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Dane Cook to Shout His Way to BJC

The Bryce Jordan Center tweeted yesterday that comedian Dane Cook will be gracing the stage of BJC on Wednesday, November 3rd.

Tickets will be available for students today at 10 a.m. You can purchase tickets at the HUB, BJC, Ticketmaster, and Eisenhower Auditorium for $29.75. There is a one ticket limit for each Student ID. Tickets available for everyone else Friday, September 17th. Prices are between $34.75 and $69.75.

Dane Cook has been in films since 1997 and continues filming today. His most well-known comedy albums are Harmful If Swallowed, Retaliation, Vicious Circle, and Isolated Incident. Retaliation became the highest charting comedy album in 28 years and went platinum. Cook has also starred in several films, including Employee of the MonthDan in Real LifeGood Luck Chuck, and Waiting…

For those who do not know him, his jokes are told mostly in story-telling format. Some of his most popular jokes are “Not So Kool-Aid” and “The BK Lounge.”  He is also known for creating the “Superfinger.” Time Magazine  named him one of the 100 most influential people in entertainment.

Will you go see Dane Cook on November 3rd?

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