Carrot Top at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Comedian Carrot Top was Friday November 21, 2003 / 8:30pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
- "Some people even think I wear a wig. Do they think I went into a salon one day and said, 'Can you please screw this up really bad?'" --Carrot Top
- "His success shouldn't be a surprise. A Carrot Top show is loud and busy...and can work as either simple, dumb fun or as a brighter sendup/celebration of pop culture." --Las Vegas Review-Journal
- Carrot Top is one of the very few comics who have sold out the Universal Amphitheatre.
Call him Thomas Edison for the absurd; his stage a Technicolor laboratory, scattered with Day-Glo trunks which hold the finished results of his hyper-wacky imagination…
Or call him the perfect antidote for our stressed out times…or like millions of fans, just call him Carrot Top.
He is one of the most popular and successful comedians in America. Each year, he stars for an astonishing 15 weeks in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand (the same venue as comedy hero George Carlin), headlines another 100+ concerts across the country and makes dozens of television appearances.
Come watch this self-proclaimed "red-haired freak," known best for his Dial down the Center commercials, do his prop comedy thing at The Grove of Anaheim.