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Fully Loaded Comedy Festival with Bert Kreischer hits PNC Field in Moosic on June 16

Fully Loaded Comedy Festival with Bert Kreischer hits PNC Field in Moosic on June 16
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From a press release:

Today, comedian Bert Kreischer announced that he will be starting the party back up this summer with his second annual Fully Loaded Comedy Festival at 16 iconic ballparks and arenas across the country.

On Friday, June 16, a star-studded lineup will perform at PNC Field (235 Montage Mountain Rd., Moosic), home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Tickets go on sale this week.

Northeastern Pennsylvania’s biggest comedy event of the year will feature a “Fully Loaded” lineup, including Bert “The Machine” Kreischer, Tiffany Haddish, Dave Attell, Big Jay Oakerson, Dan Soder, and Tammy Pescatelli. The lineup varies by market and is subject to change. Additional special guests will be announced.

Promoted by Outback Presents, a ticket presale begins today at 10 a.m. using the code LOADED, with the full public sale set for Friday, March 10 at 10 a.m. at

“Fully Loaded is the best ticket you can buy in entertainment this summer – indoors, outdoors, baseball stadiums, arenas, and The Gorge,” Kreischer said.

“The Fully Loaded lineups are top to bottom the best talent to have ever graced stand-up stages – an absolute no-brainer for any comedy fan.”

The concept for the Fully Loaded Comedy Festival was conceived during Kreischer’s 2020 Hot Summer Nights Tour while performing at drive-in venues during the pandemic. He fell in love with the unconventional aspect of outdoor comedy shows, which sparked the idea to create a top-tier showcase that had never been done before. Having fond memories of the original Lollapalooza, he founded his own comedy version that would encompass everything he loves – comedy, the outdoors, good times, and drinking with friends to give fans an experience they will be talking about for years to come.

This year, the festival will partner with the charity Comedy Gives Back. They are an organization founded as a safety net for comics by providing them with financial crisis relief, mental health support, and more to those that need help.

Kreischer’s career has evolved from earning Rolling Stone’s 1997 “Number One Partier in the Nation” to one of the top-grossing stand-up comics in the business. In 2022, Pollstar listed Bert as No. 4 in the “Top 10 Highest Grossing Tours,” performing to sold-out arenas around the globe. He is currently on his 2023 Tops Off World Tour.

As one of the best storytellers of his generation, the 50-year-old Florida native seamlessly and sincerely shares anecdotes about his family and fatherhood while showing his ability to prove “that there’s a way to take his [party boy] antics into middle-age,” Forbes noted.

On Tuesday, March 14, he will release his highly anticipated fifth stand-up special, “Razzle Dazzle,” on Netflix. Shameless – and shirtless – as ever, Bert spills on bodily emissions, being bullied by his kids, and the explosive end to his family’s escape room outing. His stand-up specials “Secret Time,” “The Machine,” and “Hey Big Boy” are also currently streaming on Netflix.

As if that wasn’t enough, Kreischer tops off this summer as the star in the Legendary/Sony Pictures film “The Machine,” exclusively in theatres across the country on May 26. Set 23 years after the study abroad experience he chronicled in his 2016 Showtime stand-up special, the movie follows Kreischer as the Russian mafia finally catches up with him after all these years and seeks retribution for the crimes that he committed in their country as a rowdy, drunken college student.

In additional to a successful stand-up career, Kreischer has made himself a household name in the podcast world with several top comedy podcasts, including “Bertcast” and “Two Bears One Cave” that he co-hosts with Tom Segura. He also hosts the popular YouTube cooking show “Something’s Burning.”