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If you get the chance, just go!!! One of the best shows ever!
Karen C from San Francisco, California
So funny!! Laughed the entire time!
Debbie martin from Atlanta, Georgia
COULDN'T STOP LAUGHING !
OMG!!!!! MY HUBBY AND I HAD A FABULOUS TIME! STAYED AT THE
GEORGIAN TERRACE, DINNER AT BARONDA!!! JERRY BROUGHT GREAT
REVUNUE TO ATL !!!! STREETS LOOKED LIKE NEW YORK LAST NIGHT!
MR. SEINFELD WAS OFF THE CHARTS, SEATS WERE FANTASTIC!
Jim S from Portland, Oregon
He was so funny and so relevant! I went with
a few coworkers and he brought up so many
things we have talked about in the last few
months and he put a really good spin on it.
Incredibly funny man! If you have the chance
to see him make sure you go!
from Portland, Oregon
Hilarious observations about people!!
Very entertaining!! Loved the show!!
Hope Jerry comes back to Portland soon!!
Mike Hogan from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
KEEPS IT FRESH
Thought Seinfeld was great last night. My only regret is that even though I bought 2
tickets on the first day we ended up in the nose bleed section. Still, he mixed in
enough new material with some reworked stuff and it worked. Highly entertaining.
Go see him from Toronto, Ontario
SEINFELD AS GOOD AS EVER
Saw Jerry Seinfeld at Sony Centre for the first time live and he was fantastic. If you like
the show and the bits he does at the start and end of many of the shows you will love to
see him live. Worth every dollar you spend to see him. Nice and clean comedy and like
the show he makes you laugh about everyday things. No U.S. politics which is a bit
surprising but nice.
Lill from Brantford, Ontario
Very funny man😂
Georgette from Montreal, Quebec
JERRY JERRY JERRY!
HONESTLY MY FACE STILL HURTS I WAS LAUGHING THE WHOLE TIME. My boyfriend and
his family went with us because we're die hard Seinfeld fans. Last night i witness how
much of a phenomenal comedian he is. it was an honor to see him live. It was a shame
that he was first as i didn't find Gad all that funny and a lot of his jokes are on his Anglo-
phone Netflix series but I have to give to the guy for performing in English. Over all
fantastic night ! Jerry is a legend!
Jessica Collins from Jacksonville, Florida
HE KILLED IT!
The master of sets! Love how he takes his
audience inside and outside a particular
topic and then through all of the layers
you've never noticed before about that topic!
You recognize yourself in his show and will
be talking about the scenarios he mentions
well afterwards. Honored to see him live in
Duuuuvaaal! Thank you, Jerry!
Bob from Boston, Massachusetts
JERRY AT THE WANG
Still brilliant comedian after all these years.
Non stop laughter the whole time. Great night.
Definitely recommend seeing him.
Joe Barbieri from Chelmsford, Massachusetts
Jerry Seinfeld is amazing. Saw him live for the first time at the Wang Theatre in Boston
last night. Hysterical, smart and funny from start to finish. Tom Papa was a perfect
opener discussing the human condition with a theme all adults can relate to. The
theatre was beautiful and dinner at Legal Seafood was a perfect start to the evening. If
you've only seen Seinfeld on television, do yourself a favor and go see him live.
Joel Powell from Brighton, Michigan
HUGE LAUGHS - GREAT NIGHT
I attended the 10pm show on 11/11 with my wife. We were gasping for air at several
parts of Jerry's act. He was on stage for a full 90 minutes and it went by very quickly. A
few call backs to the old "show" including "Going out" and having bathroom stall doors
going all the way down to the floor.
Well worth the time and money.
Nick Kurns from Tucson, Arizona
SEINFELD WAS AMAZING!
Jerry was at the top of his game last night. Non stop laughter. The best part was Jerry
not once used politics/racial humility in his routine. That was refreshing. It should
serve as a testament to other comedians that you can be extremely funny without
abrasive subjects. Jerry kept the mantra of the Seinfeld Series alive. A lot of humor
about nothing at all, just hilarious. He was genius. His opening act not so much. The
opening act copied a bit from George Carlin's material. That's called plagiarism,
The downside of the evening was the Tucson Music Hall was not a good place for
this event or any event for that matter. The design of the main floor was atrocious,
the sound system was inadequate. My 28th row seat from stage all I could barely
hear was an echo from the cheap speakers they had up front by the stage. Come on
really?! One would think management should know this flaw. Thankfully, Skip got up
and complained and they then gave us both head phones that saved the show for us
David C Cooper from Tucson, Arizona
HE'S THE BEST!
