After 2016 sell-out, Bobby Bones coming back to Beaumont in May

Bobby Bones

After selling out the Jefferson Theatre in mere minutes in 2016, Bobby Bones is returning to the Jefferson on Friday, May 11. Known for his nationally syndicated morning show on country radio called The Bobby Bones Show, Bobby has built his career on the ability to multi-task. He’s not only a radio DJ, but also a best-selling author, chart-topping recording artist, TV personality and philanthropist.

Of course, a full-time radio career hasn’t stopped him from regularly hitting the stage alone as a stand-up comedian. It continues to be a welcome challenge, too, putting Bones face-to-face with his audience and eliminating his cast of on-air sidekicks.

“I’m up there alone, telling stories from my life and sharing observations from my warped mind,” said Bones. “It’s all about honesty and awkwardness. I can’t react to something my partner has just said, because there’s no one else up there with me. I love the challenge.”

Bones’ morning show can be heard daily in Southeast Texas from 5-9 a.m. on the iHeart station KYKR 95.1 FM.

“The Bobby Bones Red Hoodie Comedy Tour” will also feature musical guest Brandon Ray. Ray, from the West Texas town of Big Spring, was heralded by Rolling Stone as one of “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know.”

Tickets will go on sale Friday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m. via the Civic Center box office, ticketmaster.com or by calling (800) 745-3000. Tickets start at $80.

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