Ron White Tour 2019: Platinum-selling “blue collar” stand up Ron White is bringing his irascible style and caustic sense of humor back to the stage on his latest national tour, and if you act fast, there’s still time to score great tickets for his upcoming performance at a venue near you! The man they call Tater Salad is touring with plenty of hilarious new material, so this is your chance to hear all his latest stories, observations, and punchlines, live and in person. Best of all? Great Ron White tour tickets are available for every date and at every price level!
RON WHITE IN CONCERT:
Grammy-nominated comedian Ron White has been unleashing his Scotch-soaked worldview on fans of off-color humor since the mid-’80s, but it was his performances on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour from 2000-2003 that firmly planted him on stand-up comedy’s A-list. Following a best-selling book and two No. 1 comedy albums in the 2000s, White once again topped the comedy charts in 2013 with A Little Unprofessional, hitting the road with a series of hilariously crass performances that left fans eagerly awaiting his 2014 dates.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“I thoroughly enjoyed his version of raunch. Never over the edge – just perfect! He was truly hilarious!”
“Excellent experience! Never stopped laughing! The warm-up comedian was very funny also.”
“…a grown-up night out with naughty jokes and outrageous tales … I am certain that is the most I’ve ever heard my husband laugh. It was a special night I’ll always remember.”
Born and raised in Texas, Ron White spent nearly two decades in the trenches of local and regional standup circuits before hitting the big time in 2000 as a charter member of the hugely successful Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which also featured Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy. His 2003 comedy album Drunk In Public landed at No. 2 on the Top Comedy Albums chart, going on to achieve gold certification from the RIAA. Following that breakthrough success, White went on to release three consecutive No. 1 albums of bawdy redneck comedy, culminating in 2013’s A Little Unprofessional.