Top Jerry Seinfeld Moments To Watch Before he comes to Shea’s
After a nearly three-year absence, world-famous comedian Jerry Seinfeld will bring his legendary observational humor back to Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo, New York on April 21st, 2023.
Seinfeld, who is one of the wealthiest comedians on the planet thanks to syndication deals and years of success, is a huge event because he rarely tours. Because of this, his show at Shea’s is a hot ticket and will probably be pretty expensive.
Maybe these top five Jerry Seinfeld moments in history will convince you it’s worth the cost of admission to see Jerry Seinfeld live and remember how truly talented this iconic comedian is.
5. The Puffy Shirt
Who could forget the infamous “I don’t wanna be a pirate!” incident? This clip from Seinfeld would spark a million ideas for Halloween costumes for years to come.
4. Jerry's Interview With Zach Galifinakis
One of the best things about Jerry Seinfeld is how irritated he gets by the most minor things. So imagine when he’s stuck in the interview of his nightmares when chatting with Zach Galifianakis on his Funny Or Die web show Between Two Ferns. There’s even a random appearance by rapper Cardi B!
3. Jerry Drives The President of the United States
On his hit Netflix show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (please bring this back, Jerry!) - he rode with President Barack Obama and was told when he was worried about security to “just say you’re the president.”
2. The Soup Nazi
This is arguably the most memorable and infamous moment from all of Seinfeld’s nine-year run. Let’s say it all together now… “No soup for you!”
1. Seinfeld Gets Back Together With Kramer
On Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Seinfeld reunited with Michael Richards - who played his zany neighbor Kramer on Seinfeld. Richards, who was scandalized after a racist tirade during one of his stand-up comedy shows back in 2006, stayed off the radar until he met with Jerry for the Netflix show. A poignant and emotional discussion, this is by far the best moment Jerry Seinfeld has ever had on television.
You can get tickets to see Jerry Seinfeld at Shea's starting this Friday, October 21st at Ticketmaster, Shea's box office, or Sheas.org.