Larry The Cable Guy Las Vegas Tickets
If you are a fan of comedy then get set for an evening to remember as one of the leading comedians of the country is now ready to hit Las Vegas for his upcoming shows. Popularly known by his stage name Larry the Cable Guy, Daniel Lawrence Whitney is a voice actor, actor and comedian. He adopted his stage name after performing the character of Larry in one of his shows. He is widely known for playing extremely funny and hilarious roles that always make people laugh. He will now perform at the Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas. Buy Larry the Cable Guy Las Vegas tickets and enjoy his performances at the jam-packed auditorium.
Daniel Whitney was born in the town of Nebraska in 1963. His father, Tom Whitney was an entertainer and a guitarist. Whitney started his career as a comedian in 1990 by regularly appearing on shows such as the Chris Bake Show, the Ron and Ron Show and the Todd and Tyler Show. Later, he went on to release his three comedy albums including Morning Constitutions, Lord, I Apologize and the Right to Bare Arms between the years 2001 to 2007.
All his albums went on to become big hits and he gained a large fan following. In 2011, Whitney launched his travelogue series which were aired on the History Channel. Whitney is also a philanthropist. In September of 2010, he donated around $5 million for sick children to Arnold Palmer Hospital in Florida. He also contributed theatrical equipment for a high school in his hometown, Nebraska. He married Cara Whitney in 2005 and has one son and a daughter.
In his comedy shows he touches upon various different topics such as food, hygiene, family, human sexuality, obesity and culture. Now you can experience his upcoming shows live. Get Larry the Cable Guy Las Vegas tickets to enjoy all the fun and excitement at the Pearl Concert Theater, Las Vegas.
Q:Will the seats against the Larry The Cable Guy Las Vegas Tickets that I bought be together?
A:Unless it said otherwise in the seller's note when you placed the order for Larry The Cable Guy Las Vegas Nv Tickets, yes, the seats will definitely be together. To avoid any sort of confusion, usually the seat numbers aren't mentioned on the tickets, however you can always make sure by checking out the rows and sections.