New England Native Eugene Mirman Brings His “Pretty Good Friends” Tour To The Paradise In Boston
New England native and deadpan absurdist Eugene Mirman will be gracing the stage of The Paradise in Boston on Tuesday, March 1st on his “Pretty Good Friends” tour. Joining him will be wild-haired comedian/musician Reggie Watts and breakout funnyman Kumail Nanjani, with allusions to other potential special guest appearances.
With television presence on Flight of the Conchords, Gene Belcher’s voice in Bob’s Burgers, features on Comedy Central and performances alongside other comedy heavy-hitters like Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, and Maria Bamford, Mirman has only added to his credibility as a staple performer in today’s best comedy lineup.
Get your tickets early – with all the comedy nerds in this town, there’s no way this show won’t sell out. (Purchase tickets here)
Pretty Good Friends Tour:
Sunday, February 27th Bell House Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, March 1st Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
Wednesday, March 2nd Met Cafe Pawtucket, RI
Thursday, March 3rd The Gallery at The Abbey Bar at ABC Harrisburg, PA
Friday, March 4th Black Cat Washington, DC
Saturday, March 5th North Star Bar Philadelphia, PA
Sunday, March 6th Union Hall Brooklyn, NY
Sunday, March 13th Union Hall Brooklyn, NY
Tune in after The Paradise show for our review!