Fans of 1990s and early 2000s Canadian comedy, like The Kids In The Hall and Red Green, have probably heard of The Trailer Park Boys.

For those unfamiliar with the series (and movies), it follows a trio of Canadian (specifically, Nova Scotian) trailer perk dwellers named Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles.  Far from being members of MENSA, each episode features them trying to make money off criminal schemes.  In addition to dealing with the police, their plans are often made more difficult by the drunken manager of the trailer park where they live.

This video gives you a pretty good idea about what the show is like.

There were over 100 episodes of the original series, several movies, recorded comedy specials, and a Trailer Park Boys animated series on Netflix.

Now that the pandemic is winding down, it has been announced that the Trailer Park Boys will be hitting the road in the form of a comedy tour.

The tour will kick off on November 30th in Denver.  There will also be stops in Kansas City, Des Moines, Indianapolis, Nashville, Albany, Boston, and eight other cities.

It looks like they saved the best for last.  The final stop on the tour will be Portland on December 18th.

The show, at the Cross Insurance Arena, will kick off at 8 PM.

Tickets start at about $50.  The premium seats are way more, though.  At the time this was written, the most expensive tickets are over $850.  On top of the ticket prices, there are handling fees and taxes.

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This is my favorite.  For some reason, they decided to sing an old school sea shanty.

Back in 2016, they visited Jimmy Kimmel's show