Puddles Pity Party Tickets
For artists persona is everything. Mike Geier, known by his stage name Puddles Pity Party, is an entertainer and singer. Almost 6 feet 8 inches tall, Geier dresses as a sad clown and has found immense fame because of his mellifluous baritone voice. Based in Atlanta, his cover of Lorde’s hit single “Royals” went viral on YouTube and made him a household name. In 2017, Puddles Pity Party participated in America’s Got Talent and impressed the judges with his outstanding voice. He was eventually eliminated during the quarterfinals but not before making his mark. The white-faced, not a happy clown is taking his incredible voice and humor on a tour, Puddles Pity Party tickets for which are now available.
Puddles Pity Party Tickets
- Buy Puddles Pity Party, Capitol Center For The Arts - NH Tickets for 11/14 07:30 PM Puddles Pity Party, Capitol Center For The Arts - NH tickets for 11/14 07:30 PM at Capitol Center For The Arts NH, Concord, NH
- Sat Nov 14 2020
- Buy Puddles Pity Party, City Winery - Philadelphia Tickets for 11/17 07:00 PM Puddles Pity Party, City Winery - Philadelphia tickets for 11/17 07:00 PM at City Winery Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
- Tue Nov 17 2020
- Buy Puddles Pity Party, City Winery - Philadelphia Tickets for 11/18 07:00 PM Puddles Pity Party, City Winery - Philadelphia tickets for 11/18 07:00 PM at City Winery Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
- Wed Nov 18 2020
A Sad Clown Piques Interest of the Masses
Taking on the persona of a somber clown, Mike Geier, aka Puddles Pity Party is a live performer, entertainer and singer. Mostly singing cover songs that fit well into his sad clown character, the Pity Party refers to the constant pressure that performers, especially clowns are in to make people laugh. Through his guise he’s giving the message that it’s alright to be sad and wallow from time to time. Crying it out is therapeutic and it lifts a whole lot of weight off your chest.
Another unique thing about Puddles is that he maintains silence off-stage. He doesn’t talk to media or give interviews, stating that the world is already noisy enough. Watching him perform live is like a brewing storm – he strolls quietly onto the stage, slowly building thunder with his voice and then there are tears, falling like the precious raindrops.
Puddles Pity Party started performing in 1990 and after relocating to Atlanta, Georgia in 1995, appeared regularly in the vaudevillian cabarets. He has been a part of numerous tours including Eels “Wonderful, Glorious” 2013 US and European trek.
Puddles Pity Party – Breakthrough & Recognition
In 2013, during Halloween season, Puddles recorded his cover of Lorde’s “Royals” and it caused a collective frenzy among the fans. His fan following increased manifold and he was invited at popular music festivals. From Melbourne’s International Comedy Festival to Belgium’s Gent Festival, Puddles rocked the stage everywhere. His performance at the 2014 La Soiree Southbank show in London earned him an Olivier Award.
Neil Patrick Harris handpicked him for HBO Canada’s Just for Laughs’ “Circus Awesomeus” gala, in which he mesmerized the audience with his eclectic demeanor. Giving the fans what they want, Puddles often take in requests. His rendition of “Losing My Religion” appeared after thousands of direct requests on his email and Facebook account.
Promising fans with Puddles Pity Party tickets a night of sing-alongs and cry-alongs, Geier will leave you dumbfounded with his playful absurdity and sonic wonderment. A one-of-a-kind experience, each of his pity party is ingenious.
In this beautiful yet sad world, Puddles has a lot of big dreams. He plans on extending his Pity Party family by travelling around the world. Puddles is even hoping to release an album soon and maybe star in his own television show. And even bigger dream – he wants to sing the National Anthem at a Chicago Cubs game and be at the St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Here’s a loud shout out to the sad clown who perceives happiness in a completely different way. Who stirred the judges with his performance on America’s Got Talent and made countless people fall in love with his character. Watch Puddles Pity Party live when he brings his latest tour to your town.
Puddles Pity Party Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Puddles Pity Party's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Concord at the Capitol Center For The Arts - NH on 14-Nov-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Palm Desert at the Mccallum Theatre on 5-Mar-21. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Puddles Pity Party||Capitol Center For The Arts - NH||Concord, NH||Sat Nov 14 202007:30 PM|
|Puddles Pity Party||City Winery - Philadelphia||Philadelphia, PA||Tue Nov 17 202007:00 PM|
|Puddles Pity Party||City Winery - Philadelphia||Philadelphia, PA||Wed Nov 18 202007:00 PM|
|Puddles Pity Party||Mccallum Theatre||Palm Desert, CA||Fri Mar 05 202108:00 PM|
Puddles Pity Party Ticket Prices
The average price for Puddles Pity Party Tickets start from $65. The minimum get in price is $30 for Puddles Pity Party Tickets at the Mccallum Theatre, Palm Desert. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Puddles Pity Party||Concord||14-Nov-20||$137||$46|
|Puddles Pity Party||Philadelphia||17-Nov-20||$74||$66|
|Puddles Pity Party||Philadelphia||18-Nov-20||$74||$66|
|Puddles Pity Party||Palm Desert||5-Mar-21||$65||$30|
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