Tim Allen Rejoices in Not Having To Watch What He Says in Front of Packed Audience

by Clayton Edwards
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It doesn’t take much to get an internet mob at your door these days. Several comedians, musicians, and other entertainment figures have learned that in recent years. It seems like no one is safe from angry Twitter mobs and cancelation petitions. Even Tim Allen has faced their wrath in the past. At one point, his conservative views caused the cancellation of Last Man Standing. However, Allen remains unphased.

First and foremost, Tim Allen stands on what he says. He holds his beliefs close and speaks his mind. So, if someone gets offended by things he says, he sees that as more their problem than his. At the same time, Allen has built up a massive amount of goodwill with his audience over the years. His roles in Home Improvement and the Santa Clause franchise have made him a favorite among fans. Many of those fans know what to expect from Allen.

Tim Allen’s biggest fans don’t just accept what he says. They’ll buy tickets, stand in line, and fill venues to hear him. After all, Allen started his career as a standup comedian. Currently, he still takes the stage to entertain in the way that launched him to stardom. Last night, he posted a photo just before he took the stage. In the caption, Allen celebrated not having to be careful with his words in front of the huge crowd. Check it out below.

“Wonder if I have to watch what I say?” Tim Allen wrote. Then, he answered his own question, “Not a chance!” He knows his audience and they know him. The connection he has with his fans allows him to truly be himself on stage.

More About Tim Allen’s Tour

The interesting thing about this picture is that Tim Allen posted it moments before taking the stage. The timestamp on the tweet says it went live just after 8 pm CT yesterday. He was at San Antonio, Texas’ Majestic Theatre. His show was set to start at 8 pm CT.

Tim Allen’s next show is tonight at the Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium in Amarillo, Texas. Then, the Toolman will take a few weeks off. The next chance you’ll have to see him is in November at Las Vegas’ Mirage Theatre. Allen is doing a two-night stand there on the fifth and sixth. Those are his last shows of the year.

After the New Year, Tim Allen will rock the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He’ll be there on January 6th. The next day, he’ll be at the Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando, Florida.

 Tim Allen heads to Oklahoma in February. On the 18th he’ll be at the River Spirit Casino in Tulsa. Then, he’s headed to the ASU Gammage in Tempe, Arizona the next day.

Tim Allen will cap off his string of concerts with two hometown shows in July. He’s doing back-to-back shows at Devos Hall in Grand Rapids, Michigan on July 16th. Head over to his website to get more details and tickets for the events.

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