The Honky Tonk Man’s “Shake, Rattle and Roll One Man Stage Show” comes to Milkie’s on Elmwood in Buffalo on (with special guest host Hornswoggle) and to the Palmer Opera House in Cuba on .
With his long, chop sideburns and his black, slicked back hair, the Honky Tonk Man is one of the most recognizable and popular WWE Legends ever. He has sold out arenas all over the world, facing off against the biggest and baddest stars in wrestling history. Honky Tonk Man’s outspoken demeanor and bold opinions have made him one of the most controversial and captivating names in professional wrestling.
Honky Tonk Man’s visit to the region marks 29 years since he defeated Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat for the Intercontinental Championship at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium. He famously held the title for a record 64 weeks.
This one-hour, audience interactive event mixes comedy, stories from the road, and “shoot-style” opinions and observations on the world of professional wrestling. Honky Tonk Man has described it as “the show other wrestler’s don’t want you to see!”
This show is a must see for all wrestling fans, but is also highly entertaining for non-wrestling fans as well. Every show will conclude with a meet and greet session allowing fans to meet the “greatest Intercontinental champion of all time". Please note that the Buffalo show is an adults only show, while the Cuba event will be a family friendly edition.General admission and VIP options are available for both shows. Ticketing for the Buffalo show on ( ) is available at TheClawHold.com, while tickets for the Cuba show on ( ) are available for purchase at The Perfect Blend Coffee House and PalmerOperaHouse.com .
Our WWE Legend Honky Tonk Man show on June 19 at the Palmer Opera House is dedicated to Zach Deschler of Cuba, NY.
With the approval of Zach and his family, all proceeds from this event will be used to establish a charity fund in Deschler's name that will donate money to causes that matter to him: Fighting brain cancer, helping children in need and civic causes in the Cuba, NY area.
Plus, Honky Tonk Man is a childhood favorite of Zach's and he was kind enough to give Zach a call on his birthday earlier this year. Maybe he's not such a bad guy after all?