Stand-up comedian Mark Normand is bringing his successful 'Ya Don't Say' tour into Shreveport to wrap up 2023. A pretty incredible 2023 for Normand actually.

The Louisiana native has been selling out shows on his 'Ya Don't Say', including international dates throughout the year. The year also saw him make his Netflix comedy special debut with 'Soup to Nuts', which spent time inside the platform's Top Ten throughout the summer. Also, on a personal note, this is Mark's first full year married to fellow comedian Mae Planert. So a pretty stellar year for the comedian.

Now his 2023 will wrap up in his home state, as his final show of the year will be Saturday, December 23rd, at The Strand Theatre in Downtown Shreveport. You can get your tickets right now, right here.

Normand is a native of New Orleans found success in the online comedy world with his self-released YouTube special 'Out To Lunch'. The special has gained over 12 million views on Youtube. Before that, Mark released two comedy specials the "old school" way...with Comedy Central. He's also made appearances across numerous late night shows including Conan, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Mark can also be seen/heard on his multiple podcase appearances like “The Joe Rogan Experience" and his own podcasts "We Might be Drunk" and "Tuesdays with Stories".

Mark Normand - Canva
Mark Normand - Canva

Don't miss this great night in Shreveport! Get your tickets here.

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