JUST ANNOUNCED: Jerry Seinfeld To Perform This Winter In Duluth
It's been a big week for Northland comedy lovers! Earlier this week, Adam Sandler announced his new I Missed You Tour, which will visit 25 North American cities beginning this fall.
That tour will be making stop at the Target Center in Minneapolis on Sunday, November 12 and tickets went on sale to the general public on Friday, the same day another big announcement was made that will excite comedy lovers in the Duluth area.
The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center announced Jerry Seinfeld would be performing this winter inside the Symphony Hall. DECC Symphony Hall is a venue Seinfeld has appeared in previously, including a show on Friday, October 12, 2012.
Seinfeld recently performed three shows at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis earlier this month.
Not only has he remained busy touring, but he has also continued having success on the small screen. His most recent Netflix show, “23 Hours To Kill,” received positive reviews and a Grammy Award nomination for “Best Comedy Show.”
The legendary comedian, whose comedy career spans over four decades, will perform in Duluth on Friday, December 15.
Tickets prices range from $65 to $365 and they'll be on sale to the general public at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, September 22. However, there is a presale you're invited to take advantage of.
This presale runs from 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 20 through 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 21. Just use the link above to select your tickets and use the code: LAUGH.
The DECC encourages all attendees not to bring bags of any kind into Symphony Hall. However, the following bags may be carried into the venue:
- Small bags not exceeding 4.5” x 6.5” such as a clutch purse, wristlet, or wallet
- Medically necessary bags, including breast pumps
- Diaper bags for individuals/families with a child/children under age 3
The DECC adds that all guests will be subject to a search of their person and possessions prior to entering their for applicable events. All permissible bags will be subject to inspection by security personnel. Guests should be prepared to open their bags for inspection and may be asked by a security representative to shift and/or remove the contents of their bag.