Puddles Pity Party Toronto Ontario Tickets, Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Toronto, Nov 8, 2018, Concert
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Puddles Pity Party Toronto Concert Tickets in Nov 8, 2018 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Toronto in 07:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Puddles Pity Party North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Puddles Pity Party Tour Page.


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7 Responses to “Puddles Pity Party Toronto Ontario Tickets, Queen Elizabeth Theatre – Toronto, Nov 8, 2018, Concert”

  1. Humberto Straseskie

    Fantastic performance, beautiful voice, and totally creepy because he’s a giant clown. Puddles Pity Party did not disappoint! The upside of Balboa Theatre is it’s quite small, so the performance feels more intimate and interactive, especially because of how the show was designed to engage with the audience. The downside is I suddenly remembered this theatre from my one long ago visit here because of how terrible the flow is in the layout, everything from admission where you line out onto the sidewalk, to the lobby where there’s nowhere to walk between the concessions and merchandise lines, to the bathrooms where the doors literally open into people using the sink. The wonderful employees and generally amiable theatre attendees are the saving graces.

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  2. Danial Parziale

    It was was a great show..I would go to his show again if he was in Ohio

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  3. Andree Spain

    He can sing. When he sings it is awesome. The schtick is much of the show, wish he would have sung more. He is very audience friendly and we would see him again. Worth the price of admission.

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  4. German Roblin

    I’ve seen 1 million concerts and comedians but I’ve never seen anything like this. Totally unique warm funny delightful talented. I dragged my husband, he didn’t know what to expect and he’s a little afraid of clowns but he LOVED it and now can’t stop talking about it. Puddles made everyone feel like they spent the evening with their best friend. He was interactive, one of the best voices I’ve ever heard interned classic pop songs into legendary pieces. Very funny and never crass. Next time he comes I want to buy a large batch of tickets and take everyone I know and love. I cannot say enough. If you get the chance to -do it!

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  5. Gregory Korth

    Awesome singing, great comedy. Fun time for the entire family! I would definitely see him again. He’s such a clown, literally, and really goes the extra mile for his fans!

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  6. Ronna Paruta

    This is the best comedy that we have seen in a long time. It even has audience participation. Be sure to catch the show next time he is in town.

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  7. Nolan Luelf

    Loved the interaction with the audience. Love his voice but so much better in person.

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