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Happy Valley might get a little happier this summer when comedian Tom Segura performs at the Bryce Jordan Center.
Segura will bring his “I’m Coming Everywhere” tour to the BJC on Thursday, August 25. His show is set to begin at 7 p.m.
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? Tickets on sale THIS Friday, at 10 AM
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Ticket sales for Segura’s comedy set will launch at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 25. Tickets will be up for grabs through Ticketmaster or on Segura’s website.
Segura is likely best known for his four Netflix comedy specials, including “Ball Hog”, “Disgraceful”, and “Completely Normal”. He’s also a podcaster, co-hosting “Your Mom’s House,” with his wife, comedian Christina Pazsitzky, and “2 Bears, 1 Cave alongside comedian Bert Kreischer. Coincidentally, Kreischer will perform at the BJC on April 10.
Segura joins a long list of acts coming to the BJC this spring and summer, including WWE and bands like Breaking Benjamin and Slipknot.
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