Jeff Dunham Adds A Bunch of Dates into 2017

When it comes to working comedians, there are few people on the planet with a better claim to the title of “hardest working” than Jeff Dunham. Not to mention “most popular” – an impressive feat for a ventriloquist in the 21st Century.

Jeff Dunham got his start as a ventriloquist in the suburbs of his hometown of Dallas, TX. By college he was performing close to 100 live shows per year and bringing in $70,000 a year from private gigs. By his late 20s, he achieved his dream of performing on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.

Dunham’s comedy specials have included Spark of Insanity, Identity Crysis, Controlled Chaos, Disorderly Conduct, and Not Playing with a Full Deck. His most popular dummies are Walter, a grumpy old man; Peanut, a strange “woozle;” José Jalapeño on a Stick; Bubba J the redneck; Melvin the Superhero Guy; and Achmed the Dead Terrorist.

2016-17 Jeff Dunham Tour Dates

July 8 – Thackerville, Okla., WinStar Global Event Center
July 16 – Highland Heights, Ky., BB&T Arena
July 17 – Calgary, Albeta, Scotiabank Saddledome
July 22 – Uncasville, Cont., Mohegan Sun Arena
July 23 – Harrington, Del., Delaware State Fair Fairgrounds (Delaware State Fair)
July 24 – Verona, N.Y., Event Center At Turning Stone Casino Resort
July 28 – Costa Mesa, Calif., Pacific Amphitheatre (OC Fair)
Aug. 4 – Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Expo Center (Ohio State Fair)
Aug. 5 – Windsor, Ontario, Caesars Windsor “The Colosseum”
Aug. 6 – Hammond, Ind., The Venue At Horseshoe Casino
Aug. 7 – Jackson, Mich., Jackson County Fairgrounds (Jackson County Fair)
Aug. 16 – Hamburg, N.Y., Erie County Fair Grandstand (Erie County Fair / America’s Fair)
Aug. 18 – Des Moines, Iowa, Iowa State Fairgrounds Grandstand (Iowa State Fair)
Aug. 19 – Louisville, Ky., Freedom Hall @ The Kentucky Expo Center
Aug. 20 – Murray, Ky., CFSB Center
Sept. 1 – Hyannis, Mass., Cape Cod Melody Tent
Sept. 2 – Cohasset, Mass., South Shore Music Circus
Sept. 3 – Atlantic City, N.J., Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Event Ctr.
Sept. 4 – Allentown, Pa., Allentown Fairgrounds (The Great Allentown Fair)
Sept. 15 – Hampton Beach, N.H., Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Sept. 16 – York, Pa., York Fairgrounds (York Fair)
Oct. 19 – Erie, Pa., Erie Insurance Arena
Oct. 20 – University Park, Pa., Bryce Jordan Center
Oct. 21 – New York, N.Y., Carnegie Hall
Oct. 23 – Norfolk, Va., Constant Convocation Center
Nov. 2 – Fairfax, Va., EagleBank Arena
Nov. 3 – Charlotte, N.C., Time Warner Cable Arena
Nov. 4 – Birmingham, Ala., Legacy Arena At The BJCC
Nov. 5 – North Charleston, S.C., North Charleston Coliseum
Nov. 6 – Knoxville, Tenn., Thompson-Boling Arena
Nov. 16 – Bossier City, La., CenturyLink Center
Nov. 17 – Southaven, Miss., Landers Center
Nov. 18 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena
Nov. 19 – Pensacola, Fla., Pensacola Bay Center
Nov. 20 – New Orleans, La., Smoothie King Center
Nov. 30 – San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
Dec. 1 – Houston, Texas, NRG Park
Dec. 2 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Chesapeake Energy Arena
Dec. 3 – Wichita, Kan., Intrust Bank Arena
Dec. 4 – North Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
Dec. 28 – Minneapolis, Minn., Target Center
Dec. 29 – Milwaukee, Wis., BMO Harris Bradley Center
Dec. 30 – Saint Charles, Mo., The Family Arena
Dec. 31 – Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
Jan. 11 – Duluth, Minn., AMSOIL Arena
Jan. 12 – Fargo, N.D., Scheels Arena
Jan. 13 – Bismarck, N.D., Bismarck Event Ctr. Arena
Jan. 14 – Billings, Mont., Rimrock Auto Arena At MetraPark
Jan. 15 – Missoula, Mont., Adams Event Center
Jan. 25 – Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
Jan. 26 – Kingston, Ontario, Rogers K-Rock Centre
Jan. 27 – Syracuse, N.Y., The Oncenter
Jan. 28 – Detroit, Mich., Joe Louis Arena
Jan. 29 – Cleveland, Ohio, Wolstein Center At Cleveland State University
Feb. 8 – Moline, Ill., I Wireless Center
Feb. 9 – Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
Feb. 11 – Springfield, Mo., JQH Arena
Feb. 12 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
Feb. 22 – Casper, Wyo., Casper Events Center
Feb. 23 – Loveland, Colo., Budweiser Events Center
Feb. 24 – Rio Rancho, N.M., Santa Ana Star Center
Feb. 25 – Phoenix, Ariz., Talking Stick Resort Arena
March 9 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center
March 10 – Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena
March 11 – Boise, Idaho, Taco Bell Arena
March 12 – Yakima, Wash., Yakima Valley SunDome
March 22 – Victoria, British Columbia, Save On Foods Memorial Centre
March 23 – Kelowna, British Columbia, Prospera Place
March 24 – Lethbridge, Alberta, ENMAX Centre
March 25 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SaskTel Centre
March 26 – Regina, Saskatchewan, Brandt Centre
April 5 – Huntington, W. Va., Big Sandy Superstore Arena
April 6 – Richmond, Va., Richmond Coliseum
April 7 – Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
April 8 – Trenton, N.J., National Bank Center
April 9 – Hartford, Conn., XL Center

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