Comedian Juston Mckinney returns to The Palace Theatre




Stand-up Comedian and Seacoast native Juston McKinney returns to the Palace Theatre in Manchester this Fall. Juston will present his own brand of blue collar comedy on stage at the Palace Theatre on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. for one night only.The New York Times calls him "Destined for stardom." The New York Daily News calls him "Hysterical." His father calls him "to ask for money."Juston McKinney has appeared numerous times on both the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and on the "Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien." Juston has had appearances on Comedy Central including his own half-hour special and his own one hour special, "A Middle-class Hole" which was released by Warner Brothers on CD/DVD.He also toured as part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, "The Next Generation."Juston has appeared numerous times on "The Tonight Show w/ Jay Leno" and on several, Comedy Central shows including his own half-hour Comedy Central "Presents" special. He is also part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour "The Next Generation" which aired on TBS and is currently available in stores on CD/DVD. He has his own weekly show on Sirius radio called "Juston McKinney- Live From the Woods". The New York Times calls him "Destined for stardom". The New York Daily News calls him "Hysterical". His... (read more)Juston McKinney appears on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $24.50. To purchase tickets please call the Palace Theatre box office at (603) 668-5588 or visit http://www.palacetheatre.org. Edit Module
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