Comedian Ron James makes three Okanagan stops – Kelowna News
Ron James visits the Okanagan
Photo: Terry McRae
Comedian Ron James is scheduled to perform in the Okanagan next week.
James is currently touring British Columbia and will make his first Okanagan stop on November 29 in Vernon at the Vernon & District Performing Arts Center, followed by a performance in Kelowna on November 30 at the Kelowna Community Theater and Oliver on December 1 at the Venables Theater.
James is an award-winning comedian and sold out for 20 years.
The Edmonton Sun said his performance was “a night of hissing, sniffling, gasping and panting hilarity”, while the Victoria Times Colonist called him “Canada’s funniest man”.
In addition to the five seasons featuring his own series, “The Ron James Show,” his nine hour-long critically acclaimed specials have quickly become a New Year’s Eve viewing tradition for millions of Canadians.
The storyteller also didn’t let the pandemic slow him down, as he capitalized on his free time during the lockdowns and wrote his first book, “All Over the Map: Rambles and Ruminations from the Canadian Road”, published by the giant of the Penguin- Random House edition, September 28.
To reserve seats for the “Ron James – Back Where I Belong” tour, click here.