This is the fourth time we've seen Jerry Seinfeld. Each
time he I s better and better. Love the way he takes
the subject and deconstructs it too it's in a
infinitesimal point and he makes you laugh and think
At the same time , that's what's great about him He
doesn't talk political he just talks about life In the
silly things that we all don't think about. Would see
him again if you came back again.
Carolyn Dee from Orchard Park NY
I have seen Jerry every time he has been to Buffalo and this was his best performance . He proves that to be a GREAT comedian, one does not have to be dirty mouthed, political, or belittling. Pure genius. When asked what was the show about?, I say Nothing.....which is actually EVERYTHING!
BB from New Orleans, Louisiana
STILL THE KING!
We tried to stifle just so we wouldn't miss the next joke. It was rapid fire and perfect delivery. I'd go see his show again in an instant. Still a show about nothing, but it's about everything, and everything is funny if Jerry is observing it.
Jacob from Las Vegas, Nevada
stop reading this and buy tickets. I have never laughed so much and for so long. All great material and was on point. I was blown away
Rob K from Toronto, Ontario
LIVE AT THE BEACON
My 11 year old loves Seinfeld. We happened to be in NYC and were looking for things to do on a friday night. Unbelievably, we noticed he was performing live at the Beacon theater and there were only 5 seats left for 930 . It was 9:00 pm ... We had to go ... I literally booked a ride as we ran to the elevator. From the lobby of the hotel, all you could see was rain and sleet, It was too late to go back for our coats. We rushed outside looked at my phone, Uber was 15 min away, but a cab was sitting right in front of us. There was no time !! We jumped in. Beacon theater please, our show is at 930. . Now time to buy the tickets. Two left orchestra. Purchased and done. We got to the theater just in time. Staff eagerly guided us in. As we sat down, Seinfeld walks on the stage for the beginning of an amazing performance. My son loved the show, buckled over laughing. My only advise. Buy your tickets now.
Brian from Baltimore, Maryland
Absolutely hysterical, Jerry is a comedic genius and a true master of his craft. From society's addiction to 5 hour energy drinks and cell phones, to work bathroom breaks and his love of pop tarts, his material covered it all. He stays relevant, but even the older bits still ring true, he touches on ever aspect we've all experienced and has a way of bringing a childlike sense of wonder and curiosity even at 65 years old. His energy and timing are better than ever, and the show is GOOD FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! There was barely a silent moment, no long stories and overdrawn bits, just nonstop hilarious observations that everyone and anyone can relate to.
Wendy from Kitchener, Ontario
JERRY SEIINFELD IN KITCHENER, ONTARIO
Jerry put on a fantastic show in Kitchener. I'm a huge fan, so big treat to see him live. Non-stop laughing is a great way to spend an evening. We had great seats. Not a show for children, though. The people next to us had a 10 year old with them & had explain many of his jokes. There was some sexual content that was really funny, but not appropriate for kids. I hope he records one of his shows on this tour.
Sweet Sue from Albuquerque, New Mexico
TRULY LAUGHED OUT LOUD NON STOP!!
Family friendly. Only thing that to me could have been avoided was the use of the word GD. Very pleased with our seats, view was fine. Walking distance from several reputable restaurants. We ate at the Wine Dive on 2nd and Gold. Fresh and delicious. We shared charcuterie board, bibb leaf salad with pork belly, and steak bites with fries.
Lori Kaloger from Cleveland, Ohio
JERRY AT STATE THEATER CLEVELAND
This was a surprise birthday celebration for me. I had no idea I would be sitting at a Jerry Seinfeld show on this beautiful nigh in Cleveland, 10-11-2019. Jerry was hilarious. At times, me and my family could not breathe from laughing so much at all his stories and observations. We have been fans since the 80's. This was my third time seeing him, and he never disappoints the audience. His opening act Mark Schiff was just as funny. Total night of laughter! Love that Jerry is a clean entertainer and doesn't bring politics or PC crap at his shows. Happy that Mark Schiff didn't either. We the audience come to laugh and getaway from all the world's problems, not to be indoctrinated. Many of today's comedians could learn a thing or two from Jerry. His shows are about Nothing! And we like it that way.
Brandon from Streamwood, Illinois
JERRY SEINFELD - GREAT SHOW FROM A COMEDY LEGEND
Saw Jerry Seinfeld Saturday night November 2, 2019 at the Chicago Theater. A fantastic show. This was the last of 4 shows over 2 nights and you would never know it. Jerry was in top form! First time we had seen him live now I'm wondering what took me so long??!! Don't miss out on a chance to see him now or in the future.
Rachel from Toledo, Ohio
Went to the Dec. 20 , 2019 performance of JERRY SEINFELD, and laughed pretty much nonstop for the next hour and a half! Outstanding!
Andy M. from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
SO UNBELIEVABLY FUNNY
I never imagined how good this show would be. So funny, unbelievable comedic skills. I loved it!
