Charlie Berens Postpones Milwaukee Shows Due to COVID Outbreak
Charlie Berens’ shows from January 21 to 22 at the Riverside Theater have been postponed to April 8 and 9 of this year. The comedian and social media star announced the news on his Facebook Friday afternoon.
“We want to make sure that as many people as possible can watch our shows,” Berens wrote. “The most recent increase in COVID-19 cases makes it difficult this month, especially for those with health issues and their caretakers. “
In addition to shows from Milwaukee, Berens, who currently has 1.8 million Facebook followers and more than 700,000 YouTube subscribers, also delayed shows in Buffalo and Syracuse, New York, this month. He is currently touring across the country while promoting his new book The Midwest Survival Guide: How We Talk, Love, Work, Drink and Eat… All with Ranch, which went on sale in November and is officially a New York Times Bestseller.
If you are disappointed with the show and still want some content corrected from Berens, allow us to suggest that you pick up a copy of our printed January issue. The man himself is on the cover, and inside you’ll find a deep dive into his journey from young broadcast journalist to stand-up comedian to our state’s Camo cultural ambassador.
Also, I wrote this feature. My name is Archer. Salvation. I’m writing this other story right now, but I really like this cover story I did on Mr. Berens, and I’d be happy if you read it. Sorry to disturb you. Thank you.
Anyway, the tickets for the Berens show will be transferred to the new spring dates. “It’s going to be a fun time! Berens writes. “I bring my homemade jerky and bath brandy for everyone. Until then, keep moving “