Comedian Carrot Top announced for Treasure Island this spring

The flame-haired funnyman will play the Island Event Center.
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The comedy stylings of Scott "Carrot Top" Thompson will be on show at the Treasure Island this coming spring.

Carrot Top and his big box of props will be brought to the stage of the Island Event Center on March 21.

The Florida native has become one of America's most recognizable and unique comedians as he pokes fun at popular culture with a chest full of zany, modified props, and has played sold-out shows across the country in his decades-long career.

He'll be performing at the Welch casino on March 21, 2020, with tickets going on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.

Tickets will cost $27, $37 and $47, with the show open to attendees 16 and older, though 16-17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.

You can book them at TIcasino.com or at the Island Box Office.

Another comedian announced for Treasure Island is Terry Fator, the 2007-winner of "America's Got Talent" who brings comedy, singing and celebrity impressions to the stage.

He'll play the casino on May 9, with tickets also going on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.

They're a bit pricier than Carrot Top though, costing $39, $59 and $79.

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