The Wild West Comedy Festival is returning to Nashville this spring and festival organizers have already shared a couple of big names who will be performing at the event. Larry the Cable Guy and Impractical Jokers are both set to bring the funny down to Tennessee on April 17-23.
Larry the Cable Guy will be taking the stage at the Ryman Auditorium on Sunday, April 23 at 6 p.m. Tickets are currently on sale for $54.50 for any seat in the house. This special show marks the comedian's first solo return to Nashville in five years.
The Impractical Jokers are bringing their Santiago Sent Us Tour – starring the Tenderloins – to the Wild West Comedy Festival on Wednesday, April 19. Tickets for the TPAC, Jackson Hall, show go on sale on Dec. 15 with the presale code WWCF2017. The performance will include hilarious videos, including never-before-seen footage, and the guys doing what they do best.
The Wild West Comedy Festival, which is produced by Vince Vaughn's Wild West Productions in partnership with Nashville's premiere concert promoter Outback Concerts and renowned comedy club Zanies Nashville, will host shows in a variety of venues across Nashville including the Ryman Auditorium, TPAC and Zanies Nashville. Many more comedians are still expected to be announced for the 2017 lineup. Past performers include Hannibal Buress, Kevin Hart, Bill Burr, Aziz Ansari, Kathy Griffin and many more.
Along with performing at the Wild West Comedy Festival, Larry the Cable Guy has plans to tour across the U.S. throughout 2017, both as a solo stand-up act and along with his friend and frequent collaborator Jeff Foxworthy. The hilarious duo will be making stops in Columbus, Boise and Atlanta among other great cities. As a solo act, Larry the Cable Guy has plans to perform in Wendover, Tulsa, Westbury and many more locations.
Larry the Cable Guy has released several multi-platinum comedy albums over the years and earned back-to-back Grammy nominations in 2006 and 2007. He has appeared in such films as “Delta Farce,” “A Madea Christmas” and “Cars,” in which he provided the voice of the beloved Mater. He is also the founder of the Git-R-Done foundation, which works to aid children's and veterans' causes.
Check out a clip from Larry the Cable Guy's latest special “We've Been Thinking” above and click here to pick-up tickets to see him perform live in a city near you. Keep reading AXS for more comedy news, reviews and tour announcements.
Larry the Cable Guy Tour Dates
* with Jeff Foxworthy
Jan. 20 Mohegan Sun Arena – Wilkes-Barre, PA*
Jan. 21 NYCB Theatre – Westbury, NY
Jan. 27 Rosemont Theatre – Rosemont, IL*
Jan. 28 Palace Theatre – Columbus, OH*
March 4 Canalta Centre – Medicine Hat, AB*
March 11 Peppermill Concert Hall – Wendover, NV
March 18 Hollywood Casino – Charles Town, WV
April 1 Central National Bank Center – Enid, OK*
April 15 Bok Center – Tulsa, OK
April 22 Taco Bell Arena – Boise, ID*
April 23 Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN*
April 28 Denny Sanford Premier Center – Sioux Falls, SD*
April 29 Fox Theatre – Atlanta, GA*