Comedian Bert Kreischer will be taking his party boy antics to stages across the US and Europe on the all new “Body Shots World Tour,” set to kick off early next year!
The 39-date North American trek gets underway January 10 with a show in Portland, OR before taking the “Secret Time” star to a slew of cities including Indianapolis, Charlotte, San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, and Orlando. A final performance at Minneapolis' Pantages Theatre on March 31 will close out the first leg before Kreischer journeys across the pond for the remainder of the tour.
"I just got a full blood panel back & my liver is healthy," Kreischer said. "I can't wait for this tour."
The “Body Shots World Tour” marks Kreischer’s first ever world tour, bringing him in all his shirtless glory to a total of 10 countries in the coming year.
Who Is Bert Kreischer?
Bert Kreischer first stepped into the spotlight in 1997 when he became the focus of a six-page Rolling Stone article naming him the “top partier at the Number One Party School in the country.” The article, titled “Bert Kreischer: The Undergraduate,” would later serve as the basis for the 2002 film National Lampoon’s Van Wilder starring Ryan Reynolds. He’s certainly come a long way over the past two decades, cementing his place among the ranks of some of the biggest names in stand-up. Kreischer has released three stand up specials, including Comfortably Numb (2009), The Machine (2016), and his most recent and critically acclaimed Netflix special, Secret Time (2018). Kreischer has lent his talents to several other endeavors off the stage as well. He produces and hosts Bertcast, a weekly podcast that launched in 2012. He was also the host of the tv reality series Bert the Conqueror, featuring Kreischer and his hilarious fear of heights as he takes on thrill rides in amusement parks across the US.