Jim Gaffigan

Jim Gaffigan BARELY ALIVE TOUR

BY POPULAR DEMAND SHOW ADDED:

OCTOBER 23 AT 7PM - ON SALE NOW
OCTOBER 26 AT 5PM - ON SALE NOW 
OCTOBER 24 AT 7 PM - SOLD OUT
OCTOBER 25 AT 7 PM - SOLD OUT
OCTOBER 26 AT 8 PM - SOLD OUT

Live at the Eccles presents JIM GAFFIGAN on October 23-26, 2024 at the Eccles Theater on Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City. ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events.

Jim Gaffigan is a seven-time Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two-time New York Times best-selling author, three-time Emmy-winning top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling recording artist. He is known around the world for his unique brand of humor, which largely revolves around his observations on life.

Gaffigan is a top ten comedian according to Forbes’ 2019 comedy list and top ten earning comedian in Pollstar’s 2022 list. He released his 10th comedy special, Dark Pale, this year on Amazon Prime Video, an unprecedented achievement for the comedian/actor.  Dark Pale was met with critical fanfare with The New York Times calling it, ‘his best yet.”

 In 2021 Gaffigan released his 9th special, Comedy Monster, on Netflix which was nominated for a Grammy Award.  He was also recently awarded for being the first comedian to reach one billion streams on Pandora. 

 Gaffigan can currently be seen as the lead in the well-reviewed Sci-Fi dramedy, Linoleum, and stars as Mr. Smee in Disney’s Peter Pan and Wendy, opposite Jude Law and Yara Shahidi. He will also co-star Jerry Seinfeld, Melissa McCarthy, James Marsden, and Hugh Grant in Netflix’s Unfrosted, and co-stars in Susie Searches which premiered at TIFF last year and in theaters this summer. Also premiering this summer, Gaffigan joined the cast of HBO Max’s Full Circle, a limited series from Steve Soderbergh and Ed Solomon which follows an investigation into a botched kidnapping connecting multiple characters and cultures in present day NY.

Accessible Performance:

ASL Interpreted: Saturday, October 26, 2024  8:00pm

Patrons who are interested in the American Sign Language (ASL) performance should select seats located at Orchestra Left, on the Main Floor, Rows D-H.

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