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November 17 - 18, 2021
One-man comedy tornado Bert Kreischer first caught the attention of the comedy world when he was featured in a Rolling Stone article in 1997 for his student party antics. Realizing his penchant for storytelling and making people laugh as a consequence, Kreischer honed his stand-up chops and later became a regular on TV in his own shows Bert The Conquerer, Hurt Bert and The X Show, as well as stints on the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan.
November 20, 2021
Jeff Foxworthy has kept audiences rolling in the aisles since 1984. With Southern-style brand of humour, quick off the mark one-liners and unique perspective on 'Redneck' living, Foxworthy caught his break at a time when Country Music was booming. His self-deprecating humour caught on and the popular comic ended up opening shows for Garth Brooks and Emmylou Harris.
March 2, 2022
What started as a small YouTube web series in 2013 snowballed into a national phenomenon when its first 90-second video amassed over four million views. Picked up by CraveTV and expanded into a full TV series a year later, Letterkenny stars Jared Keeso and Nathan Dales as Wayne and Daryl, two friends, chronicling their hilarious interactions with each other and the other inhabitants of their Canadian small-town community. Don't miss their hijinks on the brand new Letterkenny Live tour!
April 30, 2022
Otherwise known as Ron "Tater Salad" (a nickname from the Navy), this Scotch-loving, cigar-puffing hellraiser once formed one-quarter of the immensely successful "Blue Collar Comedy" tour. Moviegoers will know him from roles in Horrible Bosses, Sex in the City 2 and Billy Bob Thornton's Jayne Mansfield's Car. A staunch observer of everyday situations, his comedy is rooted in real life, with deadpan delivery and incisive zingers.
910 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Opened in 1921 originally as the Hennepin Theatre, the Orpheum is one of four theatre venues on Hennepin Avenue that stages the majority of theater-related events in the city. It has undergone drastic renovation in 1993, after the sale of the theatre by none other than Bob Dylan, to what is now called the Hennepin Theatre Trust. The Orpheum is notable for staging the pre-Broadway world premiere of Disney's The Lion King.
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