Comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be making his way to western Mass. for a show later this spring when he performs his stand-up comedy act at Springfield's Symphony Hall.
Tickets will be priced between $49 and $150 and go on sale April 25 at 10 a.m. for the June 13 show.
Seinfeld last performed at the 2,610-seat Symphony Hall six years ago. He performed two shows on March 14, 2008 with the first performance selling out in just six minutes.
"I'm simply thrilled that Jerry Seinfeld will appear at Symphony Hall again," said Tina D'Agostino, president of CityStage and Symphony Hall. "It's going to be a great night for downtown Springfield."
Seinfeld is best known for his milestone NBC comedy TV series Seinfeld. The sitcom, which was set in Manhattan's Upper West Side, was created by Seinfeld and Larry David, the creator of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Since Seinfeld ended its TV run in May 1998, the comic has kept busy with standup acts, films, and sporadic TV appearances.
Tickets will be available online at ticketmaster.com, or by calling the Ticketmaster outlets at 800-745-3000 or the CityStage and Symphony Hall Box Office at 413-788-7033.
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