Tucker Carlson Coming to Cowtown This Fall

Tucker Carlson | Image by Tucker Carlson
Tucker Carlson | Image by Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson will be coming to Fort Worth to take on “the establishment” this fall.

Carlson is slated to appear alongside celebrity actress Roseanne Barr at Dickies Arena on September 24, according to the political pundit’s website.

Tickets are not yet available for the event, but those interested in attending can sign up in order to be notified when tickets go live.

The event is part of the Tucker Carlson Live Tour, which will make 15 stops between September 4 and September 28. Events are scheduled in several major cities in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, Utah, California, Oklahoma, Kansa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Michigan, South Carolina, and Florida.

A special guest will join Carlson at each event.

“Join Tucker Carlson and friends from coast to coast as he hits the road for his first live tour. Tucker will be joined on stage by some of the most fascinating and recognizable guests, responding to everything that is happening in real-time. It’s going to be interesting and fun as hell,” the website states.

Carlson promised the show would center on discussing “real issues with real people,” per a statement received by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

“You’d better believe the establishment will be losing their minds,” he added.

This wouldn’t be the first time that Carlson has come to Cowtown.

As previously reported by The Dallas Express, Carlson came to Fort Worth this past March for a Tarrant County Republican Party fundraiser. His attendance helped reel in a massive crowd of almost 1,000 people.

Local GOP leaders, including Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Waybourn, Judge Tim O’Hare, and Rep. Nate Schatzline (R-Fort Worth), also participated.

Addressing the audience at this event, Carlson spoke about the Republican Primary, the border, and foreign conflicts.

When Tarrant County Chairman Bo French asked Carlson his advice for Republicans nationwide ahead of the upcoming general election, Carlson stated, “I would focus on the things that matter and mean it and say it without embarrassment.”

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