Russell Peters Is Coming To Montreal

The Bell Center is gonna get a hurt real bad!
Russell Peters Is Coming To Montreal

Canada's number one stand-up export and Just For Laughs hot shot is making his triumphant return to Montreal this May. Fresh off NBC's hit show, Last Comic Standing, an his very hilarious Netflix special Notorious, Russell Peters is one of the most successful stand-up comics on the planet and will present his unique brand of comedy with all new material as part of his Almost Famous World Tour May 11 @ the Bell Centre, before heading down to the US for several shows.

The show will feature Russell's latest take on some of his favourite communities, jobs he can understand, cell phones, dating and his uncle who's never been punched in the mouth, and expect plenty of his signature back-and-forth with the audience. The show will also feature Russell's Official Tour DJ, New York City's DJ Spinbad, along with video cameras and screens for an up-close and intimate show.

Tickets are now on sale so snap 'em up while you can because this show will definitely sell out fast.

Head over to the Bell Centre box office or the evenko website to buy your tickets.

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