Iconic comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, will be performing at the Louisville Palace later this week. A man of many talents, Jerry Seinfeld’s most notable achievements include his stand up career and his hit television show Seinfeld, which oftentimes chronicled the funniest parts of his life as a New York city comedian.
When he’s not making hit television shows, Jerry Seinfeld has been known to write, produce, and even lend his voice to animated characters. His latest endeavor, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, has proven that Jerry Seinfeld can take his comedy to a new level for an ever-changing audience.
I’ve been a fan of Seinfeld since Golden Boy and the Soup Nazi were regular topics of conversation, but I’ve never seen him live. I’m very excited to see how his stand up has changed since I’m Telling You for the Last Time in 1998.
Tickets are still available for Thursday night’s show, which starts at 7pm at the Louisville Palace. Tickets range in price from $48 to $78. For more information, visit louisvillepalace.com.
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