Bert Kreischer‘s Instagram bio reads: “I’m a party animal, comedian, actor, presenter, fast eater, husband, father … I’m the machine.”
That pretty much sums up what audiences can expect from the wild live shows by the free-roaming comedian and podcaster.
Screecher, who inspired the title character of the 2002 film “Van Wilder”, has kept his party spirit “Anything goes” over the years and that shows on stage. To this day he often appears shirtless.
In 2022, Kreischer will continue to bring unpredictable antics to the crowd on his extended North American “Berty Boy Relapse Tour” March 24th show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark.
If you want to see Kreisscher in his element on stage, everything you need to know is here.
The Shirtless Wonder offers tickets for all shows of the Berty Boy Relapse Tour on all major ticket platforms.
Even though he’s currently hosting three podcasts, Kreischer somehow found the time to work on them over 50 performances from January to May of this year.
For a full overview of each upcoming show on Bert’s calendar, see his entire tour schedule here.
Notable shows on the tour, including venues, dates, and where to buy tickets are listed below:
- January 14th at the Basement Auditorium in Portland, Oregon
- January 15 at McCaw Hall in Seattle, Washington
- January 21 at Warfield in San Francisco, California
- January 22 at Warfield in San Francisco, California
- January 27th at the San Diego Civic Center in San Diego, California
- January 28 at The Virgin Hotels theater in Las Vegas, Nevada
- January 29th at Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque, New Mexico
- February 3 at The criterion in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- February 4th in Orpheum Theater in Wichita, Kansas
- February 5th in Gillioz Theater in Springfield, Missouri
- February 18 in Harrah’s Cherokee Center in Asheville, North Carolina
- February 19 in Berglund Performing Arts Theater in Roanoke, Virginia
- February 25th in Township Auditorium in Columbia, South Carolina
- March 4th in BJCC Concert Hall in Birmingham, Alabama
- March 5th in Orpheum Theater in Memphis, Tennessee
- March 11th in Durham Performing Arts Center in Durham, North Carolina
- March 12 in Crown Center Complex in Fayetteville, North Carolina
- March 24th in New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey
- March 25th in Hanover Theater in Worcester, Massachusetts
- March 26th in MJ Nesheiwat Convention Center in Poughkeepsie, New York
- March 31 at Kings Theater in Brooklyn, New York
- April 1st at the Providence Performing Arts Center in Providence, Rhode Island
- April 2nd at the Merrill Auditorium in Portland, Maine
- April 7th at the Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania
- April 8 in Model Performing Arts Center in Baltimore, Maryland
- April 9 in Model Performing Arts Center in Baltimore, Maryland
- April 21 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee
- April 22nd at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee
- April 23 at the Palace Theater in Columbus, Ohio
- April 29 at Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah
- April 30th at the Morrison Center in Boise, Idaho
- May 5th at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California
- May 7th in Arvest Bank Theater in Kansas City, Missouri
- May 13th in Majestic Theater in San Antonio, Texas
- May 14th in Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium in Amarillo, Texas
- May 15 in Tulsa Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Note: All dates listed are the early shows. Kreischer will often put on multiple shows in one evening.
Bert Kreischer’s new show
The prolific podcaster and comic just added a game show host to their résumé in the summer of 2021. Kreischer now moderates TBS ‘ “Grow up” an extreme head-to-head competition where monster trucks, alligator trainers, stunt archery and more compete against each other as they compete for prize money.
Season 2 starts on January 6th. You can see the 90 second trailer for the Gonzo game show here.
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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry and writes about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].