FAIRBANKS — Jerry Seinfeld, who was a veteran stand-up comic before creating his self-titled 1990s sitcom, has scheduled a performance next month in Fairbanks.
The comedian is stopping at the Carlson Center on Oct. 26 as part of a two-show swing through Alaska. He’ll perform in Fairbanks a day after a show at Sullivan Arena in Anchorage.
Tickets will go on sale Sept. 14 through Ticketmaster, with prices ranging from $59.50 to $99.50, not including service charges. Carlson Center marketing officials were unavailable to provide details Friday afternoon about the upcoming performance.
The comic was the creator and star of “Seinfeld,” a top-rated sitcom that ran on NBC from 1989 to 1998. The show was heavily influenced by the observational humor of his act, even featuring clips of his stand-up show during its early years.
Seinfeld has largely focused on his live shows since his signature television show ended, though his credits include an animated film, “Bee Movie,” and a game-show style TV program, “The Marriage Ref.”
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