Nate Bargatze

Hilarious, witty, fun.

Best Seats to see Nate Bargatze

Upcoming Events Calendar

Jun 14

Fri . 07:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI

Jun 15

Sat . 03:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

Huntington Center, Toledo, OH

Jun 15

Sat . 07:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

Huntington Center, Toledo, OH

Jun 16

Sun . 07:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY

Jun 21

Fri . 08:00 PM

Nate Bargatze (Rescheduled from 10/27/2023)

The Fabulous Fox Theatre - STL, St. Louis, MO

Jun 22

Sat . 04:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

The Fabulous Fox Theatre - STL, St. Louis, MO

Jun 22

Sat . 08:00 PM

Nate Bargatze (Rescheduled from 10/24/2023)

The Fabulous Fox Theatre - STL, St. Louis, MO

Jun 23

Sun . 04:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

The Fabulous Fox Theatre - STL, St. Louis, MO

Jun 23

Sun . 08:00 PM

Nate Bargatze (Rescheduled from 10/25/2023)

The Fabulous Fox Theatre - STL, St. Louis, MO

Jun 26

Wed . 07:00 PM

Nate Bargatze

Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
Nate Bargatze is a comedy marvel, a guy whose laid-back delivery and self-deprecating wit can turn even the most mundane life situations into laugh-out-loud moments. You've probably heard about his specials, such as "The Greatest Average American" on Netflix, but catching him live is a whole other experience.

Early in his career, Bargatze cut his Teeth in rather unexpected places like off-the-beaten-path bars and clubs. His small-venue performances in places like the Comedy Catch in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Zanies in St. Charles, Illinois, were intimate and raucous. These cozy settings offered the perfect backdrop for his unique brand of observational humor, where each quip is so subtly brilliant, that you're caught off guard.

Now, here's where we talk best seats. For small venues, you'll want to aim for a middle-row, center-aisle seat. It's a sweet spot. Close enough to catch the nuances in Bargatze's facial expressions but not so close that you're craning your neck upward the whole time. You also avoid the dreaded 'comedic splash zone,' where Audience interaction can disrupt your experience. For large venues like Boston's Wang Theatre or Austin's Moody Theater, a mid-orchestra seat or first mezzanine provides a similar sweet spot.

But if you really want to understand the Nate Bargatze phenomenon, consider his larger shows at venues like the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee or The Chicago Theatre. It's in these larger Spaces that his humor reaches epic proportions. His skill is so versatile that it transcends the venue size. The laughs are just as potent whether you're in a hole-in-the-wall comedy club or a historic theater.

As Bargatze's star rose, he performed alongside top comics like Brian Regan, Louis C.K., and even opened for Chris Rock. These collaborations didn't just expand his audience; they honed his style. It’s not common for a comedian to fit well with such a diverse group of peers, but Bargatze manages it. His appeal is broad but also specific, honed through years of diversifying his comedic portfolio.

Now, to the meaty stuff—ticket prices. For small venues, you can usually find tickets starting at around $25, a steal for the quality of performance you're going to get. Larger venues, given their greater overhead and typically more famous line-ups, can push tickets to upwards of $100 or more. VIP or meet-and-greet packages are the priciest but offer a unique experience, sometimes including a photo op or merchandise.

What's surprising is how consistent Bargatze's humor is across different ticket price points. You don’t get a diluted experience just because you opted for a cheaper seat in a lesser-known venue. If anything, the intimacy of a smaller space can sometimes enhance the performance, giving you more bang for your buck.

To catch Nate Bargatze at his best, don't just look for the biggest venues or the most hyped events. Scour liStings for those under-the-radar spots. Sometimes the most unforgettable comedy experiences are found where you least expect them. And whatever you do, don’t neglect the seating. Even comedy has its sweet spots.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of comedy does Nate Bargatze perform?
Nate Bargatze is a stand-up comedian who performs observational and self-deprecating comedy.
How long is the show?
Nate Bargatze's show typically lasts around 90 minutes.
Where can I find more information about Nate Bargatze?
You can find more information about Nate Bargatze on his official website.
Is there an age restriction for the show?
Yes, the show is recommended for ages 16 and up.
Are there any special offers for tickets?
Yes, there are often special offers available for tickets.

Interesting Information about Nate Bargatze

  • Nate Bargatze has been performing stand-up comedy since 2003.
  • He has appeared on numerous television shows, including The Tonight Show, Conan, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
  • He has released two stand-up specials, Nate Bargatze: Full Time Magic and Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid.
  • He has written for the television show, The Eric Andre Show.
  • He has been featured in several comedy festivals, including Just for Laughs, Bonnaroo, and SXSW.