El Paso can't get enough of an American ventriloquist stand-up comedian and his closest friends. Yes, El Paso loves Jeff Dunham especially his little friends that tag along. It is always a packed house when Jeff Dunham performs in El Paso.

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Those who have attended Jeff Dunham's show know just how hilarious the conversations are between him and his buddies. The last time Jeff Dunham came to El Paso was June 15, 2019, at the Plaza Theater.

I am so happy I had the opportunity to see him up close and personal at that show. He never seems to fail and does a magnificent job making people's face cheeks hurt.

My absolute favorite tour buddy of Jeff Dunham's to see on stage has and will always be Walter. Walter is the grumpy old man that always has something to complain about.

But Walter isn't the only funny guy around, the other tour buddies like Peanut, Achmed The Dead Terrorist, Bubba J, and Jose Jalapeno On a Stick. Everyone has their own personal favorite puppet they love to see of Jeff Dunham's on stage.

Well, get your wallets ready to purchase some tickets once again because Jeff Dunham is returning to El Paso, Texas. He will be performing at Don Haskins Center on April 24, 2022. If you're down for some laughs tickets will go on sale Monday, November 1 at 10 am.

Hopefully, you can make the show next year because believe me Jeff Dunham is worth seeing. Plus, people with the best seats are sometimes lucky because they get called out by Walter himself.

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