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article imageCharlie Sheen lands in Toronto April 14, Vancouver on May 3

By Bryen Dunn     Mar 18, 2011 in Entertainment
Charlie Sheen is going on tour, and he's making sure Canada is part of this as well, with one date in Toronto and one in Vancouver. His "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option Show" drops down in less than a month.
Not really knowing what to expect, the first two shows in Chicago and Detroit sold out in minutes. The troubled actor since added more US dates, along with the two Canadian stops.
He's booked at Toronto's Massey Hall on Thurs, April 14th, with tickets ranging from $79.50 to $109.50, going on sale Mar. 19 at Ticketmaster. He then hits Vancouver a couple weeks later on May 2 at Rogers Arena. This leaves quite a few days open for filling in a pretty good size tour. His personal website also is listing special “Meet and Greet” tickets. No further details were available and it's unsure what the show will include.
Coming from a family of fellow actors, the youngest son of Martin Sheen, and brother of Emilo Estevez, makes it all the more interesting as to how this could potentially turn out. He was fired by CBS less than two weeks ago, shortly after his press agent quit on him, so the question remains who’s helping him get this tour together so quickly.
The video on his site inviting you to “Buy your ticket. Take the ride and let the ride take you” seems more reminiscent of his Platoon days than his comedic Two and a Half Men persona. He closes with, "Ignition lift off. Bye”
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