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3 GREAT COMEDIANS- ONE HISTORIC NIGHT!
JEFF FOXWORTHY, BILL ENGVALL, and LARRY THE CABLE GUY at the Patriot Center on Saturday, April 24.

These hilarious comics come together for one special night that is guaranteed to be filled with non-stop laughter. This is definitely one event not to miss.
Jeff Foxworthy is widely known for his redneck jokes, and his act goes well beyond to explore the humour in everyday family interactions and human nature. Foxworthy currently hosts the hit show Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader, which airs on FOX and is in syndication.
Bill Engvall currently hosts Country Fried Home Videos – one of the highest rated shows on Country Music Television (CMT). He recently recorded his latest one hour special for Comedy Central at Just For Laughs inaugural Festival in Chicago. Larry The Cable Guy has his signature catchphrase, “Git-R-Done”, he continues to sell-out theatres and arenas throughout North America. He recently performed in front of more than 50,000 fans while recording his next hour-long special Tailgate Party for Comedy Central last July 4 in Nebraska.

For more information, visit patriotcenter.com.

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