Actor-comedian Sinbad is coming to Syracuse for a standup comedy show.
Sinbad will perform five shows at the Syracuse Funny Bone at Destiny USA from Sept. 16-18, according to the venue website. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16; 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17; and 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Tickets are being sold as two-person or four-person tables instead of seats “to ensure social distancing,” according to the Funny Bone website. Prices for Sinbad start at $74 for a two-person table.
Sinbad, whose real name is David Adkins, is known for his standup comedy specials and acting roles in movies and TV shows like “A Different World,” “The Sinbad Show,” “Jingle All the Way,” “Coneheads,” “Houseguest,” “Good Burger,” “Necessary Roughness” and “Rel.” He suffered a stroke in November 2020 and a benefit show was held last June to support him on his recovery.
“Just want to say thank you for all the birthday wishes today,” Sinbad, 65, wrote on Facebook this past November. “One of the coolest early birthday gifts was seeing a few of my standups on Netflix. Blessed to still be here and that I’m able to continue to make you laugh.”
Other notable comedy shows coming to Central New York in 2022 include Marlon Wayans (Feb. 20 at Turning Stone); Hasan Minhaj (March 3 at Landmark Theatre); Lewis Black (April 2 at The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater); Nate Bargatze (April 10 at Landmark Theatre); David Koechner (May 13-14 at Syracuse Funny Bone); Jay Leno (June 10-11 at del Lago Resort & Casino); John Mulaney (June 12 at Upstate Medical Arena at The Oncenter War Memorial); Jeff Dunham (July 8 at Turning Stone Event Center); and Ronny Chieng (Sept. 10 at del Lago Resort & Casino). Tracy Morgan’s Feb. 11-12 shows at the Syracuse Funny Bone are being rescheduled, but he’s still set for April 2 at del Lago Resort & Casino.
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