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If Bert Kreischer is coming to your city, he’s bringing a celebration with him.
Almost definitely he’ll be doing it with out a shirt too.
Kreischer, the person who inspired the 2002 film “Van Wilder” in addition to the upcoming “The Machine” is midway through his ongoing “Tops Off World Tour” that may take his shirtless self to cities throughout North America up until April 8.
Amazingly some last-minute tickets can still be scooped up for as little as $34 before fees on Vivid Seats.
After that, the raucous comic will head overseas for a string of shows in Europe, Recent Zealand and Australia from April 17-29 with a final international show at Sydney’s Aware Super Theater.
Then, to shut the 12 months, the “2 Bears 1 Cave” podcast host has plans to host a cruise of his own that he’s calling “Fully Loaded At Sea.”
Until then though, we’ve got the inside track on when and where you possibly can see Bert in the nice, ol’ U.S. of A as a part of his never-ending party, this winter and spring.
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Bert Kreischer 2023 tour schedule
Before Bert sets sail, he’ll light up audiences all around the U.S.
He’ll be doing so at major venues in cities like Boston’s TD Garden (Feb. 4), Tempe, AZ’s Mullett Arena for 4 nights in a row (Feb, 8, Feb, 9, Feb. 10, Feb, 11), Orlando’s Amway Center (Feb. 18), Green Bay’s Resch Center (Feb. 24) and Minneapolis’ Goal Center (Feb. 25).
After that, Bert will travel throughout Canada playing Winnipeg (March 1), Saskatoon (March 2), Edmonton (March 3), Calgary (March 4) and Kelowna (March 5).
Finally, he’ll tour all around the U.S. up until his final scheduled North American show in 2023 at Cleveland’s Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse on April 8.
Wish to see if Bert is coming to a city near you soon?
Click here for a whole calendar featuring all of Bert Kreischer’s upcoming tour dates, venues, show start times and links to purchase tickets.
Bert Kreischer podcasts
Kreischer is a busy fellow. Along with touring, he also hosts not one, not two, but three podcasts.
The 50-year-old Florida native is the driving force behind his solo “BertCast.” Now 556 episodes deep on the time of publication, Kreischer cracks sensible with big name comics like David Spade, Natasha Leggero, Tom Papa, Fortune Feimster, Steve O and plenty of more.
He’s also known for his long-running show with fellow comedian Tom Segura “2 Bears, 1 Cave” where the 2 friends/co-hosts make one another and their guests laugh on a weekly basis. Recent guests include Tony Hawk, Kumail Nanjiani, Quentin Tarantino, Neal Brennan and Whitney Cummings.
Finally, “The Machine” teams up with Bill Burr on their “Bill Bert Podcast.” Although the podcast has been defunct since June 2021, you possibly can try their archive which has episodes featuring Doug Stanhope, George Lopez and Nate Bargatze in addition to recently deceased comics Bob Saget and Gilbert Gottfried here.
Bert Kreischer comedy specials
Wish to brush up on Kreischer’s act before seeing him live?
Here’s where you possibly can stream all of his specials — although truth be told, they don’t compare to seeing his spontaneous, storytelling act live.
Comfortably Dumb (2009) will be partially streamed on Amazon Prime
The Machine (2016) will be streamed on Netflix
Secret Time (2018) will be streamed on Netflix
Hey Big Boy (2020) will be streamed on Netflix
Spoiler: He’s shirtless in three of the 4. You may have to seek out out which one he keeps a polo on for yourself.
Bert Kreischer upcoming movie
Say what you’ll about Kreischer, the person’s life story inspires filmmakers.
Over 20 years since “Van Wilder” hit cineplexes throughout North America, a Kreischer tale will come to the cinema.
This time, it’s “The Machine” starring Kreischer alongside Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
Currently set for release on May 26, you possibly can catch the Russian film’s wild, red band trailer — which was released on Kreischer’s fiftieth birthday last 12 months — below.
Comedians on tour in 2023
Many comedians who opt to wear shirts will likely be on tour this 12 months as well.
Listed here are just five of our favourite can’t-miss acts that just could also be coming to a city near you in the following few months.
• Steve Martin with Martin Short
Have to see what else is on the market? We recommend taking a take a look at our list of the 51 biggest comedians on tour in 2023 here.