Queen Elizabeth Theatre | Vancouver, British Columbia
Greet the new year with laughter as comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld kicks off his annual tour in Vancouver, BC, with a second-day showing on Saturday, January 6! The standup star will grace the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for a two-night engagement, offering four chances to catch his hilarious act before he heads to Florida. While contemporary standup often delves into darker and explicit subjects, Jerry Seinfeld sticks to his timeless style, making sharp, relatable observations of everyday life since 1976. Besides his iconic sitcom “Seinfeld,” he's been active in more current projects like the Netflix “23 Hours to Kill” special and the “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” web talk show, all carrying that classic Seinfeld charm. The comedy icon, honored with a Primetime Emmy Award, a Golden Globe, and more, finds a fitting stage at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, which features stunning sightlines and an impeccably polished backdrop. Click the “Get Tickets” button today to see Jerry Seinfeld LIVE this January!
The new year is shaping up for one hell of a start because Jerry Seinfeld himself is throwing the kickoff party! The man, the myth, the laugh-out legend will begin his annual standup tour here in Vancouver, BC, with a two-night engagement at the esteemed Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Two shows will be set consecutively each night, giving audiences FOUR chances to catch Jerry before he moves on to Florida. His curtains will close on a Saturday, January 6, so drag your friends along and witness one of the pioneering forces of American comedy!
"Absolutely hysterical. Jerry is a comedic genius and a true master of his craft. From society's addiction to 5-hour energy drinks to work bathroom breaks... He touches on every aspect we've all experienced and has a way of bringing a childlike sense of wonder and curiosity."
These past years, the world of standup has been venturing into darker topics and more explicit themes, a reflection of the country's current social climate. But amidst the political and sex jokes, Jerry Seinfeld stands strong as a stalwart in standup traditions, employing his clean, observation-based brand of live comedy. Since 1976, this standup artist has sent crowds howling in tearful laughter with smart, subtle, and unrelentingly relatable quips that never fail to explore mundane things in eye-opening detail.
We all know him as the semi-fictionalized version of himself in the smash '90s sitcom "Seinfeld," but did you know that our funny man has been lighting up the comedy scene with more recent endeavors? Take your pick! The meme culture darling "Bee Movie." Netflix's hit standup special "23 Hours to Kill." Popular internet talk show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." There's no shortage of the classic Seinfeld vibe if you're craving some!
In award circuits, Jerry Seinfeld is granted the sought-after Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, honoring the eponymous career-defining sitcom, not to mention two SAG Awards and one Golden Globe. He also has five Producers Guild of America Awards for his work in the "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" web series.
A historic icon deserves a historic venue. The Queen Elizabeth Theatre welcomes Jerry Seinfeld and his fans into its storied walls, offering a truly unforgettable experience with first-class seats, clear sightlines, and a gorgeous stage that looks specifically made to backdrop the performer as he waxes comedic. Save the date, Saturday, January 6, and book your tickets now!