Comedian Jeff Dunham will be pulling all the strings in Central New York this fall.

Known the world over for his hilarious and impressive character work with puppets, Dunham will stop in Syracuse as part of his new "Still Not Canceled" 2023 tour. Dunham will descend on the Oncenter Arena on Saturday, October 21st. Tickets are on sale now for $54.10 (plus fees) through

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After eighteen years of working comedy clubs, building to theaters and ultimately to arenas, Dunham has secured his status as a global touring star, playing live to over 7,250,000 people with 1,390 performances from June 2007 through May 2022, earning the title of Billboard’s Top Comedy Tour for three consecutive years.

Worth noting is that Dunham's stop in Syracuse will be a matinee show, scheduled to kick off at 3:00pm.


Dunham's popularity with comedy audiences is irrefutable. His latest one-hour comedy special, Me the People, debuted on November 25th, 2022 and became Comedy Central's highest-rated stand-up special, surpassing his own previous special, titled Jeff Dunham’s Completely Unrehearsed Last-Minute Pandemic Holiday Special.

In addition to his impressive comedy resume, Dunham and his wife Audrey established the Jeff Dunham Family Fund as a means of giving back. A  percentage of proceeds from every ticket sold is aimed at supporting a diverse portfolio of charities and philanthropic endeavors.

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For more info on Jeff Dunham and to grab tickets for Saturday, October 21st at the Syracuse Oncenter Arena, visit his official website. 

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