Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium | Edmonton, Alberta
Did you miss the ultimate comeback of America’s favorite Christian comic, Johnny Crist, earlier this year? If you are one of those comedy fans who haven’t had the chance to see his Emotional Support Tour, this is your chance to redeem yourself because the pastor kid turned stand-up comedian has added new dates to his massive tour. Join hundreds of comedy lovers this November 11 as he takes the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium by storm with his unique comedic acts that will make you laugh the night away. Known for his unapologetic and relatable humor about everyday situations and Christian culture, Crist will entertain audiences with never-before-seen-and-heard jokes and antics. November may be months away, but it is wise to reserve your tickets already. Tag all your buddies and watch the 40-year-old comedian blow the famous Edmonton, Alberta venue with observational humor, wild stories, and hilarious impressions relatable to a wide range of audiences. Hit the “Get Tickets” link to order your tickets today.
John Crist is a 39-year-old American comedian who is famous for comedy sketches about parents, millennials, and hilarious sports commentary. Crist is from Lilburn, Georgia, and is the third son of eight siblings. His father is a pastor, which became instrumental in Crist developing an overwhelming interest in Christianity. This interest eventually became a baseline and inspiration for most of his written comedy. His first gigs as a comedian were on open mic nights, clubs, churches, and restaurants. Crist’s comedy sketches are creatively familiar, entertaining, and hilariously blunt, leading many people to expect that he'll soon become a household name in comedy.
Crist's first job was at Chick-fil-A and his career as a comedian and performer took flight when his hard work earned him to win several comedian competitions. His first few shows were stand-up comedy nights, and Crist won The Denver Improv’s Got Laughs Competition, The Loonees Comedy Competition and became a finalist on Comedy Central's Up Next Comedy Competition. Crist opened up for several other shows and debuted most of his work with Louie Anderson, in shows and TV programs. In 2014, Crist decided to expand his horizons on a solo career and went to Los Angeles.
In 2016, along with Aaron Chewning, Crist wrote and produced a comedy sketch called “Christian Music: How It’s Made," and it quickly went viral. The video has over 3 million views and is one of the most defining works of the artist. The following sketches with a similar humor gained a consistent amount of traction, which quickly increased Crist’s success and out his name to a wider audience. His first headlining tour quickly sold out in 2017 called “Captive Thoughts," which covered over 20 east coast cities.
This year John Crist will be out to give the laughs because his long overdue and much-awaited “Emotional Support” tour will be spanning across the states! Over five million fans will be ecstatic to hear John Crist will be out on the road once again. If you’re looking for a reason to laugh and get those wrinkles out, Crist will be at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium this November 11. Get those tickets now and spend your Saturday night with one of today’s most fast-rising hilariously, silly stand-up comedians!