Conan O'Brien announced dates yesterday for his long-rumored live tour. The show, dubbed the "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour," hits 30 cities, kicking off April 12th in Eugene, Oregon. O'Brien will do two nights at New York's Radio City Music Hall in June, just around the corner from his old NBC Late Night studios. The show is being described as "a night of music, comedy, hugging, and the occasional awkward silence." TMZ claims that Conan isn't making any money off this tour. The only reason he's doing it is to keep his former Tonight Show staffers employed. Some 40 former employees will be working on the production. Tickets for most shows are already on sale. More info can be found at Conan's new website, TeamCoco.com.