It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia & Family Guy Team Up for Haiti Benefit Live Show, February 12 at Gibson Amphitheater


It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia & Family Guy live @ Gibson Amphitheatre (Partners In Health’s Stand With Haiti benefit) Fri 2/12 (Ticket pre-sale begins Wed 1/27 10 am)

From the press release:

Two of television’s most provocatively funny shows will visit the Los Angeles stage to benefit Haiti relief. The cast and creators of both “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and Seth MacFarlane’s uproarious “Family Guy” will take over Gibson Amphitheatre Friday, February 12th for a very special live event. They will be joined by to-be-announced special guests. Tickets go on sale Thursday, January 28th at 10 AM.

All proceeds will go to Partners In Health’s Stand With Haiti initiative. PIH has been providing vital health care services in Haiti for more than 20 years and is one of the largest health care providers in the country. Stand With Haiti is the organization’s immediate response to the Haiti earthquake disaster.

The “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” ensemble— Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Artemis Pebdani and Danny DeVito— will perform the FX show’s signature musical moment, the hilarious rock opera extravaganza, “The Nightman Cometh,” live on stage.

Seth MacFarlane will lead a bawdy live interpretation of “Family Guy’s” equally unique songbook. Family Guy Live will feature the cast of the Fox hit, joined by musical accompaniment, performing some of the memorable selections from the show and much more.

Now, please enjoy this clip compiling many instances of Charlie’s intensity on display from Always Sunny.