Saturday, October 2, 2021
The Jim Breuer show has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 2, 2021. You may to hold on to your tickets for the new date and your current seat selection(s) will be honored.
If you wish to request a refund, please contact the channel through which you originally purchased the tickets (Ticketmaster, etc.).
Original Performance Dates: May 23, 2020
Rescheduled Performance Dates: Saturday, October 2, 2021
Not long after Jim Breuer did his first official standup gig, industry folks began asking him, “What’s your point of view?” “I don’t know…” He searched for a meaningful response to a ridiculous question. “To make people laugh?”
The freewheeling, New York-bred comic storyteller—who made the list of Comedy Central’s “100 Greatest Standups of All Time”—is hotter than ever; a global touring sensation and regular presence on radio and television whose rabid audience, he’s thrilled to note, is filled with “lifetimers.” Once folks see him live, they’re hooked.
Breuer estimates that 78% of his fans have seen him “five, six, seven” times. It’s becoming a family thing, with parents even bringing young teens to see the family man and father of three daughters, all providing genius “dad” material for his sets. Having evolved both personally and professionally since the beginning, Breuer’s pleased to say he’s been F-word free for ten years and counting.
Breuer came to national attention during his seasons on Saturday Night Live (1995-98), an era featuring cast mates Will Ferrell, David Spade and Norm McDonald. But don’t call him “Goat Boy” (one of his characters on SNL) or ask him to do his Joe Pesci impression. Those things are eons ago. Some even still associate him with Half Baked , a stoner comedy flick from around that time that starred Dave Chappelle and featured cameos by Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg and Tommy Chong.
The fans who got into Breuer in the new millennium were drawn in through his Comedy Central specials such as Hardcore and Let’s Clear The Air (one of the highest rated comedy specials in the network’s history). Popularly known as his “coming out party” as a dad, Let’s Clear the Air focused on the fun and foibles of family life. His next special And Laughter For All (2013), became the highest rated original comedy special on EPIX to date, earning it’s spot as a family favorite for its relatable and multi-generational humor. His latest special Comic Frenzy (2015) is currently available on Amazon Prime.
Many of Breuer’s newer fans know him from his guest appearances on Sirius XM’s The Howard Stern Show. Says Breuer, “Howard’s audiences know comedy…. If they come and I’m not funny, they’re not coming back.” That’s never happened and never going to. Breuer was also the host of Fridays with Jim Breuer Sirius XM, originally known as “Breuer Unleashed.” He currently hosts a podcast called The Jim Breuer Podcast, which is available on iTunes and JimBreuer.com.
Breuer has been something of a multimedia sensation, currently appearing alongside Kevin James on CBS’ Kevin Can Wait as well as feature films Zookeeper, Dick, Titan A.E. andBeer League; hosting MTV's popular Beach House and VH1’s Web Junk 20; and being featured on Comedy Jam, This Is Not Happening, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and The Marriage Ref.
Since 2015, he’s shared his dual passions for comedy and baseball (particularly his New York Mets) with thousands on Facebook via his video recaps of games. Their viral impact has been massive, with clips airing on the MLB Network and ESPN Sportscenter among others, and even inspiring Mets fans in other cities to hang with Breuer to root their team on. A die-hard metalhead, Breuer made his musical debut, Songs From The Garage in 2016. Produced by Rob Caggiano (Anthrax, Volbeat) the album features tracks such as "Raising Teenage Girls," the throwback anthem "Old School" and “Mr. Rock n’ Roll” with the one and only Brian Johnson of AC/DC.
All Breuer aficionados know that family is everything to him and his mission is to share the highs and lows, find the humor in the day-to-day, laughing with the triumphs and tragedies, and using comedy as a tool to conquer fear. Says Breuer, “I’m here to say that life isn’t that horrendous. Can you still eat? Can you still watch your 60” plasma TV? Call me when you have to eat a squirrel for breakfast, okay? Do something you can control that’s good, because you can’t fight hate with more hate. Let’s concentrate on the most important things in life.”