Minnesota can't get enough of Adam Sandler.
It was announced last week that the movie star will stop at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, near Red Wing, for his Here Comes The Funny Tour. His fellow comedians David Spade, Rob Schneider and Minnesota's own Nick Swardson will also be there.
Tickets for the show went on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, but they were gone as fast as you can say "I secretly love all Adam Sandler movies but tell people I only like Punch Drunk Love."
Treasure Island confirmed that all public tickets for the June 21 show sold out in just 15 minutes.
But there is still hope for those who missed out, as Treasure Island said it's going to try to add some additional seats.
Those lucky enough to get tickets, here's a taste of what to expect:
It marks the first time Sandler has performed in Minnesota in more than 20 years so it's not surprising there's a huge amount of interest, particularly when you add in his entourage of comedian co-stars.
And America clearly hasn't had enough of Sandler either. He signed a four-movie deal with Netflix in 2014 and earlier this week, the streaming service said users had spent 500 million hours watching his movies since December, according to The Verge.