Event Announcement: Kenny vs Spenny – The Battle Continues – Nov. 7th/2015

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

(Halifax, NS) – Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice return to the Maritimes with their brand new live show Kenny Vs. Spenny: The Battle Continues and will perform at The Spatz Theatre (Citadel High) in Halifax on Saturday, Nov. 7 and The Playhouse in Fredericton on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 8 p.m.

Kenny and Spenny will compete for victory LIVE in front of an audience. Each live show will contain crazy insane challenges and brutal humiliations the television networks refuse to air. Who’s better? Humiliation time.

The New Season (LIVE) series continues the saga between two best friends challenging each other in competition with humiliation for the loser. Every LIVE season show will be different as even Kenny or Spenny have no idea what the challenges or humiliations will be. With hundreds of potential options the audience will have an opportunity to witness the horror live! Don’t get too close or you might end up being part of the action.

Hotz and Rice created and starred in six seasons of the competition-based Kenny vs. Spenny TV show that aired on CBC, Showcase and Comedy Central, wrapping up with a Christmas Special in December 2010. They have been touring their live shows since March 2014.


A limited quantity of VIP tickets will be available for each show for $100 (including tax and service fee). VIP tickets include 1 premium seat, a VIP meet and greet, commemorative lanyard and photo opportunity. Regular priced tickets are $40 in advance (including tax and service fee). Additional fees may apply.

Halifax tickets will be available exclusively online at www.sonicconcerts.com.

Fredericton tickets will be available at The Playhouse box office, by phone at (506) 458-8344 and online at www.sonicconcerts.com.

Please be advised that this show is open to all ages but contains strong language and graphic scenes. Viewer and parental discretion is strongly advised.


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