They say laughter is the best medicine and if that's the case, then comedian Bert Kreischer will heal all that ails ya when he brings his "Berty Boy Tour" to Abilene on Thursday, December 9th.

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The world-renown comedian, actor, and writer will be tickling funny bones at the Taylor County Expo Center in a one-night-only affair - so get your tickets.

Fans of the Joe Rogan Experience will know Bert well as he's a frequent guest on the podcast. Speaking of podcasts, Bert has his own called "Bertcast" and if you haven't already subscribed, then do so now. Bert is a comic genius.

How much are tickets to see Bert Kreischer?

Tickets range anywhere between $37.75 to $77.75 at the Expo Center box office and online here.

When and where is the show?

Bert Kreischer will be performing at the Taylor County Expo Center on Thursday, December 9th and the show starts at 7 pm.

You can see Bert's work all over the place, including his latest Netflix special "Hey Big Boy". Bert's Youtube Channel is also a great way to lose an entire day while laughing your butt off.

One of my favorite bits of his is called "The Machine" in which he talks about signing up for a class in college then ending up with the Russian Mafia. It'll make you blow a snot rocket as you laugh so hard. Watch it below.

Oh, by the way, there's a great chance Bert will be shirtless during his show in Abilene.

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