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Charlie Sheen's "Torpedo of Truth" Tour Adds 12 More Cities Including Canada Shows!

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Mar. 18 2011, Published 5:13 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" ticket sales are so winning, that he has decided to add 12 more cities to his tour! Included in the additional shows, the 45-year-old actor will be invading Canada, taking it to the international level!

So where is Charlie taking his tiger blood now?

Boston, Atlantic City, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale Fla.,  Dallas, Houston, Denver, San Francisco and two Canadian stops have been added as of now — Toronto and Vancouver.

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"#Torpedo Fastballs keep coming. 12 more shows on sale Sat." Charlie Tweeted, linking to his Ticketmaster page.

Still no L.A. date announced at this point, but we bet Charlie will tack it on very soon. Maybe he will end his tour — which has been reported to hit close to 30 cities — in his hometown.

Charlie is working hard to raise money for charity through his tour as well.

He is selling two dollar raffle tickets for charity and participants are eligible to win one huge grand prize including tickets to the show and VIP backstage passes.

"backstage-ball Come hang with me on the only part of the stage you're allowed to...the backstage! You've been invited c," he Tweeted.

Charlie is also donating one dollar of every ticket sold to the current devastation in Japan.

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His one man show sold out twice at NYC's Radio City Music Hall — the largest venue on his tour so far with 6,000 seats. Tickets ranged in price from $79.50 to $519. And for $750, obsessed fans can meet the actor, who is in the process of suing his former Two and a Half Men bosses for more than $100 million.

Charlie's first two shows in Detroit and Chicago broke records on Ticketmaster.com, selling out in 18 minutes.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor will pocket about $300,000 for the first two shows.

Catch all the new cities below! Tickets go on sale Saturday and you need to be fast as they are selling out in record time.

April 14

Toronto, ON

Massey Hall

April 16

Atlantic City, NJ

Taj Mahal

April 19

Washington, DC

DAR Constitution Hall

April 21

Atlanta, GA

Fox Theater

April 22

Tampa Bay, FL

St. Pete Times Union

April 23

Ft. Lauderdale, FL

BankAtlantic Center

April 26

Houston, TX

Verizon Wireless

April 27

Dallas, TX

American Airlines Center

April 28

Denver, CO

Wells Fargo

April 30

San Francisco, CA

Nob Hill

May 02

Vancouver, BC

Rogers Arena

May 03

Seattle, WA

Comcast Arena

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