Conan O'Brien is bringing a "half-assed" live show to 30 cities around the continent, the funnyman announced Thursday, ending weeks of anticipation from fans still reeling from his 'Tonight Show' exit.

Bypassing the old-school press release, O'Brien went directly to Twitter to break the news of the aptly-dubbed 'Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour': "Hey Internet: I'm headed to your town on a half-assed comedy & music tour," he writes, adding, "I repeat: It's half-assed."

Eager Conanites can visit to view tour dates, which begin April 12 in Eugene, OR, and conclude June 14 in Atlanta. The tour is presented by American Express.

The June 1 date at Radio City Music Hall will mark a homecoming of sorts for O'Brien, as the famed venue is just steps away from 30 Rockefeller Plaza, his old home at 'Late Night.' For his Los Angeles stop on April 24, O'Brien will be performing at Universal Studios, where he taped 'The Tonight Show.'