Ron White

Legendary Comedian Upcoming Shows

Best Seats to see Ron White

Upcoming Events Calendar

Mar 07

Thu . 08:00 PM

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DPAC - Durham Performing Arts Center, Durham, NC

Mar 08

Fri . 08:00 PM

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Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC

Mar 09

Sat . 08:00 PM

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Fox Theatre Atlanta, Atlanta, GA

Mar 15

Fri . 11:00 PM

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Harrah's Resort SoCal The Events Center, Valley Center, CA

Mar 16

Sat . 10:00 PM

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Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, AZ

Mar 17

Sun . 01:00 AM

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Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, AZ

Mar 29

Fri . 11:00 PM

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The Venue at Thunder Valley Casino Resort, Lincoln, CA

Mar 30

Sat . 11:00 PM

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Agua Caliente Casino - Rancho Mirage, Rancho Mirage, CA

Apr 06

Sat . 11:00 PM

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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Apr 18

Thu . 06:30 PM

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Seminole Hard Rock Tampa, Tampa, FL
Ron White, often seen Clutching a cigar and a glass of scotch, is one of those comedians who can make you laugh till you're sore. If you're considering catching one of his shows, let's talk about how you can get the best seats in the house. And TRUST me, with his humor, you'll want those seats to fully appreciate every punchline and nuanced expression.

First off, let's talk venues. Ron White tends to prefer intimate settings like comedy clubs but isn't a stranger to larger venues such as theaters or auditoriums. If you've followed comedy in Dallas, you may recall his uproarious set at the Majestic Theatre. There, the best seats were closer to the stage, but in a slightly elevated position for an unobstructed view. However, if you catch him at a smaller venue like Zanies Comedy Club in Chicago, you'd want to sit front and center, but not so close that you become part of the act—unless that's your thing!

Now, Ron White wasn't born with a cigar in one hand and a mic in the other. He made his way up through the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, sharing stages with the likes of Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy. Over the years, his style has maintained a relatable, down-to-earth vibe mixed with a kind of laid-back sophistication, somewhat akin to comedians like Ralphie May or Kathleen Madigan.

Let's get into ticket pricing. For smaller venues, you're looking at a ticket range of about $30-$50. For larger venues, prices can vary more significantly, ranging from $45 for balcony seats to $125 or more for VIP experiences. Again, the 'best seats' aren't just about price but about optimizing your experience. A $75 ticket in a larger venue could get you a fantastic line of sight and impeccable acoustics, even if it's not front row.

Given that seating is crucial, how early should you book? If you're planning to see Ron White in a city where comedy is a big deal, like comedy in New York, I'd suggest booking as soon as tickets go on sale. The best seats, especially those that offer the best of both visibility and sound, are often the first to go. However, if you're in a smaller city where shows are less frequent, you could risk waiting for a week or two to gauge the venue's seating layout online or via social media.

And lastly, a quick word on similar comedy styles, if Ron White's your jam, you might also enjoy the work of Lewis Black or Jay Leno, who share his knack for observational comedy blended with a touch of the sarcastic and sardonic.

Optimizing your Ron White comedy experience, from venue selection to getting the best seats. Just remember, a little planning goes a long way, especially when a laugh-out-loud evening is at stake.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What genre of comedy does Ron White specialize in?
Ron White's comedy leans towards observational and satire, focusing on everyday life and sociopolitical issues.
How does Ron White differentiate himself from other comedians?
Ron White stands out for his Southern charm, distinct voice, and a stage presence that involves a glass of scotch and a cigar.
Is Ron White active in any business ventures besides comedy?
Yes, Ron White is also an entrepreneur who has his own tequila brand, Number JUAN Tequila.
What is Ron White's approach to comedy writing?
Ron White often uses life experiences as material, seamlessly integrating them into his comedy routines for relatable, engaging performances.
Does Ron White tour internationally?
Primarily, Ron White performs across the United States, but he has had shows in other countries, depending on demand and scheduling.

Interesting Information about Ron White

  • Ron White became a household name after his involvement in the Blue Collar Comedy Tour.
  • While many know him as a comedian, Ron White is also a skilled actor, having appeared in several films and TV series.
  • Aside from his comedic career, Ron White is a tequila entrepreneur, promoting his own brand, Number JUAN Tequila.
  • He served in the United States Navy before embarking on his comedy career.
  • Contrary to his onstage persona, Ron White is actually a non-smoker and his cigar is for theatrical purposes only.