So Gallagher is coming and its going to be his last time in San Diego as this is his retirement tour. There are two shows 7:30 pm & 9:30 pm, so you'll have to pick which show you want to go to. This is a special event, so there is admission and a two item min. Tickets are $25 for GA and $35 for VIP. You can the complete details below.
Tickets can be purchased at (http://www.thecomedypalace.com/)
There are great comics and then there are legendary comics; Rising Legends Ent. is proud to present: "Legends Series" a monthly show starring some of the most legendary comics around.
Starring this month is Gallagher featuring Dan Bublitz Jr & Brandon Young.
**Due to time constraints, there will not be any smashing of fruit.
About Gallagher (http://gallaghersmash.com/):
After college, Gallagher began working as comic/musician Jim Stafford's road manager. Stafford and Gallagher traveled to California in 1969, during which time Gallagher decided to perform himself. He began honing his own comedy act while frequenting both The Comedy Store and the Ice House. He was repeatedly denied appearance on The Tonight Show in the 1970s and 1980s, as Johnny Carson disliked prop comedy. However, he was liked by some of the program's staff, and Gallagher eventually performed several times on the show when guest hosts were filling in for Carson.
Gallagher was one of the most popular and recognizable American comedians during the 1980s. He performed 14 comedy specials for Showtime. These shows have been re-broadcast numerous times, notably on Comedy Central. His first special was directed by Mike Nesmith, formerly of The Monkees.
Running for Governor (as an independent) in the 2003 California recall election, Gallagher finished 16th out of 135 candidates with 5,466 votes
One of the fathers of "prop comedy," Gallagher is probably best known for his signature "Sledge-o-Matic" bit, in which he demolishes watermelons (and other objects) with a sledgehammer at the end of each set. Though he reached the height of his popularity in the 1980s, Gallagher has been performing stand-up comedy for over 40 years. In recent years, he has turned more right-wing and political, often expressing controversial opinions on matters of race and homosexuality. Don't worry, though: he still smashes things, too.
General Admission: $25
VIP Admission: (no waiting in line and preferred seating): $35
Doors: Open at 6:30PM
Showtimes: 7:30 & 9:30PM
Age: 18 and over
There is a two item minimum purchase for this event.