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Best Comedy & Stand-up in Sioux Falls

Brad Williams at Grand Falls Casino Resort

Brad Williams

California-born Williams has made a striking mark on the nationwide comedy circuit, as well as having a large fanbase online as a guest on various comedy podcasts and radio shows. First discovered by Carlos Mencia at his live show after noticing him in the audience, the young Williams was invited on stage to contribute to the show, to huge applause. Regularly making references and jokes concerning his dwarfism, Williams displays a brazen attitude towards subjects including disability, relationships, sex, and race, attracting new audiences with every appearance.

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Jim Gaffigan at Denny Sanford Premier Center

Jim Gaffigan

As a stand-up comedian, Gaffigan's clever, quiet, and family-friendly style has earned him a a rapid rise through the comedy ranks, and he now stands as one of the country's most popular comedians. His eponymous sitcom on TV Land broadened his appeal still further, to such an extent that he was picked by KFC to play Colonel Sanders in their TV ads! One of only 10 comedians to ever sell out Madison Square Garden, he's a New York Times bestseller and a Grammy nominee, as well as a father of five (phew). Catch him live on the Barely Alive tour this year!

Theo Von at Denny Sanford Premier Center

Theo Von

Comedian, podcaster, TV host and actor, is there anything Theo Von can't do?! Catch one of America's rising stars in action this spring as Theo Von heads out on his Dark Arts tour! Famed for his creation of CrankTexts.com (a website where the star gets into all sorts of weird and wonderful conversations with strangers), Theo Von began his varied career when he starred in MTV's hit series Road Rules.

Chris D'Elia at The District

Chris D'Elia

Chris D'Elia is best known for leading the stand-up heavy cast of NBC's Undateable, starring as Danny, a guy with some pretty serious commitment issues. He also played opposite Whitney Cummings in her short-lived self-titled sitcom, but stand-up comedy remains his first love, saying "Once I started doing stand-up, everything fell into place."