After working on a hit television show for the better part of a decade, where do you go? For Jerry Seinfeld, the answer was back to the live stage, performing the stand-up comedy that skyrocketed him to fame many years ago.
The comedian is taking his show on the road once again, with multiple dates throughout the United States this year. Now is the time to grab your Jerry Seinfeld tickets to see this talented performer live in action. Seinfeld is back to doing what he loves best, which is commenting on the everyday things in life that seem absurd when Seinfeld paints them in the perfect light.
A History for Jerry Seinfeld Ticket Holders
Jerry Seinfeld was born Jerome Seinfeld in 1954 in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. He graduated from Queens College, City University of New York with a degree in communications and theatre. During his college productions, Seinfeld developed an interest in stand-up comedy, and after graduation, he began pursuing those aspirations. Seinfeld tried out at open-mic night at Catch a Rising Star in New York City and was invited to be a guest in a Rodney Dangerfield HBO special.
In 1989, Seinfeld worked with Larry David to produce "The Seinfeld Chronicles" for NBC. The show was a hit for nine seasons, after which Seinfeld immediately returned to his first love, stand-up. Today, Jerry Seinfeld tickets sell out concert venues around the country, as plenty of audience members agree that stand-up is where this performer has always been strongest.
What to Expect when You Buy Jerry Seinfeld Tickets
Fans of the hit television show know all too well the gift this performer has for dissecting mundane details of life until they become downright hilarious. However, some Jerry Seinfeld ticket holders are disappointed to find that Seinfeld has discarded hit lines from his show, such as, "Not that there's anything wrong with that," for all new catch phrases specifically designed for his stand-up. Still, Jerry Seinfeld is "master of his domain" when it comes to commenting on everyday details until he has audiences eating out of the palm of his hand - or rolling in the aisles.
Who Should get Jerry Seinfeld Tickets?
Now married with three children, Jerry Seinfeld ticket holders will catch a glimpse into Seinfeld's new world of marriage, parenthood and caring for an aging parent. Whether you enjoyed this stand-up comic in his early years, or have seen every "Seinfeld" episode a dozen times or more, Jerry Seinfeld tickets are the perfect solution for a night of serious comic relief.