The show "IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock," according to TicketMaster. The Ministry translates this as live, extended versions of the tiger-blooded actor's broadcast interview diatribes and chain-smoking live-streaming segments.
We do know that the show is for or those who are 18 and older, and there will be "surprises."
Sheen will be on stage nearly every other night from April 2 to May 2. Duh, he has quite a bit of time on his hands since he's been fired from "Two and a Half Men," and his warlock lawyers are handling that $100-million breach of contract lawsuit with Warner Bros.
On Monday, he sold out his tour dates in Chicago and Detroit.
On Tuesday, he added dates in Ohio, Connecticut, Boston and New York City.
On Thursday, he announced via Twitter that the "#Torpedo Fastballs keep coming. 12 more shows on sale Sat.."
The torpedoes will fly through the East Coast hitting Washington, D.C., too. He'll be appearing at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City and twice at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Sheen added dates throughout the Midwest, down south in Atlanta and various cities in Florida and Texas. Our neighbors to the north in Vancouver and Ontario also will be hit by the torpedoes.
He'll be hurling the fastballs west, as well, in Denver and San Francisco. Yet he's managed to steer clear of Los Angeles...for now.
Tickets range from $100 and to about $750 for a VIP package, which includes a meet-and-greet with the former Charlie Bender.
P.S. His Twitter follower count is now topping 2.9 million. Charlie dares you to keep up with him.
-- Nardine Saad
Photo: A file photo of Charlie Sheen from May 21, 2006 at the 59th edition of the Cannes Film Festival Credit: Francois Guillot / AFP / Getty