No joke – grab the presale code for Ben Schwartz’s NYC show now

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Straight to the punchline here – click on over to beat the rush for tickets to the upcoming Ben Schwartz & Friends improv show at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on April 23.

The actor/comedian announced on Twitter that tickets are live today, and fans can score their presale seats using the code IMPROV to “get ‘em before everyone else.” The code is necessary to access tickets to the presale, which is going on now.

Hurry over before the rest of his 1.2 million Twitter followers (well, those in New York) scurry to scoop them up.

The show was only announced a few days ago by The Afterparty and Space Force star, with a thrill-inspiring message – including “BEACON THEATRE BABY!” – from the man himself:

Schwartz burst into our hearts as the scene-stealing, silver-spoon entitled, oblivious yet adorable Jean Ralphio on Parks and Recreation.

In the show, his character earned a big payday by getting run over by a car. But not just any car, a Lexus, which, ironically enough, is the sponsor for the upcoming improv show.

If we were in your NYC shoes, missing this show seems like it would definitely be “the worrrrrrrrst!”

Tickets go on sale Feb. 4 at 10am EST.

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Habeab Kurdi

Habeab Kurdi

You could say Habeab is bit like Roy Kent — here, there, every-f’ing-where. Immersed in journalism for 20 years now, he writes about life — from sports to profiles, beer to food, film, coffee, music, and more. Hailing from Austin, Texas, he now resides in the gorgeous seaside city of Gdynia, Poland. Not one to take things too seriously, other than his craft, BB has worked in brewing and serving beer, roasting and pouring coffee, and in Austin’s finest gin distillery among myriad other things. A graduate of the University of Texas, he once worked for the Chicago Sun-Times and Austin American-Statesman when newspapers were still a thing, then dabbled in social media and marketing. If there is water, he will swim there — from the freezing seas of Copenhagen and Gdynia, to the warm waters in Texas and Thailand.