If you missed out on tickets to Adam Sandler's sold-out upcoming Minnesota show, you've got a second chance to snag a few.
Treasure Island said Monday afternoon it added a "limited number" of tickets for the June 21 gig, which is part of Sandler's Here Comes the Funny tour.
These newly available tickets will be for general admission lawn seating on The Berm and will cost $35, Treasure Island says. They'll go on sale May 5 (that's Friday) at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster.com, or at the Treasure Island box office.
David Spade, Nick Swardson (Minnesota ftw!) and Rob Schneider are also in the show.
And you should plan to act quick if you want to take advantage. The first round of tickets sold out in 15 minutes.
This is 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. And America clearly hasn’t had enough of Sandler either. He signed a four-movie deal with Netflix in 2014 and recently, the streaming service said users had spent 500 million hours watching his movies since December, according to The Verge.