The star of the “Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers” movie is coming to Syracuse this week.
John Mulaney will perform at the Upstate Medical University Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial in Syracuse on Sunday, June 12. The standup comedy show will begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets have been on sale since December, but the Oncenter announced Monday that a limited number of discounted tickets are now available for $25 through Ticketmaster. Additional fees may apply.
Prices previously ranged from $55.50 to $125.50, according to the Oncenter website, which says “Prices subject to change without notice.” Ticketmaster appears to show a large number of seats now available for $45.50 as well.
The show is part of Mulaney’s 2022 “From Scratch” tour dates, which include two more stops in Upstate New York at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) in Saratoga Springs on Friday, June 10, and the KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Saturday, June 11.
It’s the former “Saturday Night Live” writer’s first full tour since entering rehab in 2020 and welcoming a baby with Olivia Munn after his high-profile divorce. Mulaney’s credits include several standup comedy specials, hosting “SNL” four times, “Oh Hello” on Broadway, Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” IFC’s “Documentary Now,” the Emmy-nominated musical variety special “John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch,” voicing Spider-Ham in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and Chip in the new Disney+ live-action/animation hybrid reboot of “Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers,” and recently inducting Robin Williams in the national comedy hall of fame in Upstate New York.
Mulaney’s show will be a “phone-free experience.” Use of cell phones will not be permitted in the performance space; attendees will be required to secure their devices in individual Yondr pouches, which they maintain possession of at all times, and can re-open them at the end of the event.
The Oncenter also says attendees are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test for the show. Masks are also not required, but recommended.
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