Wow, Trailer Park Boys has been on for 20 years??

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Well, the Canadian mockumentary is celebrating two decades of drunkenness, drugs, and debauchery by hitting the road! Trailer Park boys are bringing their 20th Anniversary Sunnyvale Xmas Tour to the Kalamazoo State Theatre Dec. 7, 2021.

Here's a release on the show:

With Bubbles looking to spread some genuine, good-old fashioned holiday cheer, Julian greasily trying to capitalize on the audience’s festive spirit, and Ricky and Randy’s all-out war raging into its third decade, it’s a guaranteed evening of reckless debauchery. Addressing the ongoing global crisis, Julian said, “I know times have been tough, but you should bring some extra money to the show.”


Joining the boys on tour for the first time is iconic Canadian burnout (and Ricky’s cell mate), Terry from FUBAR!


Spend an alcohol and drug-fueled evening with the boys for a Christmas show you’ll never forget…or maybe you will.


“Please God don’t let Ricky and Julian end up in jail for Xmas again.” – Bubbles


Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, July 16 at 10a.m. An online presale starts July 14. Tickets start at $39.50 and you can purchase them through Ticketmaster. 

According the Kalamazoo State Theatre, it's an all-ages event and there is a limit of  eight tickets per purchase.

Now in its 13 season, Trailer Park Boys premiered on Showcase on April 22, 2001. In the past 20 years, there's also been three feature films, two animated series, plus six specials and live concert tours throughout Europe, Australia, New Zealand and North America.

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