Special guests include Really Big Santa, Lucky Yates, Krampus, Mighty Mo the Organ with Matthew Kaminski, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Dames Aflame Dancers and more!

Tuesday, December 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fox Theatre.

Tickets start at $30 and are available at foxtheatre.org, the Fox Theatre Ticket Office and by phone at 855-285-8499.

Go first class at the Fox Theatre with Marquee Club Access. Access includes early, PRIVATE entry (no lines) into the club 30 minutes before doors, pre-show dinner & dessert, access to private bars and bathrooms throughout the show and more! Marquee Club passes are $55 and must accompany a paid Puddles Pity Party & Friends Holiday Jubilee ticket to enter.

A limited number of VIP packages are also available. These packages will include premium tickets to Puddles Pity Party & Friends Holiday Jubilee, a meet-and-greet photo opportunity with Puddles, a private pre-show acoustic performance of two songs by Puddles, an exclusive VIP Puddles souvenir, and the Marquee Club experience.

A 7-foot clown walks into a bar. He motions for a soda water and sits there staring at his drink. The year was 1998 and Puddles had wandered into the Star Community Bar in Atlanta, GA where bartender Big Mike Geier first laid eyes on the sad, silent clown.

“There was a heaviness about him,” says Geier. “I could tell he wasn’t in the mood to chat, so I pretty much left him alone except to pass him the mustard when he pulled an onion and a heel of bread out of his pocket. A couple weeks later, he came by the bar and gave me a flyer to a show he was doing at a flea market. The sound system at that flea market was crap, but his voice was something else. I’ve been in my share of bands and wasn’t expecting much from a clown singing karaoke from a boombox. But I’ll be damned if his singing didn’t get me all choked up.”

The two soon became close friends, with Big Mike acting somewhat as a confidant, and the pair travel all over with Puddles Pity Party, Mike speaking on behalf of Puddles since the clown chooses to stay silent.

Originally from River City before kicking around Atlanta, the sulking serenader gained momentum after hitting the road as guest performer on the 2010 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Live tour and 2013 Eels tour and making special appearances at Seattle’s Teatro ZinZanni and NYC’s Sleep No More.


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