Tampa: Comedian Nate Bargatze Is Coming Here Is What You Need To Know
On October 28, he hosted Saturday Night Live with musical guest Foo Fighters. Now stand-up comedian Nate Bargatze will be coming to Tampa.
In fact, this all goes down again on a Saturday night. This weekend at the Amalie Arena, Bargatze will perform two shows as part of his Be Funny Tour. The first is an afternoon performance at 3 pm. Then, a nightcap at 7 pm. This Tampa stop is sandwiched between two Atlanta dates.
To prep for a day of laughs, let’s take a moment to explain more about Nate Bargatze. By the way, he will return to Florida four more times between New Years Eve (at Sunrise, FL) and February.
Who Is Nate Bargatze?
First, he is a Grammy-nominated artist. Bargatze hails from Nashville, Tennessee. “Widely known for his clean and relatable comedy for all age groups and for his Netflix specials The Tennessee Kid, Greatest Average American and The Stand-ups, his latest special Hello, World can be found on Amazon Prime Video,” NateBargatze.com explains.
Though it may seem like Bargatze is newer on the scene he has actually been making crowds laugh around the country for quite some time. In fact, he released his first stand-up comedy album, Yelled at by a Clown in 2014. In addition, The Tennessee Kid was a 2019 Netflix special featuring an hour of Bartatze’s show in Atlanta. Jimmy Fallon has been a big fan having him on his show ten times, and was part of Fallon’s Clean Cut Comedy Tour.
Now, in addition to an extensive tour, Bargatze has a podcast entitled “Nateland” and YouTube channel you can check out. If you enjoy your evening this Saturday at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, you can then catch Nate Bargatze in Sunrise to wrap up the year. Then, in February the show stops in Estero (February 15-16) and in Orlando (February 2017). Bartgatze has a full plate ahead of him with a tour agenda that takes him all the way until August of 2024.