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HowStuffWorks

January 15, 2015 13:30 ET

Top 10 iTunes Podcast Stuff You Should Know Announces Spring 2015 North American West Coast Tour

Ticket Sales for Live Shows Begin Friday, January 16 at Sysklive.com

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - January 15, 2015) - HowStuffWorks®' nationally award-winning and consistent top 10 podcast on iTunes®, Stuff You Should Know®, today announced the launch of a live spring 2015 United States West Coast tour featuring show co-hosts Josh Clark and Charles "Chuck" Bryant. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, January 16. For further details visit sysklive.com.

Presented by Squarespace and HowStuffWorks®, beginning in late-March and running through April, Josh and Chuck will host dates on the U.S. West Coast that include a date at the venerable Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco as well as the Aladdin in Portland, Oregon among other stops. In addition to the live show including audience participation and special guests, there will be exclusively designed merchandise for the tour available for sale.

"We're always excited to get out of the office and get in front of our amazingly supportive fan base. Their enthusiasm is infectious," said Chuck Bryant. "Selling out shows in Canada and New York this past fall has gotten us really jazzed about doing the live podcasts out West," followed Josh Clark.

STUFF YOU SHOULD KNOW LIVE - 2015 TOUR DATES

Date City/State/Province Venue
3/30 Los Angeles, CA Palace Theatre
3/31 San Francisco, CA Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
4/1 Portland, OR Aladdin Theatre
4/2 Seattle, WA Neptune Theatre

About Stuff You Should Know
Launched in 2008, Stuff You Should Know, often abbreviated as SYSK, is an award-winning free podcast and video series published by the HowStuffWorks website. The podcast, released every Tuesday and Thursday, educates listeners on a wide variety of topics, often using popular culture as a reference. The podcast covers a variety of odd questions and topics such as how Twinkies® work, do Zombies exist, how tickling works, and how Albert Einstein's brain worked. As of 2014, the show -- a consistent top 10 podcast on iTunes -- has released more than 700 episodes and receives more than 1 million downloads per week.

iTunes is a registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Squarespace is a trademark of Squarespace, Inc. Twinkies is a registered trademark of Hostess Brands LLC.

HowStuffWorks is a business unit of Blucora, Inc. (NASDAQ: BCOR).

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