Get the cheapest tickets to see Matt Rife on the ‘ProbleMATTIC Tour’

Get the cheapest tickets to see Matt Rife on the ‘ProbleMATTIC Tour’

If you need more Matt Rife after catching his controversial new Netflix special “Natural Selection,” he’s got you covered.

The 28-year-old comic is currently on tour, and as of now, has over 150 (!) North American headlining spots on his 2023-24 ‘ProbleMATTic Tour.’

That includes quite a few stops in New York.

First up, he’ll drop into Schenectady’s Proctors Theatre from Jan. 31 through Feb. 1.

After that, Rife is scheduled to bring the funny to New York City’s Radio City Music Hall from Feb. 2-4, Waterloo’s The Vine at Del Lago Resort and Casino on March 28-29 and Syracuse’s Landmark Theatre on March 30.

And if you’re wondering how much tickets cost to see the rapidly rising and divisive crowd work comedian on the road, we’re here to lend a helping hand.

Our team combed through every city on the ‘ProbleMATTIC Tour’ and found the cheapest tickets available for each venue he’s performing at from now until September 2024.

Word to the wise- you’ll probably want to go to his late shows.

Without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about Matt Rife’s upcoming tour dates.

Matt Rife 2023-24 tour schedule

A somewhat* complete calendar including all venues and best prices for said club or theater can be found below.

Matt Rife tour dates Ticket prices
start at
Nov. 24-25 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
four shows at the venue
$41
Nov. 29 at the Luther Burbank Center For The Arts in Santa Rosa, CA
two shows at the venue
$111
Nov. 30 at the San Jose Civic in San Jose, CA
two shows at the venue
$108
Dec. 1 at the Hard Rock Live in Sacramento, CA
two shows at the venue
$118
Dec. 2-3 at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento, CA
two shows at the venue
$44
Dec. 7 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in North Charleston, SC
two shows at the venue
$113
Dec. 8 at the Township Auditorium in Columbia, SC
two shows at the venue
$119
Dec. 9 at the Columbia County Performing Arts Center in Evans, GA
two shows at the venue
$102
Dec. 10 at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte, NC
two shows at the venue
$121
Dec. 14-16 at Off The Hook Comedy Club in Naples, FL
five shows at the venue
$475
Dec. 31 at the Louisville Palace in Louisville, KY
two shows at the venue
$138
Jan. 31 through Feb. 1 at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady, NY
four shows at the venue
$218
Feb. 2-4 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY
five shows at the venue
$85
Feb. 7 at the Riverside Theatre in Milwaukee, WI
two shows at the venue
$176
Feb. 8 at the DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids, MI
two shows at the venue
$177
Feb. 9-10 at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI
four shows at the venue
$221
Feb. 14 at the Indiana University Auditorium in Bloomington, IN
two shows at the venue
$74
Feb. 15 at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium in Knoxville, TN
two shows at the venue
$143
Feb. 16 at the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, TN
two shows at the venue
$128
Feb. 17 at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans, LA
two shows at the venue
$189
Feb. 22-25 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT
four shows at the venue
$60
Feb. 28 at the Washington Pavilion of Arts & Science in Sioux Falls, SD
two shows at the venue
$233
Feb. 29 at the DECC Symphony Hall in Duluth, MN
two shows at the venue
$67
March 1-2 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN
four shows at the venue
$100
March 7 at TCU Place in Saskatoon, SK, CA
two shows at the venue
$128
March 8 at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina, SK, CA
two shows at the venue
$139
March 9-10 at the Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg, MB, CA
four shows at the venue
$52
March 13 at the Royal Theatre in Victoria, BC, CA
two shows at the venue
$103
March 14 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, BC, CA
two shows at the venue
$113
March 15-16 at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, AB, CA
four shows at the venue
$77
March 17 at the Jack Singer Hall in Calgary, AB, CA
two shows at the venue
$231
March 20 at the Centennial Hall in London, ON, CA
two shows at the venue
$77
March 21-22 at the Massey Hall in Toronto, ON, CA
four shows at the venue
$75
March 24 at the FirstOntario Concert Hall in Hamilton, ON, CA
two shows at the venue
$65
March 28-29 at The Vine at Del Lago Resort and Casino in Waterloo, NY
four shows at the venue
$103
March 30 at the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, NY
two shows at the venue
$75
March 31 at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.
two shows at the venue
$104
April 4 at Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City, UT
two shows at the venue
$155
April 5-7 at the Bellco Theatre in Denver, CO
six shows at the venue
$81
April 12-13 at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, CA
four shows at the venue
$47
April 18 at the Merrill Auditorium in Portland, ME
two shows at the venue
$198
April 19-21 at the MGM Music Hall in Boston, MA
six shows at the venue
$92
April 25 at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA
two shows at the venue
$208
April 26-27 at The Met in Philadelphia, PA
four shows at the venue
$87
April 28 at the Altria Theater in Richmond, VA
two shows at the venue
$106
May 9 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, OR
two shows at the venue
$126
May 10-11 at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA
four shows at the venue
$75
May 15-19 at the Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix, AZ
nine shows at the venue
$63
May 30 through June 2 at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL
eight shows at the venue
$100
June 6-9 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
eight shows at the venue
$95
Sept. 7 at the Cardiff International Arena in Cardiff, GB
one show at the venue
$194

