Ready to have a laugh? Comedians like Lisa Lampanelli help provide humor and insight into individuals and society as a whole that few other kinds of people can. Check out the schedule below for upcoming tour dates and Lisa Lampanelli tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
May 28, 2016
|Lisa Lampanelli||Las Vegas, NV|
Sands Showroom at the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas
May 29, 2016
|Lisa Lampanelli||Scottsdale, AZ|
The Salt River Grand Ballroom at Talking Stick Resort
Oct 22, 2016
|Lisa Lampanelli||Westbury, NY|
NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Nov 05, 2016
|Lisa Lampanelli||Montclair, NJ|
Lisa Lampanelli has been dubbed by the New York Times as the "Queen of Mean" for her abilities as an insult comic. Taking people's stereotypes about themselves and others around them and making people laugh about them helped Lampanelli create a reputation of being mean and, more importantly, funny. Don't let her soccer mom looks fool you; this foul-mouthed comic is sure to make all those who bought tickets to her show laugh. In addition to insult comedy, Lampanelli typically weaves into her routine subjects usually considered taboo in society, including racism, sexual assault, and other violence.
Lisa Lampanelli was born Lisa Lampugnale in Trumbull, Connecticut, in 1961. Starting stand-up in 1990, her rise to fame began in 2002, when she was invited to the New York Friars Club Roast of Chevy Chase. She was the only female that was invited. At the roast of Jeff Foxworthy, she was once again the only female invited to the event and her ability to insult people and still be loved keeps her coming back. She has also appeared on comedy specials for BET, VH1, MTV and Comedy Central. She is a regular guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Howard Stern Show. Her website describes her as a combination of Don Rickles, Archie Bunker, and a vial of estrogen.
Her first television special was for Comedy Central, when Lampanelli released Take It Like a Man in 2005. The one hour special's CD and DVD of the same title reached as high as #6 on the comedy charts. The success of the show prompted Comedy Central to give Lisa Lampanelli another one-hour special named Dirty Girl. The CD and DVD were released in January 2007 and have been met with critical acclaim. It was nominated for a 2008 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.