Get tickets to Sebastian Maniscalco 2024 ‘It Ain’t Right Tour’

Get tickets to Sebastian Maniscalco 2024 ‘It Ain’t Right Tour’

Sebastian Maniscalco has some grievances to air.

According to the popular comic’s Instagram, he’s not happy with “$70 parking, paying extra to feed giraffes at zoos” and a number of other inconveniences.

So, he’s taking those complaints on the road in 2024 in what he’s calling the ‘It Ain’t Right Tour.’

Along the way, the 50-year-old will make a number of stops in New York.

First up, he’ll perform back-to-back nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, Sept. 18 and Thursday, Sept. 19.

After that, you can find the “About My Father” star headlining at Albany’s MVP Arena on Thursday, Oct. 3, Rochester’s Blue Cross Arena on Friday, Nov. 15, Buffalo’s KeyBank Center on Saturday, Nov. 16 and Syracuse’s Oncenter War Memorial Arena on Sunday, Nov. 17.

And if you think waiting for tickets “ain’t right,” we’re here to help you get them as soon as today.

Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Dec. 1, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.

Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.

Sebastian Maniscalco 2024 tour schedule

Prior to the ‘It Ain’t Right Tour,’ Maniscalco will headline 16 shows at Las Vegas’ Encore Theater at the Wynn from January through May 2024 as part of his ‘Sebastian Maniscalco: Live In Las Vegas’ residency.

You can find tickets for all dates at the Sin City venue here.

Then, come summer, he’ll kick off the 47-gig ‘It Ain’t Right Tour’ on Thursday, July 11 at Norfolk, VA’s Scope Arena.

After that, he’ll play major markets like Atlanta (July 20), Houston (Aug. 8), Philadelphia (Sept. 27), Boston (Oct. 4) and his hometown Chicago (Nov. 8-9).

Maniscalco will end the arena run at Des Moines, IA’s Wells Fargo Arena on Sunday, Dec. 15.

Want to find out if Sebastian is headed to your city? Check out a complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets here.

Sebastian Maniscalco comedy specials

Way back in 1998, Maniscalco began his comedy career after moving to LA.

In the 25 years since, he’s released six comedy specials.

If you’d like to catch up with his material prior to seeing him live, here’s where you can find his work:

“Sebastian Live” (2009) streaming on Amazon Prime

“What’s Wrong with People?” (2012) is not available online

“Aren’t You Embarrassed?” (2014) streaming on Netflix

“Why Would You Do That?” (2016) streaming on Netflix

“Stay Hungry” (2019) streaming on Netflix

“Is It Me” (2022) streaming on Netflix

Upcoming Sebastian Maniscalco projects

On top of his stand-up career, Maniscalco has carved out a nice little acting side hustle for himself.

Earlier this year, he starred in “About My Father,” a semi-autobiographical tale about a weekend at his well-to-do fiancee’s home with his father played by Robert DeNiro.

Next up, Maniscalco will take center stage in HBO Max’s “Bookie,” an eight-episode comedy series where he stars as the titular bookie alongside big names like Charlie Sheen and Jorge Garcia aka Hurley from “Lost.”

After that, the character actor lends his talents to John Krasinki’s “If,” which follows a young girl who goes through a difficult experience and then begins to see everyone’s imaginary friends who have been left behind as their real-life friends have grown up.

The star-studded cast includes Emily Blunt, Ryan Reynolds, Matt Damon, Steve Carell and Vince Vaughn.

Huge comedians on tour in 2023-24

Many of comedy’s biggest household names are pounding the pavement this year and next.

Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss live.

• Nate Bargatze

• John Mulaney

• Pete Davidson

• Katt Williams

• Bert Kreischer

Who else is out and about? Check out our list of the 51 biggest comedians on tour in 2023 here to find out.

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