Food Network Star Robert Irvine Comes to Cleveland this Summer

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PHOTO VIA RYAN IRVINE, FACEBOOK
  • Photo via Ryan Irvine, Facebook

Food Network star Robert Irvine, known for his tight T-shirts and insanely difficult food preparation challenges, is bringing his hit stage show "Robert Irvine Live" to Cleveland this summer.

Billed as a "more than just a cooking demo," the interactive show offers folks the opportunity to see the "Restaurant Impossible" host in action, tackling audience-suggested tasks, and often bringing up crowd members to participate. Cameras set up on stage, as well as music and video content are said to make the performance a "high-energy, multimedia and multi-sensory theatrical experience."

Here's a quick peek at a recent RILive performance:


Irvine isn't the first Food Network star to bring his live show to the Forest City. Last summer, "foodist" Alton Brown offered locals a hearty dose of edutainment with his itinerant live show titled "Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour." 

Tickets and additional details on Robert Irvine Live can be found here.

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