Nick Offerman: Full Bush Tour

NICK OFFERMAN
Nov 5 | BENEDUM CENTER
7:30pm

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Humorist Nick Offerman returns with a collection of his sawdusty musings on survival in the wild, living with enthusiasm, and most importantly, the cultivation of fulsome body hair.  

Back by popular demand, humorist, writer and woodworker Nick Offerman will bring his highly successful Full Bush solo stand-up show back on the road.   Offerman will return with a collection of his sawdusty musings on survival in the wild, living with enthusiasm, and most importantly, the cultivation of fulsome body hair.   The comedy tour will kick off on September 29th in Billings, MT and end on December 10th in San Francisco, California.   The multi-city trek will hit major cities across the US including Nashville, Chicago, and Los Angeles.  General on-sale date for all tickets starts on Friday, July 14th.   Full routing for all Fall and Winter dates are listed below.   For additional purchase information, please visit https://offermanwoodshop.com/tourdates/

Nick’s previous comedy show American Ham was a special on Netflix that aired in 2014 and most recently Offerman and his wife Megan Mullally toured their show Summer of 69: No Apostrophe which became an EPIX special that aired in May.  

Best known for his role as Ron Swanson on NBC’s “Park and Recreation,” Offerman recently starred alongside Michael Keaton in “The Founder” as well as Sam Elliot in “The Hero.”  He also served as a co-producer for the Wendell Berry documentary “Look & See” which premiered at the IFC Center in New York on June 30th and he appeared in the film “The Little Hours” alongside Dave Franco, Aubrey Plaza and Allison Brie.   Next up, Offerman will reteam with his Parks and Rec co-star Amy Poehler on an unscripted competition series celebrating craftiness and creativity called The Handmade Project

Nick is an avid woodworker whose recent book Good Clean Fun about his very own Offerman Woodshop was a New York Times bestseller.  He is also the author of the NY Times best-selling books Paddle Your Own Canoe and Gumption.  

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