Rob Benedict Announces StageIt on May 15


Rob Benedict has announced a new StageIt show for next month – May 15 – and tickets are available now! The show will take place at 3pm EST / 12pm PST.

There’s also some really great perks for people depending on how much you tip!

Anyone who tips over 1200 notes will get a personalized video message from Rob. The top tipper will get a video message, an original (never before seen) autographed photo of Rob and a 15 minute Skype/Zoom with Rob. The top 5 tippers will get a video message and an original (never before seen) autographed picture of Rob. Lastly, one random tipper (who tips more than 100 notes) will be chosen by Rob out of a hat and will get an autographed (never before seen) photo of Rob.

Rob will be playing new songs, some Louden Swain songs, and will also be taking requests! Make sure to grab your ticket here.

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