Actor-comedian Whitney Cummings will bring her latest stand-up tour to Omaha in 2022, Omaha Performing Arts announced Monday.
From concerts to championships, the CHI Health Center has hosted it all.
Comedian Whitney Cummings will bring her latest stand-up comedy tour to Omaha next year.
Omaha Performing Arts announced Monday that Cummings will visit Omaha at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18, 2022, as part of her "Touch Me" tour. Best known for creating and starring in the NBC series “Whitney,” Cummings is also co-creator and co-writer of the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy series “2 Broke Girls.”
Tickets for the show will start at $39.50 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at
ticketomaha.com or in person at noon at the Ticket Omaha box office, inside the Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St.
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The downtown skyline is seen as sun rises over the trees of Adams Park in Omaha on Thursday.
Matthew Strunc, 10, of Omaha, balances double corn heads during a Nebraska Alumni Association party ahead of the Huskers vs. Sooners football game at Fassler Hall in Oklahoma City on Friday.
Bennington's Cayden Bluhm has the ball punched out by Omaha Skutt's Nolan Schwartz at Bennington High School on Friday.
Bellevue West senior Jayna Hope holds a balloon before a game against Millard South at Bellevue West High School on Thursday.
Millard South's Jake Gassaway tackles Bellevue West's Dae'Vonn Hall at Bellevue West High School on Thursday.
The Marine honor guard stands during the public visitation for Cpl. Daegan Page at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Thursday.
David Gibbs Sr. salutes during the public visitation for Cpl. Daegan Page at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Thursday. Gibbs, a Navy veteran, served 26 years.
Nebraska's Luke Reimer intercepts a pass against Buffalo during their game on Saturday in Lincoln.
Buffalo's Daishon Folsom gets a hand on Nebraska Adrian Martinez's face mask in the third quarter on Saturday.
Nebraska's Gabe Ervin Jr. (22) celebrates a touchdown in the Buffalo vs. Nebraska football game in Lincoln on Saturday.
Nebraska's Pheldarius Payne (0) is a moment too late in trying to sack Buffalo's Kyle Vantrease (7) in the Buffalo vs. Nebraska football game in Lincoln on Saturday.
Nebraska's Gabe Ervin Jr. celebrates scoring a touchdown in the second quarter against Buffalo on Saturday.
Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost talks to an official after a touchdown against Buffalo was called back on pass interference in the second quarter on Saturday.
Nebraska's Adrian Martinez runs for a first down past Buffalo's James Patterson during their game on Saturday in Lincoln.
Jeff and Lori Wheeler rest in the shade outside Memorial Stadium before the start of the Nebraska and Buffalo game on Saturday.
People pay their respects during the procession for Marine Cpl. Daegan Page outside Braman Mortuary in southwest Omaha on Friday. Cpl. Page, along with 12 other American service men and women, was killed in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan on Aug. 26.
Matthew Brodersen, accompanied by wife Erin and 11 month old Maverick, holds up an American flag before Cpl. Daegan Page's procession passes by on the 96th Street bridge over Interstate 80 on Friday.
People line Abbott Drive to pay their respects to Cpl. Daegan Page as the procession carrying his body drove through Omaha on Friday. Page was killed in Afghanistan during the U.S. withdrawal.
Darlene Weil waits for Cpl. Daegan Page's procession. Weil's grandson, Dylan Weil, is a loadmaster on a C-17 and was helping evacuate people out of Afghanistan.
Nebraska's Lexi Sun (11) stretches before the start of the Nebraska vs. Creighton volleyball match at the CHI Health Center in Omaha on Wednesday. The Huskers won in three sets.
Nebraska's Ethan Bradford throws in the bullpen during a fall practice on Tuesday.
Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez runs in a touchdown in the second quarter against Fordham.
Nebraska’s Adrian Martinez celebrates Nebraska’s first touchdown in the first quarter in front of Fordham’s Mike Courtney.
Nebraska’s Oliver Martin can’t catch up to this first-quarter pass in the end zone as Fordham’s Anthony Tony-Itoyah pursues.
Nebraska's Wyatt Liewer jumps over Adrian Martinez as he falls over Fordham's Jackson Barletta at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.
Catherine Burke, 2, plays in a John Deere tractor at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.
Nebraska's Callie Schwarzenbach hits the ball over UNO's Lakyn Graves, left, and Sadie Limback during the Ameritas Players Challenge tournament.
From left: Nebraska's Kenzie Knuckles, Lexi Rodriguez, Lexi Sun, Keonilei Akana, No. 6, and Callie Schwarzenbach celebrate a point in the fourth set against UNO during the Ameritas Players Challenge tournament.
Nebraska's Kenzie Knuckles waits near the Nebraska locker room entrance before the Huskers play UNO during the Ameritas Players Challenge tournament.
Georgia's Kacie Evans celebrates a point against Arizona during the Ameritas Players Challenge tournament.
Millard South's Antrell Taylor tackles Elkhorn South's Josh McWilliams on Thursday.
Elkhorn South's Katie Gallagan bumps the ball against Millard South at Elkhorn South High School on Thursday.
Millard South's Jake Gassaway, left, and Josh Wilson, right, tackle Elkhorn South's Cole Ballard on Thursday.
Millard South's Jake Gassaway makes a juggling touchdown catch in front of Elkhorn South's Blake Daly in the second quarter on Thursday.
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Bob Hinson walks in the former command center in what used to be StratCom's underground bunker. The door is one of the few things that remains after StratCom moved into a new building and the 55th Wing took over. President Bush was in this room during the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11.
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