Kountry Wayne at Johnny Mercer Theatre

Kountry Wayne Tickets

Johnny Mercer Theatre | Savannah, Georgia

Kountry Wayne

Savannah, Georgia, are you ready for some high-energy comedy that will make you leave the theater with stomach pains from laughing so much? The Kountry Wayne and Friends tour is headed toward you on Friday, the 13th of September, 2024. What better way to spend a Friday the 13th than at a comedy show at the Johnny Mercer Theatre? You know what you can expect from Kountry Wayne, with his eyes popping and his dynamic shows. There’s going to be plenty of comedy styles on display, though.

America’s Got Talent contestant Preacher Lawson is part of the “Friends” that will be accompanying Kountry Wayne. He’s also a very high-energy dude on stage. He’ll be jumping up and down during his set. That way, the crowd won’t be too surprised when Kountry Wayne comes out with his set.

Daphnique Springs is also going to be a part of the show. When you talk about real girl power, Daphnique’s it. She’ll get up there and bash men throughout her entire set. In a way, though, that everyone in the crowd that night will be able to enjoy. She’s in charge of providing that change of pace for this comedy night, for sure.

The squeaky voice and the fast-talking from Comedian CP will also grace the stage. He’s got a much more chill delivery. It could be a good thing to put him on earlier in the night. Then things will start to really get wild when the rest of the group gets on stage. Just because he’s more of a chill dude doesn’t mean his set won’t be a good one.

If we’re talking about squeaky voices, then Wild n Out’s Cortez Macklin may just take the cake on this night. He’ll come out and do some improv that bleeds into his set. All of the performers on this night have something to add to the show.

This comedy night at the Johnny Mercer Theatre is going to be hard to replicate. It’s one of the most well-rounded comedy tours this season. Click the get tickets button to make sure you’re here on Friday, the 13th of September.

It’s no surprise that someone like Cortez Macklin is on tour with Kountry Wayne; after all, they are both Wild N Out alumns. 2018 was the year that Wayne debuted on the show; from there, his career has really taken off. He’s got a Netflix comedy special that was recently released and titled Woman’s Prayer. If you’ve watched it, don’t worry too much; it’s not like he’ll be bringing that set to Savannah, Georgia, on Friday the 13th. He’s promised to have an entirely new set for fans to enjoy. Kountry Wayne’s mentioned Richard Pryor as one of his main influences in comedy. He’s got some Chris Tucker to him as well, with the eyes and faces. It’s never a dull moment when he’s on stage, and that’s one of the keys to his success. He uses everything that he can to get a laugh.

Another thing that allows a lot of these shows to go above and beyond what you may expect is the improv element. Most of these comedians that will be gracing the stage of the Johnny Mercer Theatre on September 13 have that rap/improv background. If things are going south with their material on the night, they can shift things quickly. Kountry Wayne is known for playing the crowd well, and as mentioned, expect the show to be upbeat at all times. This style of comedy forces the audience to be on their toes at all times. You don’t want to miss a moment. There’s nothing worse than hearing people burst out laughing when you didn’t hear a thing!

Speaking of not hearing a thing, usually, that’s not a major issue here at the Johnny Mercer Theatre in Savannah, Georgia. The problem is you’re going to have to hear what’s happening on stage above the roar of the crowd at times. With Kountry Wayne, it’s also about the body language and the faces. Maybe this is one of those nights where it makes sense to sit as close to the front as possible. That way, you won’t miss any detail from the show. The event starts at 8 pm, you’ll want to get here early because every comedian is worth a watch. Click the get tickets button today to pick your spot in the theater!

Kountry Wayne at Johnny Mercer Theatre

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