Larry The Cable Guy
Tickets on sale Friday, April 13th Larry the Cable Guy brings a hilarity to stand up comedy that most people simply aren’t used to. His southern accent, which he admittedly exaggerates, gives blue collar individuals and everyone else alike a way to relate to this hilarious funnyman. After getting his start by making guest appearances on radio shows, he gained quick fame on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour alongside Jeff Foxworthy, the comedian of “You might be a redneck” fame. Larry went on to have two comedy albums receive gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America. Those two albums, though, were not even close to the end of his story. Larry the Cable Guy, who has never actually been a cable guy, went on to get roasted on Comedy Central; and once a celebrity has made it to Comedy Central Roast status, it’s obvious to anyone who had tickets or watched the show that the star really “made it”. Fortunately for the redneck hero, this roast didn’t signify the end of a long career like it usually does for others. In fact, the loveable sleeveless shirt wearing comedian gained his own show, Only in America, on the History Channel. He was even allowed into the White House’s War Room during filming of the show. What makes this story even more amazing is his actual humble beginnings; since it may have been difficult for anyone to guess that a little boy raised on a pig farm in Nebraska would one day grow up to be Larry the Cable Guy. As it turns out, however, that little farm boy really knew how to “Git-R-Done”. Even with a sometimes busy schedule involving filming for the History Channel, Larry still finds time to tour around the country to let his fans know he loves them. Even children love the shows since the unlikely star lent his voice to Mater on the Pixar movie Cars. And for those who miss Larry in concert halls on the big screen, the December 2013 release of A Madea Christmas will undoubtedly be exciting. As Larry likes to say, “I don’t care who ya are, that’s funny right there”. Tickets start at $35 for General Admission lawn or standing room and up to $175 for VIP seating with lounge and reserved parking available via eventbrite.com. In person for General Admission tickets only at the Black Oak Casino Resort, Gift Basket. This event is an all-ages show. However, children age three or older will require a ticket. Tickets of all types are available for persons with disabilities. Please reach out for any special needs or request for assistance. Gates and box office open at 5 PM, entertainment will start at 7 PM with Larry The Cable Guy taking the stage at 9 PM. Beverages including beer and wine as well as casual food options will be available at the Westside Pavilion to purchase with cash. ATM's are located within the venue. Please, no outside food or drinks. The VIP experience will include a private guest entrance with reserved parking, premium reserved seat, an exclusive bar with select pours, lounge seating and shade, executive restrooms, High-quality TV displays for viewing as well as a unique “Backstage” side viewing platform. Please check your tickets; all sales are final. Seat upgrades are subject to availability. This event at the Westside Pavilion is rain or shine. All purchasers and attendees agree to comply with the rules as posted at venue entrances. Once you complete your purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite on behalf of Black Oak Casino Resort. If you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you still do not see your order confirmation, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.