Bass Concert Hall | Austin, Texas
Expect complete and utter surprises of hilarious proportions when she opens her mouth and the words start to come out. That's why Taylor Tomlinson has such devoted fans who will go to great lengths to see her perform live. Luckily, on March 25, 2023, you can catch her in all her incredibly funny glory at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas. Honestly, you're about to have the time of your life, but you'd better hurry up and buy tickets because they're going fast. Get your hands on a set immediately before they disappear for good.
Have you ever wondered where Taylor Tomlinson got her start? Well, here is a brief biography of what is a seemingly never ending list of incredible achievements. Tomlinson's father encouraged her to try stand-up comedy when she was only 16 years old, and she hasn't stopped since. She has performed everywhere from college auditoriums to intimate coffeehouses. She was a top 10 finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing season 9, and Variety named her one of the "Top 10 Comics to Watch" at the 2019 Just for Laughs Festival.
In addition to her many appearances on "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" and "Conan," the comic has also made guest appearances on a wide variety of Comedy Central specials. Tomlinson's first stand-up special, Quarter-Life Crisis, premiered on Netflix in March of 2020. In the fall of the following year, she and fellow comedian Whitney Cummings embarked on the Codependent Tour. During the same year, she, Kelsey Cook, and Delanie Fischer released their first episode of the comedy podcast Self-Helpless. In 2021.
She started a podcast called "Sad in the City." But that wasn't all; in December 2021, she also ranked among Forbes' 30 Under 30. Her latest Netflix stand-up special, "Look at You," was well received upon its release. Now she has set her sights on you in Austin, Texas. Tickets are selling at an unprecedented rate, so don't delay if you want to experience this once-in-a-lifetime event for yourself.