Steve Trevino

Hilarious, witty, funny.

Best Seats to see Steve Trevino

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Jul 12

Fri . 08:00 PM

Steve Trevino

The Theater at MGM National Harbor, National Harbor, MD

Upcoming Events Calendar

Mar 01

Fri . 08:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Walker Theatre Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN

Mar 02

Sat . 08:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Tennessee Theatre, Knoxville, TN

Mar 03

Sun . 07:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Center Stage Theater - Atlanta, Atlanta, GA

Mar 08

Fri . 09:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Bass Concert Hall, Austin, TX

Mar 09

Sat . 09:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Cullen Performance Hall, Houston, TX

Mar 22

Fri . 09:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Selena Auditorium At the American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, TX

Mar 23

Sat . 09:00 PM

Steve Trevino

McAllen Performing Arts Center, McAllen, TX

Apr 06

Sat . 10:00 PM

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Cheyenne Civic Center, Cheyenne, WY

Apr 07

Sun . 10:00 PM

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Paramount Theatre - CO, Denver, CO

Apr 11

Thu . 11:00 PM

Steve Trevino

Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo, CA
Steve Trevino has been cracking ribs with his razor-sharp wit and relatable humor for years now, and if you haven't caught one of his shows, you're missing out. The man has honed his craft across the spectrum, from cozy comedy clubs to spacious auditoriums. Let's get down to the brass tacks—what venues he's been, how to score the best seats, and what you're shelling out for tickets.

Let's throw it back to the intimate settings like Zanies Comedy Club in Chicago. There, Trevino would pack the room wall-to-wall with laughter. If you find him in a venue like this, almost every seat will feel like you're sharing a laugh at a friend's backyard party. However, for optimal belly laughs, aim for the center tables; you get direct line-of-sight and acoustics.

Progressing in stature, he's rocked the stage at medium-sized venues like the Bob Carr Theater in Orlando or the Fillmore in Detroit. Here, it gets tricky. Aim for rows 4-10, center stage, to maintain that close-yet-not-too-close vibe. In these venues, the best seats often coincide with the central perspective.

He's shared bills with other big comedy names like Felipe Esparza and Angela Johnson, especially at comedy festivals like Just for Laughs. These larger events usually take place at broad venues like the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City or the Smart Financial Centre in Texas. Now, at these more expansive locales, the traditional "close to the stage" rule gets turned on its head. Instead, consider lodge or mezzanine seats that give you a panoramic view without sacrificing sound quality.

Money talk. At a small venue, a general admission ticket can go for as little as $20-25. For the mid-tier venues, you're likely parting with $40 to $75, depending on factors like location and whether it's a weekend gig. When we scale up to larger venues or festivals, be ready to shell out anywhere from $90 to $150 for those "best seats" we've been talking about, which are usually the VIP or premium tickets.

Early-bird pricing is real and usually shaves off about 15-20% of the ticket price. Likewise, shows during weekdays are less expensive than their weekend counterparts. And remember, festivals or dual-headliner events will push the upper range of the ticket pricing.

For audiophiles, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland or the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans have near-perfect acoustics. So, if Trevino is performing in one of these, take the steep balcony seats; you'll thank me later.

Your choice of venue and seating drastically affects your comedy night experience. Whether you've been a lifelong Trevino fan or you're looking to see what the hype is about, the right seat is more than just a place to park yourself; it's your ticket to an evening of unbridled laughter and joy.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of show can I expect from Steve Trevino?
Steve Trevino is a stand-up comedian who will have you laughing from start to finish.
How long is the show?
The show typically lasts around 90 minutes.
Is there an age restriction for the show?
Yes, the show is recommended for ages 16 and up.
Is there a dress code?
No, there is no dress code for the show.
Is there an intermission?
Yes, there is a brief intermission halfway through the show.

Interesting Information about Steve Trevino

  • Steve Trevino has been performing stand-up comedy for over 20 years.
  • He has appeared on numerous television shows, including The Tonight Show and Conan.
  • He has released several comedy albums, including "Live from the Laugh Factory" and "The Comedy Store".
  • He has performed in over 30 countries around the world.
  • He has won several awards, including the American Comedy Award for Best Stand-up Comedian.