: Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles, California. Show at 8:30 p.m. Tickets at Ticketfly.
  • Friday, October 19: Marines Memorial Theatre, San Francisco, California. Show at 7:30 p.m. Tickets at Ticketmaster.

On November 6, we will be doing a live podcast at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tickets can be purchased through the museum website.

Here are a few FAQs:

Q: Why aren't you coming to my city?

A: For the last few years, most of our shows have been at the invitation of an event or venue, so it was mostly a matter of where we'd been invited. For our first tour, our stops are an intersection of cities that have lots of listeners, have venues that fit our needs and make reasonable sense in terms of travel. But we hope that this tour will go well, and we'll be able to come to other cities in the future!

Q: How can I get you to come to my city?

A: If there's a museum, convention, conference or something similar in your area, let the organizers know you'd like us to be there! And if there isn't, just keep downloading and listening to the podcast, and encourage your local friends to do the same.

Q: Will these live shows be episodes of the podcast, too?

A: Unless something unforeseen happens during recording or production, yes, the live performance will be an episode of the show. Our tours will have the same show at each stop, and we plan to use the best recording as an episode of the show. If there's some kind of recoding catastrophe, we'll release a studio version instead.