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Eric Schwartz

Eric Schwartz

$12.00 to $30.00 +fee & tax
BUY
WHEN
Friday
25
AUG
Doors
7:30pm
Show
8:30pm
18 & up
WHERE

Hyena's Dallas

5321 East Mockingbird

Dallas, TX 75206

WHAT
Eric Schwartz

Eric Schwartz

Aug 24 - Buy Dallas Tickets for 8:30pm*
Aug 25 - Buy Dallas Tickets for 8:30pm*, 10:30pm
Aug 26 - Buy Dallas Tickets for 8:00pm*, 10:30pm

*30 VIP tickets at $15 for Thursday, and $30 for Friday and Saturday early shows only. Includes pre-show meet and greet, priority seating and special merch gift. Meet and greet begins 45 minutes before showtime and ends 15 prior to showtime. Doors open 1 hour prior to showtime. You must check in at least 30 minutes prior to showtime or your tickets may be sold (only in case of a complete sellout). If your ticket is sold, you will receive a full refund. If your ticket is not sold, there are no refunds. There is a 2-item minimum purchase per person in the showroom. Preferred seating is always recommended for best choice of seating. 

Eric Schwartz is a comedian, actor, voiceover artist, musician and content creator. In addition to television appearances on Showtime, the Tonight Show, Comics Unleashed, BET and his one-hour special, "Surrender to the Blender", on Hulu, Eric is know for his popular digital stand-up clips, sketches and parody videos. He has been going viral long before social media existed and continues to deliver hit after hit to his growing and engaged online fanbase. 

This multi-dimensional showman's stand-up, sketches, songs and characters have led to content collaborations with Grammy-winner Jason Mraz, Craig Robinson, Anjelah Johnson, Tiffany Haddish, Disney, Yahoo, HLN, Machinima, Maker Studios, MiTu Networks and more. 

On stage, Eric is one of the most creative and original comedians working today, earning the description, “everything there is to love about entertainment” (First Order Historians). GQ India names him one of "5 International Comics You Must Catch". “E! News Daily” host Ryan Seacrest said Schwartz is “rocking the web” with “video that’s got everyone Googling" and Forbes.com applauds him for having "a minor industry in pop music parodies".