Dave Attell preps to bump mics with Boston at The Wilbur

Via The Wilbur

If the time change has you all kinds of screwed up right now, that’s totally fine. Luckily, our favorite insomniac, Dave Attell is making his way back to the city to help us laugh until we pass out.

As announced earlier this week, Attell will be making a return to The Wilbur on September 8. With a decorated career as a highly respected and in-demand comedy voice all over the world, Attell continues to sell out theatres and venues of all sizes everywhere with his signature cynicism and always-relevant hot (and not-so-hot) takes on the happenings in the world around him, while maintaining the ability to stay fully autonomous from any one side of perspective. Most recently, he and Jeff Ross released their joint three-part special, Bumping Mics, on Netflix in 2018. Coming this summer, Attell will also be featured on Bert Kreischer’s Fully Loaded Comedy Festival Tour.

Also making their way to The Wilbur, the dynamic duo of Jared Freid and Jordana Abraham, who will be bringing their hit podcast U Up? to Tremont Street on June 22. While this may not be the first time the pair have taken the Wilbur stage together, their growing audience and their penchant for dishing out both useful advice and the occasional cold hard truth, Freid and Abraham have made quite a name in both the studio and on stages across the country.

Additionally, David Cross has added a late show to his stop at The Wilbur on May 6, as part of his Worst Daddy In The World Tour with Sean Patton.

General on-sale for U Up? is now available, while general on-sale for Attell and Cross begins at noon ET today (March 17).