Sibling Rivalry Live
Sep 1, 2020
Jan 14, 2021
Feb 11 - 12, 2021
Feb 13, 2021
May 8, 2021
September 1, 2020
Ru Paul's Drag Race alums Bob The Drag Queen and Monet X Change are taking their hilarious podcast to the road this year, bringing their bickering to a stage near you. Whilst the pair might not actually be related, they sure do act like sisters. Expect an evening of laughter, light and tea-spilling joy!
January 14, 2021
Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of Diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is famous for her razor-sharp wit and spontaneity. She returns this year with her smart humor and spontaneous wit for an evening of legendary comic material. Her ability to interact with her audience members has been hailed for years, something most comedians fail to do - but there's no slowing Poundstone down as she continues to rip riotous laughter for all who witness her talent. Make sure you don't miss this iconic comedian when she comes to your town.
February 11 - 12, 2021
Self-described as "your favorite high functioning hot mess", social media star turned one-woman comedy tour de force Heather McMahon has fast become the poster girl for the kind of gal that finds the humor in everyday things. From PMS to Trader Joe's to her love for the sunset-colored Aperol Spritz cocktail, the mundanities of life turn into sparkling nuggets of comedy gold in the hands of this funny woman. Don't miss her when she hits US shores on her hilariously titled Farewell Tour (it's her first tour).
February 13, 2021
Transitioning from Youtube sensation to genuine live superstar isn't always an easy process, but Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings) has managed it with ease. Her lipstick-smeared, delusional alter-ego has been posting videos online for several years now and has grown into one of the platform's most influential comedians. Now Miranda Sings continues her new tour, Who Wants My Kid?
May 8, 2021
Back after his critically acclaimed debut US tour in 2016, one of Britain's most successful young comedians will be once again making you squirm with his inimitably and sometimes rude yet always springy, cheerful comedy. With his impish personality and his boy-next-door smile, he creates joy from everyday observations, and is never afraid to poke fun at the news, and those who make it.
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