Chris Hardwick Brings His Funcomfortable Tour to Central Florida for Two August Shows

Chris Hardwick, the crowned King of the Nerds, is bringing his Funcomfortable Tour to Central Florida in August for two shows in Orlando and Tampa.

Chris Hardwick

Hardwick is the creator of popular pop-culture site Nerdist, which has branched out over the years to podcasts, video, and more. He is also host of TV shows like AMC’s “Talking Dead” and Comedy Central’s “@Midnight with Chris Hardwick,” an actor/writer/producer/musician/voice artist, and a regular moderator for panels at the annual Comic-Con.

When he has the time, he loves to add stand-up comedian to his multi-hyphenate job title, and the Funcomfortable Tour is serving as a warm-up for recording another comedy special. His first, “Mandroid,” was popular in its Comedy Central airings in 2012, and can be found on DVD/Digital.

With more than 900,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel, 2.3 million Twitter fans and a podcast with 5 million monthly downloads, Hardwick is one of the funniest and most influential faces in nerd culture today.

If you want to see how funny he can be, you can catch him at the following Central Florida stops on the Funcomfortable Tour:

He’ll be at the Hard Rock Live Orlando on Friday, August 7. Tickets are $35.50 plus tax/fees and can be purchased at and at the box office.

The following night, August 8, he will be at the Straz Center in Tampa. Tickets are $37.50 plus tax/fees and can be purchased at and at the box office.

For more on Chris Hardwick, visit his site, or follow him at Twitter and Instagram. You can find future tour dates at the Funcomfortable Tumblr.

To get you in the mood for his shows, here is an appearance he made on the Conan O’Brien show in May 2015 where he talks about the new Star Wars trailer:

About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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