Howie Mandel Show at Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort Rescheduled
Fans of Howie Mandel's are going to have to wait a little longer to see their hero in person in this area.
The October 21 appearance by the legendary stand-up comedian and America’s Got Talent is now being pushed back to May of next year.
The show at the Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort events center is now scheduled for Saturday, May 18, 2024, at 8:00 PM.
No official reason has been given for the postponement.
Tickets from the original show will be honored at the newly scheduled May date. Contact Grand Falls for any further questions.
There are tickets still available, ranging from $57.50 to $77.50, plus taxes and fees.
Howie got his start in comedy in his native Canada doing stand-up at a club in Toronto in 1978 and by the next year was opening for David Letterman.
His acting career began in 1980, starring in the movie Gas with Donald Sutherland.
In 1982, he started a six-year run as Dr. Wayne Fiscus on St. Elsewhere.
Ten years later, Howie had his own self-titled comedy show and in 1998 hosted his own talk show The Howie Mandel Show, which was cancelled after one season.
In 2005, Howie added game show host to his resume when he was the frontman for Deal or No Deal, which ran until 2019.
In 2010, he replaced David Hasselhoff on the judging panel for America’s Got Talent, a job he still holds down today.
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