Like Silly Putty, the WWDTM schedule is stretchy and subject to change (and can also take the images from the comics and make them squishy).
With that in mind, below is the current calendar of our Chicago appearances, subject to change at a moment’s notice. Also be advised that tickets go on sale app. six weeks in advance but you should check our Online Store frequently — these shows sell out FAST.
For some quick advice on how to get these things in your hot little hands, go to the end of this post…
FYI:‚ For those who found this post from someplace other than our online store, tickets are $24.75 ($25.00 at the door because I don’t deal with quarters.) Also, CHASE BANK is located at 10 S. Dearborn.‚ Check-in for pre-purchased tickets is at 6:30PM on the night of the show.
Doors open at 7:00PM; taping begins at 7:30PM and lasts until app. 9:30PM.
If a show is sold out, we have a ‘first come, first serve’ waiting list that starts sign up at 6PM on the night of the taping. No guarantees but we certainly make every attempt to accommodate everyone.
Click here for a Google Map to the bank. There is no parking associated with the show.
WWDTM in Chicago
THUR, OCT 27 (Indianapolis)
THUR, NOV 3 (SOLD OUT)
THUR, NOV 10 (SOLD OUT)
THUR, NOV 17 (Tampa, FL)
THUR, NOV 24 (NO TAPING)
THUR, DEC 1 (SOLD OUT)
THUR, DEC 8 (Kentucky)
THUR, DEC 15
No More Shows in 2011
I’ll have a 2012 Calendar up as soon as it is confirmed…
YOU WANT TICKETS??
It’s Friday. 10AM (CST) You want tickets to the show. First go to the Online Store. It doesn’t show that the tickets are on sale. Refresh your browser.‚ It still doesn’t show it? Clear your browser cache and history and try again. Still nothing? Quit your browser and restart it. If you still have no tickets available, it may be the specific browser you’re using. Internet Explorer is a tough one. Safari is better; Firefox is best. If after all of that you still can’t find tickets, I can’t help you.‚ Get your friend who has a newer computer to buy them for you, I guess…
And contrary to popular belief, if the show actually sold out and 522 people managed to purchase tickets, it was not “impossible to get them.” It was just difficult because of the high demand.
PS: “Sold Out” means there aren’t any tickets left to sell, even if you REALLY, REALLY need them. That said, we have a ‘first come, first serve’ waiting list that starts sign up at 6PM on the night of all Chicago tapings. No guarantees but we certainly make every attempt to accommodate everyone.