Teddy from Worcester, Massachusetts
JERRY IS SO HILARIOUS
I saw Jerry last night at the Hanover theater in Worcester. I laughed through the entire show, I didn’t want it to end. Can’t wait to see his new film “Unfrosted- the pop tart story”
Teresa Vierra from Midland, Texas
Omg-without a doubt the most hilarious show of all time. I was surprised by my two kids and 5 grandkids for my 70th birthday. Seinfeld has been a part of our family’s humor for what seems like forever. Just perfect could NEVER be out done is how I would rate his show.
Robert Miller from Tucson, Arizona
MOST POLISHED STANDUP EVER
Poised polished and clean. Saw him at Laffs in Tucson in the late 70s early 80s. Even then head and shoulders above his contemporaries. Observations were accurate and clever. His word smithing is unequalled. He still has it and always will. Worth every penny. Try to see him live. You won’t be disappointed.
Rosie Jones from Santa Barbara, California
VINTAGE SEINFELD IN FULL FORM
The night started out poorly. The tickets I purchased for this show directly from the Arlington theater, which I paid $300 for two, which were supposed to be orchestra center row 5, didn’t exist. The theaters response? They put my mother, who flew from Boston for this, in the handicapped section in the very back of the theater. I guess they didn’t expect a patron in a wheelchair to show up. It was awful. Anyways, Jerry killed it. He was on point from the beginning until the end. He did mostly new material, which by his own admission was the reason for his notes on stage. He even joked about how the 930 show was in for treat since we were the test audience. It was a true treat to finally see my comedic idol live. He has not lost it.
K Jones from Richmond, Virginia
DREAM COME TRUE!
Hated for it to end… hope to see him again someday!
Roberta Baroth from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
JERRY SEINFELD BROWARD CENTER
I saw Jerry Seinfeld last night at Au-Rene Broward Center and loved the show. Jerry was enthusiastic and funny and a great entertainer. He mixed some of his older bits with new stuff. I enjoyed his stories about his family life. I sat up in the balcony but heard everything. His voice really went high a lot when he emphasized the punchline like he tends to do. He looked good and dressed classy. Wished the show lasted longer.
VY from New York, New York
He was amazing!
RR Piper from NJ
LIVED UP TO THE HYPE
Rarely these days does a show live up to expectations…this one did and then some.
Lee Hatfield from Connecticut
STILL AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME
We saw Jerry live for the second time at the Beacon Theater, NYC on January 21, 2023. We first saw him there one month before everything shut down around March 2020. This was our first visit back to the city since 2020 the whole atmosphere in Manhattan made it seem as were back in the pre-pandemic days. Seinfeld was a joy to see then and was great last weekend. The whole audience constantly laughed at his observations about life and he did it without being profane or negative. Thankfully, he stayed away from politics. Just an evening of real enjoyment from one of comedy's best.
Kevin Cowen from Boynton Beach, FL
VERY GOOD SHOW!
My family and I went to see Jerry and were very happy. Three non Jerry issues, though.
Mario Joyner, opening, was funny, but very hard to hear at times.
There are no screens!So if you are in the balcony, YOU CANNOT SEE MORE THAN A BLUR!
Nice place, horrible location. Lots of homeless in the area. People stopped us and it was very uncomfortable.
Jerry was good but I feel like he ran out of gas at the end. He said "So we have a few minutes," and started just talking about stuff that people shouted out. He needed a little more material without having to go this route.
He was funny for most of it, with a couple of duds-not many-along the way. Would def see again albeit at a different location.
Tim O'Shei from Buffalo, New York
SEINFELD AT SHEA'S BUFFALO 4/21/23
Great show including opening comedian mark something
Edward Reader from Montreal, Quebec
JERRY SEINFELD BELL CENTER 26 JULY 2017
Kinda disappointed....Basically same show we saw a year ago in Place des Arts in Montreal. He is funny but come on; for $140 I expected new material. And no way in the world should he open for Gad. Gad is funny and entertaining but most of his material was old school also. First time I saw Jerry live, I laughed my guts out; but he is not so funny second time around.
Wendy from Kitchener, Ontario
SHORT BUT GOOD
Jerry was wonderful, it was brief, but pretty good. Had a hard time with the sound system though; you couldn't hear everything. You would think after all these years the AUD would have it down pat.
Disappointed from Saginaw, Michigan
Used a lot of old material from 2012, the last time he was in Saginaw. Could not believe he had to use note cards to remember his jokes. Might be time to hang it up Jerry!
Rick L from Phoenix, Arizona
WORK IN PROGRESS
Had some funny moments, but it seemed like a work in progress. The act should be polished when taking it out on tour, and he shouldn’t need to continually return to the stool to read his notes. I felt like he was still working on his act and would have it ready later for a Netflix special.
