YouTube famous 'Dude Perfect' dudes are coming to Tampa this summer

Cool, dude.

click to enlarge The Dude Perfect tour features popular segments from the YouTube channel. - Dude Perfect/Facebook
Dude Perfect/Facebook
The Dude Perfect tour features popular segments from the YouTube channel.
The dudes from, uh, Dude Perfect, are bringing their "That's Happy" tour to Tampa next summer.

Tickets to see the "Dude Perfect That's Happy Summer Tour" at Tampa's Amalie Arena on Friday, July 1 at 7 p.m. go on sale to the public Thursday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. and start at $29.  EST. Pre-sale sign-ups are happening now.

The only other Florida stop on the tour is on June 30 at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise.

If you don't know about DP, then you probably aren't watching the internet. And by the internet we mean YouTube where the dudes—including Cory Cotton and Tyler Toney—have more than 56 million subscribers with eyes glued to family-friendly, sports-centric shenanigans like those in the brand's "Game Night Stereotypes" bit that is among the Top 10 most-streamed videos on the platform.

And there's a local tie to the dudes, too, as Dude Perfect's merch is designed by the Merchline and Rivals team headquartered in Oldsmar, Florida.
A press release says, "The tour will feature some of the most popular segments from their award-winning 'Overtime' series like Cool not Cool and Wheel Unfortunate with Ned Forrester, as well as new fan-favorite segments like Get Crafty and Top 10."

If you do go, we hope your kid doesn't spend the whole night on their phone playing the latest "Dude Perfect" game.
Location Details

Amalie Arena

401 Channelside Dr, Tampa Tampa

(813) 301-6500

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