How to get Joe Rogan’s 2022 tour tickets as the presale begins


Musical festivals, tours and stand up shows are all making a comeback in 2022 and Joe Rogan recently became the latest celeb to announce his tour this year. The tickets have gone on presale.

The UFC commentator kept his fans entertained with his Joe Rogan Experience podcast during the lockdown.

Now, he is all set for his 2022 tour, which will see him have a more personal interaction with his fans.

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How to get Joe Rogan’s 2022 tour tickets

The comedian’s tour, titled ‘Joe Rogan: 4:20,’ is scheduled for 7:30 PM on April 20 and the venue is Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.

Fans can grab tickets on Ticketmaster, the event’s official ticket seller.

While the general public sale will start from Friday, January, 28, at 10:00 am CST, the presale has already begun.

You can unlock the presale with the password ‘ROGAN,’ as mentioned in the comedian’s latest Instagram story.

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Cost of the tickets explored

While ticket prices are subject to change once the general sale begins, Ticketmaster has revealed how much you will have to fork out to get a ticket in the presale.

The ticket prices range from $45 to $75 at the time of writing.

What is the star up to these days?

The 54-year-old is still working on his podcast and releasing episodes filled with mindblowing conversations with various personalities who come on as his guests.

Joe is still very much involved with the UFC as well and he was present to call the fights at UFC 270 last weekend.

Joe’s Instagram is filled with pictures that show him pursuing his varied passions. However, the podcast host, who has been vocal about his stance on the COVID-19 vaccine, recently came under fire for his views once again.

In the recent podcast episode, the host reportedly said: “It would be better to get the virus and recover and have amazing immunity. Do you know what I think you should do? I think you should get vaccinated and then get sick.”

“This is why. Because the vaccine protects you from a bad infection and then you get covid so you get the robust immunity that’s imparted from having the actual disease itself.”

Predictably, Joe’s wild theory opened the door for a lot of criticism on social media.

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