Bay Area Attorney Mom from Reno, Nevada
GREAT SHOW UNTIL THE BIT WHERE HE THINKS RAPE IS NO BIG DEAL
I’ve loved Seinfeld for decades. Watched all his shows and seen him in standup several times. But I was so taken aback by his bit comparing humans to the animal kingdom and about how rape is no acceptable and OK in the animal kingdom and implying human women are making too big a deal with rape. I felt sick to my stomach.
Roger from New Jersey
COULD HAVE DIED NE BETTER
We got tickets to see Jerry for Christmas. I didn’t watch the Seinfeld tv series as it didn’t appeal to me all the time nor are either of us our big fans of his material but we were open minded and wanted to give it a try.
First time at Beacon theatre and it was magnificent- Jerry not so much. He did have his moments but overall his performance was mediocre. We went to the 7 PM show but he kept looking at his watch as if he was catching a train - oh wait he had to wrap it up for the next show starting at 930. Sound system was a bit off too.
His material at times was very funny - other times blasé - as I mentioned overall mediocre. I’m glad I didn’t pay for the tickets. My recommendation based on the cost - do one longer show a night and actually demonstrate to the audience that you’re not just mailing it in which is how it appeared.
Carol from West Palm Beach, Florida
JERRY AT THE KRAVIS
This is the third time we have seen at the Kravis. First two times he gave a great performance, almost 90 minutes. This time we were disappointed. His opening act came on at 7:10 for a 7:00 show, and was onstage until 7:25. Jerry came on as he exited the stage also at 7:25. He finished at 8:22,with the last five minutes being “ question and answer” He barely gave us a full hour. He had a 9:30 show following ours, and we felt as though he rushed this performance. Although his performance is still spot on, we will not be going to see him again.
Living on the Upper West side from New York, New York
STUMBLING THROUGH OLD MATERIAL
Expensive tickets to see this show, and I would have expected Seinfeld to be more polished. He's reading from notecards and stumbling between jokes with a lot of filler language. A surprising amount of his material was old, and why? He's had nearly 3 years to prepare this show, so why not write some new bits? He remains a superlative performer--even better than before--but his material and lack fo preparation gave me the sense he doesn't care about his audience.
Justin from New York, New York
Just saw Seinfeld at the Beacon. I am an enormous Seinfeld fan and was extremely excited to see the show. The last time i saw him i laughed for 90 straight minutes.
I never thought I would say this, but I was extremely disappointed. He seemed unprepared as he kept losing his place and referring to notecards. He completely bombed a work from home joke by confusing “work” and “home” and then said “oops”. More importantly, the material was either recycled or just meh. If you’re going to try out new material, do it at small comedy clubs where the patrons aren’t paying an arm and a leg to come and see you. You owe your fans a fully polished show when you start charging them big money to see you.
Very very disappointing.
Weed from New York, New York
I was glad to see Jerry Seinfeld in person, as he's an icon of standup comedy. He certainly had presence, and some of his bits made me smile. A couple evoked a small laugh. Why didn't I find the show hilarious? A lot of people in the audience seemed to. I was ready to laugh. But. I wish he had mined more from his experience of not wanting to do anything. That was good and promised to be rich but somehow he didn't get there. He milked the jet ski and golf cart jokes (he ridiculed both), which were humorous but not laugh-out-loud funny (for me). Maybe he could try slowing down instead of speeding up. Tell us more about his more detailed experience of each instead of rushing through his ridicule on repeat. Also, he tended to play to the audience at stage right, which made this audience member over at stage left a bit frustrated. Do his people not tell him about this?
Thomas from Ottawa, Ontario
TIRED DELIVERY OF OLD MATERIAL
I'll start off by saying I'm a BIG Seinfeld fan. I grew up on his show, I love comedians in cars, and I take in as many interviews, specials and performances as I can.
This was my 3rd time seeing Seinfeld in Ottawa, and it was by far the worst, and one of the most disappointing evenings I can recall. I'd already heard every joke he told, and the last time I saw him was 4 years prior. Not a great start. He seemed to be rambling a lot, "what were we talking about? Oh right" seemed to be his favourite line. For a comedian who preaches the importance of each word in a joke, it was such a start departure that It was almost disorienting.
The loudest noise from the crowd came when he ran on stage, and it petered out from there until the end, when he was met with a standing ovation, because it's Seinfeld, and it's Ottawa.
I've loved his past performances, and will continue to love what he has done, but in my estimation this past show was an almost tragic end to a magnificent career.
Jack from Buffalo, New York
I paid almost $500 for 2 tickets (including fees) only to have it last about an hour!!!! 😡
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