Tom Segura: No Teeth No Entry Tour
Tom Segura is a comedian originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. His specials MOSTLY STORIES (2016) and COMPLETELY NORMAL (2014) are currently streaming on Netflix. His television credits include CONAN, NOT SAFE WITH NIKKI GLASER, HAPPY ENDINGS, THE LATE LATE SHOW, COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS: TOM SEGURA, MASH UP and HOW TO BE A GROWN UP. Additionally, his noted podcast, YOUR MOM'S HOUSE, which he co-hosts with his wife, comedian Christina Pazsitzky, was a finalist for Best Comedy Podcast at the Stitcher Awards and profiled by VICE.When he's not touring clubs, Tom continues to perform at the top comedy festivals in the world, including Montreal's Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Comedy Festival - Las Vegas, The South Beach Comedy Festival, and The Hong Kong Comedy Festival.Tom also regularly appears on radio shows like Bennington Show and some of the most downloaded podcasts in the world of comedy such as THE JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCE and WTF WITH MARC MARON among others.Tom recently released his third hour-long stand up album, which sat atop the iTunes and Billboard Comedy charts for consecutive weeks. Tom's first two albums Thrilled and White Girls with Cornrows also debuted at number 1 and continue to play heavily on satellite radio and streaming music platforms. When Tom isn't performing on stage or recording a podcast he's watching College Football or waiting for College Football to come back.--*Meet & Greet Package includes: early entry/admission into the show and post-show meet & greet.
Tom Segura: Tom Segura is a comedian. You may have recently seen Tom on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham! or on Showtimes' Russell Peters Presents or on BET's One Mic Stand but maybe your television doesn't work so you saw Tom at Montreal's Just for Laughs Comedy Festival or at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival or The Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver. But maybe you don't travel and you fixed your television so you saw Tom's short series Cutman on Comedy Central or on Atom.com. But maybe you prefer the radio, so you've heard Tom on one of his many appearances on The Bob and Tom Show. But then again, maybe you hate technology. So you could have seen Tom headlining at one of dozens of comedy clubs across the country. Maybe, just maybe you saw Tom at the grocery store. He's there often, but you should really seen him perform live.