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'Parks and Rec' star Aziz Ansari to perform May 10 in Iowa City

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IOWA CITY (KWWL) -

A comedian and star of a popular NBC show will perform his stand-up on the University of Iowa campus this spring.

Aziz Ansari, best know for his role of government employee Tom Haverford in the NBC show "Parks and Recreation," will perform at the Iowa Memorial Union Main Lounge on the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City on Friday, May 10 at 10 p.m.

Ansari has also starred in films like "Funny People," "I Love You, Man," "30 Minutes or Less" and "Observe and Report."

His current nationwide tour is called "Buried Alive."

Tickets are $35 for the public and $25 for University of Iowa students and go on sale Monday, March 4 at noon from the University Box Office on the first floor of the Iowa Memorial Union and at the Englert Theater.

The performance is sponsored by the University of Iowa Campus Activities Board and the Englert Theatre.

For more information, visit cab.uiowa.edu or englert.org.

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