Ticket prices to see Matt Rife are no laughing matter.
The popular comic announced his mega ‘ProbleMATTic World Tour’ in June and fans all over North America scrambled for tickets to his 250+ shows on the 2023-24 run.
Now that the dust has settled, we’re here to sort through the rubble and help you find the best prices to catch the crowd work-heavy headliner live in Atlantic City, NJ.
From Aug. 18-20, the 27-year-old is headed to Ovation Hall at Ocean Casino Resort for five huge shows.
After review, it appears the best price on tickets is $122 before fees on Vivid Seats.
If that’s a little outside your budget, we recommend refreshing this page — it’s very possible that prices drop as we inch closer to showtime.
For an encore, Rife is scheduled to hit New York City’s Radio City Music Hall for six (!) shows from Feb. 2-4, 2024.
In the meantime, want to find out how much tickets are for the five gigs in AC?
Here’s everything you need to know and more about Matt Rife’s five gigs at Atlantic City’s Ovation Hall at Ocean Casino Resort.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Matt Rife Atlantic City ticket prices
A complete calendar including all show dates, start times and links to the best ticket prices at Ovation Hall can be found below.
|Matt Rife Atlantic City show dates||Ticket prices
|Friday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m.||$183|
|Friday, Aug. 18 at 10 p.m.||$147|
|Saturday, Aug. 19 at 7 p.m.||$122|
|Saturday, Aug. 19 at 10 p.m.||$135|
|Sunday, Aug. 20 at 7:30 p.m.||$153|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Matt Rife 2023-24 tour schedule
At the time of publication, Rife has 249 (!) gigs in the U.S. and Canada lined up from now up until June 2024.
He’s really leaving no stone unturned this year and next — Rife is likely coming to a venue near you in the near future.
So, if you want to see if the funnyman is headed to your town, you can find his complete 2023-24 calendar including all tour dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets here.
Matt Rife upcoming projects
Rife, who counts Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis as fans — as evidenced by his goofy, 2.5-minute tour announcement video — has quite a few irons in the fire.
Here are all of Rife’s TV and movie roles on the horizon courtesy of IMDb.
“Don’t Suck” stars Rife as an up-and-coming young comic with an unexpected past who hits the road with a veteran comedian who’s using the tour as a last chance at stardom. Stand up veterans Jamie Kennedy, Russell Peters, Carrot Top, Jimmy ‘JJ’ Walker and Jimmy Shubert round out the cast.
“The Private Eye” tells the story of Mort Madison (Rife), a private eye whose life is spiraling downward, when a beguiling, slightly familiar woman hires him for his most unusual case. Familiar faces in the cast include Eric Roberts and Erik Griffin.
“Trapped Inn” is a sci-fi thriller about an American cycling team trapped in a historic lodge during training camp high in remote European mountains. After team members mysteriously perish, two rival teammates clash as they fight for survival and try to find out what’s killing everyone on the team.
“Candy Flip” has no story to speak of at the moment; the film’s IMDb says the “plot (is being) kept under wrap.” Cole Carter, Danielle Loving and Jessica Belkin star.
“Karma’s a B—-“ follows Charley Stevens (Isabella Blake-Thomas) as she moves to her her recently deceased mother’s hometown. Upon arrival, she is plagued with strange nightmares that tease a horrific event, hinting at why her mother left town. Rife and Blake-Thomas are joined by Tony Todd in the ensemble.
Comedians on the road in 2023
Many household name acts are taking their punchlines to venues near and far this year.
Below, you’ll find just five of our favorite iconic performers you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
Who else is hitting the stage this year? Check out our list of the 51 biggest comedians on tour in 2023 here to find out.