The Jeff Dunham comedy show scheduled for this Saturday night (January 15th) at the Cure Insurance Arena in Trenton has been postponed.

My husband's going to have to wait a little longer to use the Christmas gift I gave to the show. Darn.

We just got an email from the arena saying that Dunham is sick and can't do the show.

The email read, "Regretfully, we must announce the postponement of this Saturday's Jeff Dunham show. He has lost his voice (due to a non-COVID related illness) and is unable to perform this Saturday, as originally scheduled.

The January 15th show in Trenton, NJ, at the Cure Insurance Arena will be rescheduled for Sunday, October 23rd, 2022 at 3pm and all tickets to the original performance will be honored for this new date.

We're wishing Dunham a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing everyone in October for his performance."

By the time my hubby uses this Christmas present, it will be time to get him another one. Lol.

Feel better, Jeff...we can't wait to see you in October. I've never seen my husband laugh so hard as he does when he's in your audience.

Don't your'll need them for the October show.

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