Jerry Seinfeld Returns to Playhouse Square in July

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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld became an overnight sensation in the '90s thanks to the popularity of his TV show that was literally about "nothing."

In the wake of the sitcom's success, Seinfeld has returned to his first love, stand-up comedy. He regularly comes to Cleveland, and we're told that every one of his Playhouse Square appearances over the past 23 years has sold out. There's no reason to expect his next appearance, slated for July 15 at the State Theatre, will be any different.



Tickets for that show go on sale at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 18, at playhousesquare.org, 216-241-6000 and the Ticket Office. Prices will be $50, $67.50, $85 and $150 (for the first 12 rows). 



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