'Impractical Jokers' Stars to Bring New Comedy Tour to Cincinnati

The comedians will visit Cincinnati on Tuesday, Dec. 28, at Heritage Bank Center.

click to enlarge The Tenderloins on "Impractical Jokers": James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, Brian “Q” Quinn and Joe Gatto. - IMAGE: TRUTV VIDEO STILL
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The Tenderloins on "Impractical Jokers": James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, Brian “Q” Quinn and Joe Gatto.

Get ready to lighten up, Cincinnati. The stars of Impractical Jokers and The Misery Index are heading to the Queen City this winter for the "The Scoopski Potatoes" tour.

The Tenderloins — James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, Joe Gatto and Sal Vulcano, who collaborated to create and star in Impractical Jokers on the cable channel truTV — will visit Cincinnati on Tuesday, Dec. 28, at Heritage Bank Center. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, July 23.

The 40-city tour will focus on "never-before-seen videos and storytelling stand-up," a press release says.

"We’ve waited a long time to be able to get back on the road doing what we love most - making people laugh!" the comedy troupe says in the release. "This tour is especially meaningful to us, and we are absolutely thrilled to be back in person where we can connect with and laugh alongside our fans for the first time in over a year and a half. We can’t wait to kick off the festivities."

Impractical Jokers launched on truTV in 2011 and features Murray, Quinn, Gatto and Vulcano daring each other to get through jovial public challenges. The show spawned a theatrical film in 2020, and a 10th television season will begin filming soon.

The Impractical Jokers stars also feature in The Misery Index, which premiered in 2019. In it, the stars collaborate with regular contestants to rank uncomfortable life situations.

Watch top Impractical Jokers moments below.


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