Rhett and Link are bringing their YouTube hijinks to St. Paul

The guys behind "Good Mythical Morning" are doing their first ever live stage show tour.
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Will it live stage show? Yes!

Rhett and Link, hosts of Good Mythical Morning and purveyors of eating weird crap, are bringing their YouTube vibe to Minnesota as part of a series of live stage shows.

The duo will show off their signature comedy style at St. Paul's Fitzgerald Theater on Friday, Dec. 8, they announced Monday. There will also be performances of their hit songs, and a fan Q&A.

Tickets are $37.50 plus fees, and will go on sale Friday, May 19 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available here.

The Tour of Mythicality, as it's being called, is also in support of Rhett and Link's first book, Rhett & Link's Book of Mythicality.

If you're not familiar with Rhett and Link, they are mega popular. The Good Mythical Morning YouTube channel alone has nearly 12.3 million subscribers, with more than 3.3 billion views. But taken together with their other series – like their YouTube Red show Buddy System, which recently got renewed for a second season – and you're looking at more than 4 billion video views.

They also have a podcast called Ear Biscuits.

They've made a name for themselves eating weird stuff, most notably as part of the series "Will it ____?"

They take random ingredients, usually getting increasingly more gag-inducing, and see if they work as that food. So you can fill in the blank: Will it taco? Will it donut? Will it smoothie? Etc. Here's an example:

https://youtu.be/XEsjOIKLP74

It's been so popular, they've even done the bit with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.

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