Jerry Seinfeld Back in Vegas, Baby!


| LAST UPDATE 08/15/2023

By Evelyn Martinez
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Jerry Seinfeld is no stranger to Las Vegas, especially The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. After several decades of performing at the iconic venue, Jerry will be returning in 2024 to the City of Lights for six shows. On the back of his tour around the States, the legendary comedian and writer has just announced more dates for a reappearance at a stage he knows and loves. In an interview with The Las Vegas Sun, Jerry said, "I love Las Vegas. It's a great place to be a comedian. The energy is incredible, and the people are always up for a good time." He's certainly got that right!

Not only does the Seinfeld star love Vegas but there is a reason he keeps coming back to one stage. He told The Las Vegas Review-Journal, "The Colosseum is a great place to perform. It's intimate enough that I can connect with the audience, but it's also big enough that I can really let loose." Next year, Jerry will perform two shows in April, another two in August, and a final two in September. We're not sure why he's spreading his shows in Las Vegas out, but either way, we're glad he's still kicking with the comedy game.

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Jerry is renowned for his ability to make people laugh with his observations about the everyday things that everyone experiences. His standup career began when he appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1981. Flash forward to 1988, with Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David, he co-created the sitcom, Seinfeld. The hit series became one of TV's most successful comedy series. No big deal, just Jerry being the original comedian. Jerry has received acclaim since the show's finale for his widely-adored Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee series. Even former President Obama made an appearance!

As of now, Jerry is currently performing on tour around the continent. He began his 2023 tour at the Colosseum in Las Vegas and has moved through Indiana, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and even some smaller Canadian cities. Even after 40 years of performing in front of audiences, Jerry still sells out shows like there is no tomorrow. 

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