Dan Soder

Authentic Comedy and Varied Talent

Best Seats to see Dan Soder

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Apr 19

Fri . 07:30 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 19

Fri . 09:45 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 20

Sat . 07:00 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 20

Sat . 09:30 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 21

Sun . 07:00 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Upcoming Events Calendar

Apr 12

Fri . 08:30 PM

Dan Soder (21+)

Funny Bone Comedy Club Omaha, Omaha, NE

Apr 12

Fri . 11:00 PM

Dan Soder (21+)

Funny Bone Comedy Club Omaha, Omaha, NE

Apr 13

Sat . 08:00 PM

Dan Soder (21+)

Funny Bone Comedy Club Omaha, Omaha, NE

Apr 13

Sat . 10:30 PM

Dan Soder (21+)

Funny Bone Comedy Club Omaha, Omaha, NE

Apr 19

Fri . 07:30 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 19

Fri . 09:45 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 20

Sat . 07:00 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 20

Sat . 09:30 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

Apr 21

Sun . 07:00 PM

Dan Soder (18+)

DC Improv, Washington, DC

May 31

Fri . 07:30 PM

Dan Soder (21+)

Columbus Funny Bone, Columbus, OH
Dan Soder, the man with a chameleonic voice, has become a comedy household name for good reason. Starting his career in small bars and coffee shops, he displayed a knack for channeling relatable human experiences into jokes that resonated. Though I've been to hundreds of comedy shows, Soder stands out for his natural ability to connect with the audience, regardless of the venue size. Let's venture back to the Comedy Cellar in New York, an intimate space with cramped seating. Soder's set here was an uproarious medley of familial quirks and the neuroses of dating. The intimacy was palpable; proximity does amplify the experience, particularly with his style of comedy. You want the best seats in a venue like this—up close but not so near that you become part of the act unless that's your thing.

Shifting the scenery, consider the more expansive Fox Theater in Oakland. Different venue, but the man adapts. If you've never been, it's more of an old-school theatre layout, and Soder's auditory transformations fill the space as well as any Broadway star. Middle-to-back seats offer a balance of visibility and acoustics; you'll want to aim for these.

The journey to this level of stage command has been years in the making. Early in his career, Soder shared stages with contemporaries like Michelle Wolf and Big Jay Oakerson. Their influence, particularly Oakerson's crowd-work skills, can be traced in Soder's own style, though he's uniquely his own comedian.

For a brief history lesson: Soder broke through by coupling his stand-up with smart career moves. Apart from traditional comedy circuits, he found success on platforms like SiriusXM, where he co-hosts "The Bonfire." His willingness to explore various media kept him fresh and continuously exposed to new audiences, explaining his ever-growing fanbase.

So, you're sold on the experience, and you're asking about ticket prices. Let's not skirt around; comedy shows have a broad range. At smaller venues, you can snag a ticket for as low as $20, but for a high-demand act in a larger theater, think closer to $80 or more for premium seats. And remember, some venues have VIP packages that include perks like priority seating and merchandise; it's up to you to decide if the extra cost is worth it.

Soder's versatility and proven ability to enrapture audiences in varied venues make him a must-see. Choose your seat wisely—some prefer the intimate setting up front while others like the panoramic view from further back. Each offers a unique vantage point to appreciate the intricacies of Soder's performance.

Ready to laugh? Check your local listings and mark that calendar. A night with Dan Soder is an evening well-spent, wherever you're seated.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

How did Dan Soder get into comedy?
Soder started in comedy after his time at the University of Arizona, where he performed his first stand-up routine.
What's unique about his comedy style?
Dan Soder combines personal storytelling with keen observations, offering a genuine and relatable comedic experience.
Has Dan Soder worked in television?
Yes, he’s had roles in series like "Billions," expanding his range beyond stand-up comedy and radio.
Is "Son of a Gary" his only comedy special?
No, he's also released specials like "Not Special," further contributing to his growing portfolio of work.
What other projects is Dan Soder involved in?
Beyond comedy, Soder has ventured into acting and voiceover work, adding multiple dimensions to his career.

Interesting Information about Dan Soder

  • His HBO special, "Son of a Gary," was released in 2019 and showcased his personal storytelling style.
  • Dan Soder is notably known for his SiriusXM show "The Bonfire" which he co-hosts with comedian Big Jay Oakerson.
  • Despite his comedic success, Soder is highly private about his personal life, rarely discussing it in interviews.
  • He's voiced characters in video games like "Grand Theft Auto V," showcasing a diverse set of talents.
  • Dan Soder's material often stems from his own observations and he avoids leaning too heavily on political comedy.