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Rescheduled from 3/27/20


Saturday, August 15
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$20 to $35


The Gary Gulman: Peace of Mind Tour performance scheduled to take place on August 15, 2020 is being moved into 2021.

Information regarding a rescheduled date will be announced as soon as possible. Tickets purchased for the originally scheduled performance will remain valid for the new date and will not need to be exchanged, so please hang on to your original ticket for entrance.

A message from the Artist:

Hello Friends,

I want to thank you for purchasing tickets to see my PEACE OF MIND TOUR. I was so excited to bring it to the Twin Cities and to see all of you.

I’ve been monitoring the state and local rules with my peoples and the venues. I was hoping that by Fall, it would be safe enough to perform for you. Alas, I think the safest and most responsible thing to do at this point is move this show into 2021. I know. It sounds like a really long time but at my age it will be here in what feels like a few breakfasts.

We are hard at work finding new dates, and we will be in touch with more information soon! In the meantime, hang onto your tickets. If you need to request a refund, information is in the above email from the venue.

I am only getting funnier which will add value to your purchase. I hope to see you soon, and stay safe, I need you in the audience in 2021!

Much Love (I mean it!),

The Gary Gulman show originally scheduled for March 27 has been rescheduled and will take place on August 15, 2020. All tickets purchased for the March 27 performance will remain valid for the new date, so please hang on to your original ticket for entrance.

Gary will be performing over an hour of new material that he’s never performed here!


Over 25 years in comedy, Gary Gulman has established himself as an eminent performer and peerless writer. His most recent standup special for HBO, The Great Depresh, is a universally acclaimed, tour de force look at mental illness, equal parts hilarious and inspiring. 

A product of Boston, Gulman has been a scholarship college football player, an accountant, and a high school teacher. He has made countless television appearances as both a comedian and an actor. He is currently writing a memoir for Flatiron Books, tentatively titled K Through 12.