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The Trailer Park Boys Headline the Beacon Theatre

12/07/18

Beacon Theatre

2124 Broadway at 74th St. Map

800--74-5-3000


07-12-2018 12:00:00 07-12-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York The Trailer Park Boys Headline the Beacon Theatre On Friday December 7th, the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY welcomes Ricky, Julian, Bubbles and Randy with another holiday season extravaganza! To spread some genuine holiday cheer, Bubbles is determined to put on a good old-fashioned Xmas concert despite Julian’s relentless attempts to monetize the festive spirit of the audience, and Ricky and Randy’s all-out war to prove who really understands the true meaning of Xmas! Spend an evening with the boys for an alcohol and drug-fueled Christmas show you will never forget! Trailer Park Boys are Canada's most beloved miscreants from a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada. Robb Wells (Ricky), John Paul Tremblay (Julian) and Bubbles (Mike Smith) have created loyal and loveable characters on their television series and their message has spread globally. Over the past 17 years “The Boys” have garnered much press and gained a hardcore following of fans. The Boys began as a short film starring John Paul Tremblay and Robb Wells, which debuted to rave reviews at the 1999 Atlantic Film Festival. The premise: a camera crew chronicles the boys’ adventures living in the Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The camera crew continues to follow Bubbles, Ricky and Julian. The brand has escalated to new heights with the television series being picked up by Netflix. Last year also saw the launch of The Trailer Park Boys podcast on iTunes, where it was nominated for the Best of iTunes. Live tours continue to sell out across North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. The Boys recently debuted Season 12. All of this along with the popularity of Swearnet.com, their uncensored online comedy network, has caught the eye of the celebrity circuit. Fans include: Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop Dogg (who makes an appearance in Season 10), Axl Rose, Billy Bob Thornton, Noel Fielding, Verne Troyer, Rival Sons & Rush. Visit: www.trailerparkboys.com, www.facebook.com/trailerparkboys www.twitter.com/trailerparkboys www.instagram.com/trailerparkboysofficial Trailer Park Boys tour dates: Nov. 27 Weidner Center in Green Bay, WI Nov. 28 Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH Dec. 1 Detroit Masonic Temple in Green Bay, WI Dec. 2 State Theatre of Cleveland in Cleveland, OH Dec. 3 Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA Dec 5. Kodak Center in Rochester, NY Dec. 6 Tower Theatre Upper Darby in Philadelphia, PA Dec. 7 Beacon Theatre in New York, NY Dec. 8 Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, ME Dec. 9 Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=336167 Beacon Theatre Beacon Theatre

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On Friday December 7th, the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY welcomes Ricky, Julian, Bubbles and Randy with another holiday season extravaganza! To spread some genuine holiday cheer, Bubbles is determined to put on a good old-fashioned Xmas concert despite Julian’s relentless attempts to monetize the festive spirit of the audience, and Ricky and Randy’s all-out war to prove who really understands the true meaning of Xmas! Spend an evening with the boys for an alcohol and drug-fueled Christmas show you will never forget!

Trailer Park Boys are Canada's most beloved miscreants from a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada. Robb Wells (Ricky), John Paul Tremblay (Julian) and Bubbles (Mike Smith) have created loyal and loveable characters on their television series and their message has spread globally. Over the past 17 years “The Boys” have garnered much press and gained a hardcore following of fans. The Boys began as a short film starring John Paul Tremblay and Robb Wells, which debuted to rave reviews at the 1999 Atlantic Film Festival. The premise: a camera crew chronicles the boys’ adventures living in the Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The camera crew continues to follow Bubbles, Ricky and Julian. The brand has escalated to new heights with the television series being picked up by Netflix. Last year also saw the launch of The Trailer Park Boys podcast on iTunes, where it was nominated for the Best of iTunes. Live tours continue to sell out across North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. The Boys recently debuted Season 12. All of this along with the popularity of Swearnet.com, their uncensored online comedy network, has caught the eye of the celebrity circuit. Fans include: Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop Dogg (who makes an appearance in Season 10), Axl Rose, Billy Bob Thornton, Noel Fielding, Verne Troyer, Rival Sons & Rush.

Visit: www.trailerparkboys.com, www.facebook.com/trailerparkboys www.twitter.com/trailerparkboys www.instagram.com/trailerparkboysofficial

Trailer Park Boys tour dates: Nov. 27 Weidner Center in Green Bay, WI Nov. 28 Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, OH Dec. 1 Detroit Masonic Temple in Green Bay, WI Dec. 2 State Theatre of Cleveland in Cleveland, OH Dec. 3 Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA Dec 5. Kodak Center in Rochester, NY Dec. 6 Tower Theatre Upper Darby in Philadelphia, PA Dec. 7 Beacon Theatre in New York, NY Dec. 8 Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, ME Dec. 9 Orpheum Theatre in Boston, MA

Venue Description: Located on the Upper West Side, the 2,894-seat Beacon Theatre is considered to be Radio City Music Hall's "older sister." The art deco-designed Beacon opened in 1929 as a venue for vaudeville acts, drama, opera and movies and is well regarded for its superior acoustics. In 2006, former President Bill Clinton celebrated his birthday with a private Rolling Stones concert. Past performers include Queen, Jerry Garcia, Allman Brothers (some 200 times), Radiohead, Bryan Ferry, and many more. Beacon Theatre is accessible by subway; get the 1/2/3 train to 72nd Street.

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