Jeff Dunham Madison Tickets
Jeff Dunham is the king of comedy and ventriloquism. He has been so for many years, a title solidified in 2015 when he sold more tickets than any solo entertainer. Guinness announced this as a world record, and the “Passively Aggressive” trek became a huge hit. Since then, the comedian has introduced a whole new set of puppets on the “Relative Disaster” comedy special, which aired on Netflix in 2017. This show was well-received and the comedian is now taking it on the road in a brand new world tour. Purchase Jeff Dunham Madison tickets to attend his show at the Alliant Energy Center Coliseum.
The ventriloquist cum comedian is an American through and through. However, since he is a well-traveled American, his encounters from other parts of the world find their way into his comedy as well. Dunham builds his material around stereotypes and perception. He uses his puppets to highlight social and political truths in an entertaining manner. He even uses them to discuss taboo subjects which receive a mixture of shock and laughter from audiences. His famous puppets include ‘Achmed’, the dead terrorist. Achmed is a skeleton who killed himself in a terrorist blast and is now used as a satirical counterpart to a discussion on discrimination against Middle-Eastern people. The comic often faces backlash for his oft-controversial jokes, but that is something any comedian of repute would welcome. And Jeff Dunham is a comedian of repute.
Rise to Fame
In 2017, the acclaimed entertainer was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. With this, he is officially recognized as an invaluable addition to show biz, joining esteemed names such as Steve Martin, Marilyn Monroe, Chris Pratt and Ryan Reynolds. The ceremony was attended by a host of Dunham’s friends, and he was inducted by fellow comedian Seth Macfarlane. Jay Leno and Howie Mandel were present on this occasion as well.
Having received great reviews to his comedy special, Dunham is ready to take “Relative Disaster” on the road. The comedian will be performing at the Alliant Energy Center Coliseum in 2018. This is one of many chances to catch the comedian at his best.