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Anthony Bourdain has made a name for himself not just as a chef, culinary guide and TV personality, but also as an unedited critic at large. Audiences get the chance to interact close up with the big personality that is Bourdain LIVE when he takes to the road! Purchase your Anthony Bourdain tickets now!
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Anthony Bourdain Tickets

Few chefs have developed as loyal of a following as Anthony Bourdain has over the last decade-plus. Whether through his work on television or his popular books, his culinary skills have appealed to people across all generations, and today Anthony Bourdain tickets offer fans a chance to hear him speak up close.

Bourdain's involvement in the culinary world dates back several decades to his 1978 graduation from the Culinary Institute of America in 1978. Eventually, he worked his way up to the level of executive chef at New York's Brasserie Les Halles.

After working in the restaurant industry for many years, Bourdain became a household name in 2000 when he released the hit memoir "Kitchen Confidential." Given the success of his book, it wasn't long before Bourdain got his own Food Network show, and later moved on to the Travel Channel where he hosted the hit program "No Reservations." After a hit run on the Travel Channel, Bourdain was wooed by CNN to host "Parts Unknown," a show that zeroes in on other cultures and their foods.

More recently, Bourdain has taken his expertise on the road, and watching him talk on stage is nothing like watching him on TV. His personality is rawer, less edited and certainly more entertaining.