Jim Jefferies stopping in Kelowna

Tickets are on sale Friday, for his stop, Dec. 8 at Prospera Place

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Comedian Jim Jefferies has announced the Unusual Punishment Tour, his latest major multi-city standup comedy tour that will take him across the United States and Canada throughout the rest of the year.

On Dec. 8 he’ll be making a stop in Kelowna at Prospera Place.

Jefferies has established himself as one of the most popular and respected comedians of his generation, with a controversial and belief-challenging standup style that continues to surprise and entertain audiences across the globe. The tour announcement comes hot of the

The tour announcement comes hot of the hells of his fifth major standup comedy special Freedumb which premiered July 1, 2016 on Netflix.

Jefferies burst on to the scene in the United States after his popular debut HBO special I Swear to God. His additional successful comedy specials include Contraband, Alcoholocaust, and Fully Functional.

Tickets for his shows are available for purchase through his website and Ticketmaster and will be on sale Friday, June 16 at 12 p.m.

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