Oxygen's "Martinis & Murder" podcast is giving fans a chance to see them live for the first time this year.
"Martinis & Murder," featuring co-hosts Daryn Carp, John Thrasher and their bartender Matt, will do a live podcast at The Gramercy Theater in New York City on March 23. Tickets are $10 and include a free drink and a free martini glass, two things fans of the boozy podcast will be excited to receive.
The show is part of the Death Becomes Us festival, a true-crime extravaganza that is in its second year and will run from March 20 to March 24 in New York City. Last year, the festival was held in Washington, D.C.—and featured many of the biggest names in true crime. Notable names participating this year are Golden State Killer investigator Paul Holes, Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder from the Serial podcast, Damien Echols of the "Paradise Lost" series, and Amanda Knox.
"We're so excited to get back on the stage and give our fans a chance to see us live," said co-host John Thrasher. "Death Becomes Us festival is such a perfect place for us to get back out there since it's happening right here in New York City. We can't wait."
"Martinis & Murder" will also travel to Austin, Texas for a live show on March 9 as part of the South By Southwest festival.
Tickets to Martinis & Murder Live at Death Becomes Us festival are available here.
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