Jim Gaffigan Adds Madison Square Garden Date To "Contagious" Tour

May 7, 2015

(UPDATE 5/7/15) Jim Gaffigan has added a special “Yeti in the City” date for his “Contagious” Tour. The show will be held at Madison Square Garden on December 12. The MSG show will easily be the biggest venue played on the tour, with most other shows being played in theaters. Jim Gaffigan tickets for the Garden show will be on presale Wednesday, May 6 with a general onsale following on Friday, May 8. The listed face price for the show ranges from $36-$69.

On the secondary market, Jim Gaffigan tickets have an average price of $127.22 across the other dates of the Contagious Tour. The tour will start July 16 at Mccaw Hall in Seattle and will conclude December 31 for the third of three shows at Pabst Theater in Milwaukee.

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Jim Gaffigan Announces 2015 "Contagious Tour" Dates

(3/3/15) Comedian Jim Gaffigan will be starring in his own television show on Comedy Central and TV Land this summer, and he’ll also be hitting the road for a tour. Gaffigan is one of the comedians who ditches all of his old jokes after he films a special, which means a new tour means all new material.


The Contagious Tour will make 32 stops in 31 cities. The only city that will see two shows will be Seattle on July 16 and 17, the first two nights of the tour. Gaffigan will tour through the middle of September with a September 12 stop at the Global Events Center at the WinStar World Casino & Resort in Thackerville, Oklahoma as the last show.

A presale for tickets will go on sale for many of these dates on March 3. The general on sale for tickets will start on March 6. Below is the full list of tour dates for the Contagious Tour.

July 16 – Seattle, Wash., Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
July 17 – Seattle, Wash., Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
July 18 – Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
July 20 – Eugene, Ore., Silva Concert Hall
July 21 – Redding, Calif., Redding Civic Auditorium
July 22 – Santa Rosa, Calif., Wells Fargo Center For The Arts
July 23 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
July 24 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Santa Barbara Bowl
July 25 – Los Angeles, Calif., Greek Theatre
July 26 – San Diego, Calif., Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay
July 29 – Broomfield, Colo., 1stBank Center
July 30 – Salina, Kan., The Stiefel Theatre For Perf. Arts
July 31 – Lincoln, Neb., Pinewood Bowl Theater
Aug. 1 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S. Cellular Center
Aug. 2 – St. Louis, Mo., Peabody Opera House
Aug. 3 – Kansas City, Mo., Starlight Theatre
Aug. 4 – Rockford, Ill., BMO Harris Bank Center
Aug. 6 – Chicago, Ill., FirstMerit Bank Pavilion @ Northerly Island
Aug. 7 – Rochester, Mich., Meadow Brook Music Festival
Aug. 8 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre
Aug. 9 – Akron, Ohio, Akron Civic Theatre
Aug. 10 – Hershey, Pa., GIANT Center
Aug. 11 – Baltimore, Md., Pier Six Pavilion
Aug. 12 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
Aug. 13 – Portsmouth, Va., Ntelos Wireless Pavilion
Aug. 14 – Cary, N.C., Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Aug. 15 – Charlotte, N.C., Uptown Amphitheatre At The NC Music Factory
Aug. 16 – Atlanta, Ga., Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Aug. 29 – Atlantic City, N.J., Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa
Sept. 4 – Palmer, Alaska, State Fairgrounds (Alaska State Fair)
Sept. 11 – Norman, Okla., Riverwind Casino
Sept. 12 – Thackerville, Okla., WinStar World Casino & Resort / Global Event Center