Merrill Auditorium has been hosting some great shows lately. Jerry Seinfeld came in March to do his newest standup routine. Jesus Christ Superstar is coming on April 12. Sesame Street Live will be at Merrill on April 16. Straight No Chaser performs on May 4 and the legendary Diana Ross will be at Merrill Auditorium on May 14.

Those are some big-name stars and shows coming to Portland, Maine, and let's add another to the list. Comedian, actor, writer, and former cast member of Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson, is the next big name coming to Merrill Auditorium, and there's no doubt this show will sell out fast.

Davidson debuted on SNL in 2014 at the age of 20, making him the first cast member to have been born in the 1990s. He wasn't even old enough to drink when he started on SNL.

He currently stars in the Peacock original series Bupkis with Edie Falco and Joe Pesci. Oddly enough, Pete plays himself, while Falco and Pesci play characters.

As for movies, he made appearances in some big ones. He played Phlektik in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Bowie in Fast X, and voiced Mirage in Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.

Now he's coming to Merrill Auditorium in Portland on Friday, June 21, as part of his "Prehab Tour." Tickets go on Friday, April 4, at 10 a.m. If you are eligible for presale, those tickets go on sale on Thursday, April 3, at 10 a.m. You can your tickets at or the Merill Auditorium box office. It's not 1985 anymore though, so the easiest way to get tickets is online.

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