The Ronnie Mund Block Party is coming to Syracuse! Hey Now!|
Ronnie, JD and Shuli, along with comedians Maddog Mattern,
Jon Tole and Danielle Stewart are invading Syracuse on May 25th at the Palace Theater on James Street.
General Admission: $30
VIP Seats & Meet and Greet: $45 SOLD OUT!(limited to 40 people)
VIP Table Seats: For VIP groups of 4 or more. SOLD OUT! VIP Tables are in front of the first row of seats and include an invitation to the meet and greet. Limited number available.
NOTE: DOOR TIME IS 7:00 PM FOR ADMISSION. VIP ADMISSION FOR PRE-SHOW MEET AND GREET IS 6:00 PM WITH 6:30 PM MEET AND GREET.
Presented by K-Rock, Labatt's and Magic Hat
The Howard 100 and Howard 101 SiriusXM Radio stations are like magnets for impossibly weird, hilarious and lovable characters. A contingent of these personalities is headed to the Palace Theater of Syracuse.
Through his unique combination of roughness and sweetness, Ronnie Mund, also known as Ronnie the Limo Driver, found his way from the driver's seat to the broadcast booth in the late '80s and became a fan favorite in the ensuing decades. In 2011, Mund began touring with fellow radio personalities and like-minded entertainers, JD Harmeyer, Shuli, Maddog Mattern, and John Tole, as the Ronnie Mund Block Party.
The tour started small, and has rapidly picked up momentum. In January, the Block Party sold out the largest room at Harrah's Atlantic City after a poker tournament hosted by Mund. March found the whole crew in Jamaica for a fan immersion experience. After four packed shows in Boston, the tour will make it's Upstate NY debut in May. It's also likely to be its last stop in the area. The tour has grown too big for its britches and attracted the ire of the lead performers' employer.
The Block Party is essentially a variety show fueled by the chemistry between the young Harmeyer and seasoned Mund. Like the radio audience that follows them, the performers are a seemingly divergent cross-section of culture, all tied together with a love for telling it how it is.
Shuli Egar, the tour's headlining comedian, actually got his start in radio as a fan. Through an on-air challenge and a game of blackjack in Vegas, Shuli ultimately became a Howard 100 News reporter. He and his Block Party accomplices, the uber-confrontational Maddog Mattern, metalhead John Tole, and the hot and filthy Danielle Steel, relish the chance to meet and mock fans all across the country.
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The Palace (View)
2384 James St.
Syracuse, NY 13206
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|