Comedian Ron White coming to Paramount to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

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The Paramount Theatre will host a benefit comedy show next month. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Aug. 31 for “The Harvey Relief Benefit: Comedy Helps,” a Sept. 5 show at the Paramount Theatre. Produced by Turk and Christy Pipkin, Ron White, Moontower Comedy Festival and the Paramount, the show will give all proceeds, including ticket, concessions and merchandise sales, to the American Red Cross and their work to help Texans after Hurricane Harvey.  

Performers include native Texan, Blue Collar Comedy Tour co-founder and professional Scotch drinker Ron White; Dallas native Iliza Shlesinger, host of late-night talk show “Truth & Iliza” on Freeform and the only female to have won NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”; and standup comedian and actor Chris D’Elia.

Tickets range from $75-$1,000; find out more at the Paramount’s website. 


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