There will be no shortage of laughter over the next 12 months in Boise. Several stand-up tours were scheduled to come to the area before the pandemic that have been rescheduled, plus a few new ones that we are really excited about. It's great to see comedy picking up across the Treasure Valley like music concerts are. The level of comedian that is making stops in Boise is top-notch. This may be the best year for comedy in the city's history, which is good because we deserve it after last year!

Impractical Jokers - Scoopski Potatoes Tour
October 22, ExtraMile Arena
What better show to start the comedians rolling in than the Impractical Jokers' tour named after our most famous export! The stars of TruTV will bring the best of their show by answering questions and telling stories about their incredible run on television.

Pump and Dump Show - Mom's Night Out
November 3 & 4, Knitting Factory
This show started in Denver when two up-and-coming comedians were in the middle of the early stages of motherhood and wanted to vent about everything they hated about it! Ten years later, three different casts tour the country, giving moms a fun night out.

Jeff Dunham - Seriously?
November 7, ExtraMile Arena
Jeff Dunham is by far the most famous ventriloquist on the planet. Jeff Dunham brings his irreverent style to Boise and his most popular puppets Peanut, Walter, Achmed, Jose, and Bubba J.

Nikki Glaser - One Night with Nikki Glaser
November 26, Revolution Concert House
Nikki hosts podcasts, television shows and has her own Netflix special called Bangin. You might call her style "shockingly honest."

Whitney Cummings - Touch Me Tour
December 3, Egyptian Theater
Whitney was the star of the show Whitney, which lasted two seasons, and created the show, 2 Broke Girls. She has produced several comedy specials and sitcoms and is back on the road doing her own tour.

Jim Gaffigan - The Fun Tour
December 12, ExtraMile Arena
He's probably one of the biggest names in comedy. He keeps things reasonably clean yet is still able to get big laughs. His humor often revolves around his love for food and his waistline.

Jo Koy - Just Kidding World Tour
December 18, Idaho Central Arena
Jo Koy is constantly working and hardly ever takes time off. Even more impressive is that he continues to come up with new material. He has a Netflix special called, Comin' In Hot.

Iliza Schlessinger - Back In Action Tour
January 22, Morrison Center
Her Netflix special, Elder Millennial, is one of the funniest you'll see. Since winning Last Comic Standing in 2008, she's hosted tv shows, podcasts and has several specials on various platforms.

Nate Bargatze - The Raincheck Tour
February 24, Morrison Center
Nate Bargatze burst onto the scene over the past few years thanks to the Netflix show, The Stand-Ups. The success of that 30-minute appearance gave him two full comedy specials on Netflix. The latest, Greatest Average American, was taped during COVID.

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