2 of the 'Trailer Park Boys' crew are performing in Bemidji

Get ready for Randy and Mr. Lahey's Never Cry S--tWolf Tour this weekend.

Two of the Trailer Park Boys crew are coming to northern Minnesota this weekend.

Randy (real name Patrick Roach) and Mr. Lahey (John Dunsworth) will be at Bemidji's Historic Chief Theater Saturday, Sept. 30, as part of the duo's Never Cry S--tWolf Tour. 

Tickets for the all-ages show are $25, and can be bought through TicketFly. Doors open at 7 p.m., while the show starts at 8:15 p.m. and ends about two hours later.

Bobby Olson, the show's manager, told the Bemidji Pioneer to expect a mix of skits from the Trailer Park Boys TV show, plus some ad-libbed comedy.

A $20 meet-and-greet pass will also be available to buy at the show, where you can chat with Randy and Mr. Lahey and get photos or autographs.

The Bemidji date is actually the second of the full tour. It kicks off in Fargo Friday, Sept. 29, then heads west for four more North Dakota dates plus a stop in Montana and South Dakota, before going almost as far away from the Upper Midwest as possible – Florida for a handful of shows.

Randy and Mr. Lahey are also part of the larger Trailer Park Boys show tour that starts in November. That's not stopping anywhere near Minnesota though.

Here are the boys walking around Mall of America a few months ago for a "f--k around," as they call it.

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