Five Acts You Can’t Miss Coming to Kalamazoo State Theatre
The Kalamazoo State Theatre is really upping their gig game, and bringing in some fantastic comedy, music, and one-man shows. We're lucky to have such an iconic and famous building in our town, and if we don't buy tickets, great acts will stop visiting our fair city. We can't let that happen. Here are five great shows coming to the Kalamazoo State Theatre this fall, and a good reason to see each one. Check it out...
Bert's real life cannot be believed. His antics inspired the Ryan Reynolds movie Van Wilder, and he has gone on to host various travel shows and his very popular podcast. See this cult legend for between $39.75 and $59.75. This show is recommended for mature audiences.
This young comedian has performed all over the world and on a television screen near you. Check our her half hour special, Gentleman Elf, on Netflix. Tickets are only $25... you could be all hipster and brag you saw her live before she became a household name.
Legend. Period. And you can see him in your own backyard for between $35 and $75.
Best selling author. Grammy winner. Sedaris has always taken the art of wordplay to the next level. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll laugh some more. $25 to $52.50.
It's been a while since this Parks and Rec alum took to the stand up stage, but he's doing so at the State Theatre, and people are excited. So much in fact, his show sold out so he added an extra one. See the man, the myth, the mustache for between $39.75 and $69.75.