Sun, Mar 11|
Indiana Theatre Event Center
Grammy-nominated, Blue Collar comedian, BILL ENGVALL will be performing his brand new stand-up routine with material from his new special "Just Sell Him For Parts", as well as some classics.
Time & Location
Mar 11, 2018, 3:00 PM
Indiana Theatre Event Center, 683 Ohio St, Terre Haute, IN 47807, USA
About The Event
Bill Engvall is an American comedian known for his Southern drawl, perfect timing and hilarious commentary on the challenges of daily life. Fans can expect plenty of laugh-out-loud moments at Bill Engvall's live shows, and he's a fan favorite for managing to come up with original, relatable routines while still keeping everything family friendly. Bill Engvall's tours include (current) 2017 Just Sell Him for Parts Tour, 2012 Them Idiots: Whirled Tour Tour, 2009 Ages and Confused Tour, 2007 15° Off Cool Tour and the original 1996 Here's Your Sign Tour. The album version of Here's Your Sign was certified U.S. platinum. Bill Engvall Background Bill Engvall was born William Ray Engvall Jr. on July 27, 1957, in Galveston, Texas. He stayed in the Lone Star State all through high school and went to college in Georgetown, Texas at Southwestern University. He had originally planned on getting a degree in education but ended up working as a DJ in Dallas. It was this job, which led him to try amateur stand-up nights that launched the beginnings of his comedy career. Engvall made the long-distance move to California in 1990 so he could seriously pursue a career in stand-up, and his first major break was co-hosting A Pair of Jokers with Rosie O'Donnell. He also made short appearances on The Golden Girls, The Tonight Show, An Evening at The Improv and The Late Show with David Letterman. By 1996, he had a contract with Warner Bros. and started his series of comedy albums, the first of which was title Here's Your Sign. This went on to become his signature line and a major part of all of his standup routines. He gained widespread notoriety as part of the 2000 Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which included big-name comedians Jeff Foxworthy, Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy. He went on to participate in the tour for six years, as well as star in three related films, the Blue Collar TV show and a satellite radio show. Fans can follow him on Twitter @billengvall