Reluctant pirate and New York City entertainment icon Jerry Seinfeld is set to tour Australia & New Zealand in August 2017.
The comedian, whose little known series Seinfeld ended up becoming one of the most popular television series of all time, will be performing a live stand-up show "filled with his trademark humour, wit and sharp observations about day-to-day life".
It’s the first time Seinfeld has ever toured in Adelaide, and the comedian's first time back in Australia since 1998.
"New Zealand and Australia may be far in miles, but I feel very close to the people because of our mutual comedy connection. I couldn't be more excited about seeing everyone there." Seinfeld said.
Since writing, producing and starring in Seinfeld with co-creator Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld went on to produce hit web-series "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee", even going as far as having President Obama as a guest.
In 2016, Jerry Seinfeld began a residency at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York, performing once a month as part of a residency entitled, "Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestand".
Seinfeld's career took off after his first appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1981.
Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on Monday 14 November through Ticketek Australia, with those bloody Telstra Thanks pre-sale customers having a go from 12pm on Tuesday 8 November to 12pm Thursday 10 November.
WHO: JERRY SEINFELD
WHERE: ADELAIDE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
WHEN: AUGUST 5
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