*The above list does not include tickets for all tour dates; just the show at each venue with the cheapest tickets at the time of publication, which may fluctuate.

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

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Matt Rife comedy specials

Rife has had quite a whirlwind decade.

After appearing in shows like MTV’s “Wild ‘n Out” and NBC’s “Bring The Funny,” Rife found his following on TikTok and YouTube this year.

If you want to stream longer-form specials of his on YouTube and Netflix, here’s where you can find them:

“Only Fans” (2021) streaming on YouTube

“Matthew Steven Rife” (2023) streaming on YouTube

“Walking Red Flag” (2023) streaming on YouTube

“Natural Selection” (2023) streaming on Netflix

Matt Rife controversy

Rife recently dropped his first Netflix special and soon after it hit the streamer, viewers were upset.

After describing the state of Maryland to the crowd, he jumped into an anecdote about a waitress he encountered in the state with a black eye.

“My boy, who I was with, was like, ‘Yeah, I feel bad for her, man, I feel like they should put her in the kitchen or something where nobody has to see her face,’” Rife joked.

“And I was like, ‘Yeah, but I feel like if she could cook, she wouldn’t have that black eye.’”

Many fans of his didn’t appreciate the bit.

“The way women catapulted Matt Rife into popularity and the second he gets a comedy special on Netflix he immediately betrays them with a joke about domestic violence crazy innit,” one user slammed according to the New York Post.

In response, Rife volleyed back with a silly apology where he offered those that were offended special needs helmets.

To read more about the back and forth, you can find the NY Post’s story here.

Matt Rife upcoming projects

Rife, who counts Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis as fans — as evidenced by his goofy, 2.5-minute tour announcement video — has quite a few irons in the fire.

Here are all of Rife’s TV and movie roles on the horizon courtesy of IMDb.

“Don’t Suck” stars Rife as an up-and-coming young comic with an unexpected past who hits the road with a veteran comedian who’s using the tour as a last chance at stardom. Stand up veterans Jamie Kennedy, Russell Peters, Carrot Top, Jimmy ‘JJ’ Walker and Jimmy Shubert round out the cast.

“The Private Eye” tells the story of Mort Madison (Rife), a private eye whose life is spiraling downward, when a beguiling, slightly familiar woman hires him for his most unusual case. Familiar faces in the cast include Eric Roberts and Erik Griffin.

“Trapped Inn” is a sci-fi thriller about an American cycling team trapped in a historic lodge during training camp high in remote European mountains. After team members mysteriously perish, two rival teammates clash as they fight for survival and try to find out what’s killing everyone on the team.

“Candy Flip” has no story to speak of at the moment; the film’s IMDb says the “plot (is being) kept under wrap.” Cole Carter, Danielle Loving and Jessica Belkin star.

“Karma’s a B—-“ follows Charley Stevens (Isabella Blake-Thomas) as she moves to her her recently deceased mother’s hometown. Upon arrival, she is plagued with strange nightmares that tease a horrific event, hinting at why her mother left town. Rife and Blake-Thomas are joined by Tony Todd in the ensemble.

Comedians on the road in 2023

Many household name acts are taking their punchlines to venues near and far this year.

Below, you’ll find just five of our favorite iconic performers you won’t want to miss live these next few months.

• Bert Kreischer

• Tom Segura

• Nate Bargatze

• Gabriel Iglesias

• Jo Koy

Who else is hitting the stage this year? Check out our list of the 51 biggest comedians on tour in 2023 here to find out.

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