Flamingo Showroom (located in Flamingo Las Vegas)
3555 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
When day fades into night in Las Vegas, it's time
to enjoy the nightlife.
If you are not in the mood to hit the clubs or hang out
in a bar and your chips are wearing a bit thin at the
tables, there's always a Las Vegas show to fill
the void. From renowned singers and songwriters,
to magicians and practically everything in-between, there
is a Las Vegas show to fit most tastes. If it's laughs you're
after, you will want to pick up some tickets to see comedian
George Wallace perform at the Flamingo
hotel. The Las Vegas George Wallace show integrates
jokes that have been compiled over a long career, and
his ability to integrate the crowd makes everyone feel
comfortable. That is unless you show up late or
are talking on your cell phone. In that case, George
Wallace just might decide to make you the focal point
for a joke or two.
The basis of the Las Vegas George Wallace show more or less revolves around poking fun at everyday situations that we have all likely found ourselves in at one time or another. His social commentaries are bound to have you laughing throughout the night, especially when George starts in on his signature, "People Say Stupid Things" routine. The comedian George Wallace has no problem making his opinion known on what his observations are on everything from celebrities to race, and he is aptly armed with a full array of "Yo' Mama" jokes. You might think you've heard them all, but he's sure to drop at least one on you that will be new and fresh. It's not unlikely that audience members of the Las Vegas George Wallace show will have the chance to shout out their own "Yo' Mama" jokes, so if you have a few you're working on, it could be your chance to get them into the limelight.
At the Las Vegas George Wallace show, you can expect the same brand of comedy that made George Wallace famous. You might recognize George's familiar way of entering a joke by starting with the words, "I be' thinkin' ". When you hear that, you know something funny is about to drop. There is little doubt that you and your friends, or even you and the complete strangers sitting nearby, will look each other in agreement while laughing at George's thoughts on things. Pop culture rears its head throughout the show, from commercials to people in entertainment, such as Michael Jackson, who seems to be an endless target for hilarious criticism. From the minute the comedian George Wallace takes the stage in his shiny suit, donning a hat and wearing a large just as shiny ring, you are in for laughs from beginning to end.
You can find George Wallace tickets available for sale online, as well as at the Flamingo box office. It is recommended that you buy your George Wallace tickets ahead of time, as his show only plays on certain dates. You can confirm upcoming dates for the Las Vegas George Wallace show by checking with the Flamingo hotel. So, kick back, laugh at every day life and bring some jokes home from the Las Vegas George Wallace comedy show.
Ever since he was a teenager, George Wallace dreamed
of becoming a comedian. Born and raised in Atlanta,
Georgia, Wallace eventually re-located to Ohio at sixteen years of age after the death of his mother.
After working at the Firestone Tire company for some time,
George enrolled at the University of Akron. At Akron,
Wallace studied business and transportation, but upon
graduation he would move to New
York City with hopes to make good on his original
dream. Working first as a salesman to pay the bills,
the comedian George Wallace would get his chance to take
the stage, when in 1977 a friend of his opened a comedy
club. It was only up from there. Wallace proved
to be a hit, so he stayed in New York for a while, rooming
with Jerry Seinfeld. Years later, Wallace would
be the best man at Seinfeld's wedding. In
1978, the comedian George Wallace took his comedy act
to the West Coast, where he was soon asked to write for
the Redd Foxx Show. He did this for about a year,
then found his calling back on the stage. Eventually,
Wallace would become a regular at the renowned Comedy
Store. His act would go on to open for some of the
best names in the music business, including Diana Ross
and Smokey Robinson. In 1995, after 4 years of being
considered, the comedian George Wallace rose to the top
of the standup ranks, garnering the honor of "Best
Male Standup Comedian" as awarded at the American
Comedy Awards. Throughout his career, Wallace has
appeared on many television talk shows and has had a supporting
role in many a film.