Ventriloquist and comedian Jeff Dunham comes to Abbotsford Centre this Saturday, March 11.

Jeff Dunham brings Passively Aggressive tour to Abbotsford

Ventriloquist plays Abbotsford Centre on Sunday, March 11

Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is bringing his cast of characters to Abbotsford this weekend.

The comedian and ventriloquist’s Passively Aggressive tour will be at Abbotsford Centre on Sunday, March 11 at 3 p.m.

Dunham released his latest standup special, Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster, on Netflix last fall.

The special features Dunham along with his ill-behaved and slightly demented posse of characters for a gleeful skewering of family and politics.

Dunham and his famous cohorts Walter, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Bubba J, and Peanut also consider what a new member to their already dysfunctional family could mean, putting the “relative” in Relative Disaster.

Dunham, a Guinness World Record holder for Most Tickets Sold for a Stand-up Comedy Tour, has built an entertainment empire over years of non-stop touring and innovation.

With over a million YouTube subscribers amassing over a billion views, he has carved out his own unique space in the comedy world, leading to record-breaking viewership with his comedy specials on Comedy Central and NBC.

His 2015 standup special, Jeff Dunham: Unhinged in Hollywood, debuted on NBC Primetime last fall and ranked as the time period’s top non-sports program on the Big 4 in every key measure.

Tickets for the show are $65 (plus service fees) and are available at ticketmaster.ca or JeffDunham.com.

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