Sebastian Maniscalco announces new tour with Orlando stop

Tickets just went on sale for Sebastian Maniscalco’s new tour, which includes a stop in Orlando.

The comedian will bring his It Ain’t Right Tour to the Amway Center on September 12, 2024. Tickets went on sale Friday, Dec. 1 at 10 a.m.

A highly acclaimed stand-up comedian and actor known for his sharp wit and observational humor, Maniscalco’s comedic style often centers around relatable topics such as family, everyday life, and his Italian-American heritage.

Maniscalco’s career took off when he gained recognition for his appearances on various comedy specials, late-night talk shows, and podcasts. He has released several successful comedy specials, including What’s Wrong with People?, Aren’t You Embarrassed?, Why Would You Do That, and Stay Hungry, which earned him critical acclaim and a Grammy Award nomination for Best Comedy Album.

In addition to his stand-up comedy career, Sebastian Maniscalco has ventured into acting, with roles in television shows and films. Earlier this year, Maniscalco embraced his first starring role alongside Robert De Niro in About My Father.

For more information, visit the Sebastian Maniscalco webpage.

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