Seats Still Available for Jerry Seinfeld – Minneapolis
With just a few weeks left before Jerry Seinfeld arrives at the Orpheum, procrastinators and latecomers who want to see him live still have time to buy a ticket. The late show on Thursday holds the most opportunity to sit together if you’re not going alone. All of the shows still have single seats available. As we draw closer to the performance, however, it is likely that all shows will be sold out.
And it’s no wonder why.
Between original airing, syndication, and platforms like Hulu, Seinfeld spans the generations, continuing to entertain decade after decade. The brilliance of the “show about nothing” is that it’s instantly relatable, even during a time when we have more technology and conveniences than when the show first aired. It focuses on the frustration of every day occurrences, specifically personal interactions, that make us wonder, “What is wrong with people?” That’s the kind of day-to-day that will never change, that will always be relevant, and will always be hilarious when Jerry Seinfeld makes fun of it.
If you’re looking for comic relief that is appropriate for just about anyone, don’t wait to buy your tickets to Jerry Seinfeld at the Orpheum Theatre. He’s doing four shows between January 19th and 20th. Tickets are $50 – $150. Also, you can find $6 parking very close to the venue for all shows. The Park and Shop ramps offer the discount after 4 pm Monday – Saturday and all day Sundays.