The 2 Johnnies announce Waterford 'Get Loose' tour date
Known for their comedy sketches and songs that capture the uniquely funny side of all things Irish, Johnny B (O'Brien) and Johnny Smacks (McMahon) have become part of the fabric of the Irish entertainment scene and they are only just getting started.
Fresh off the back of two sell-out nights of their live podcast show in Dublin, their Christmas show in Whelan’s sold-out to full capacity in 24 hours and now the boys set off on the high roads and highways of Ireland for their first ever nationwide tour.
Over the past 12-18 months, the guys have performed in Ireland, UK, USA and UAE to sold-out audiences of over 20,000 people.
Their YouTube channel has had over eight million views and their The 2 Johnnies podcast has been number one in the Irish podcast charts 38 weeks in a row - that's every single episode for the past seven months.
And the incredible stats just keep on coming! 170,000 followers on Facebook, 76,500 followers on Instagram, a further 30.7k on each of their personal Instagram pages, 80,000 followers on Snapchat and four number one songs in the Irish iTunes charts.
In Get Loose, we meet Mr. Chairman and the self-proclaimed hardest man in hurling Noel as they try new ways to raise funds for their club. Farmers Tom and Gerry are on a recruitment drive for more farmers with their hit single The Silage Song.
A mix of sketches, stand-up comedy and songs from internet sensations and the makers of Ireland's funniest podcast. Hear the stories so loose they couldn't be broadcast.
Over 12's only. Under 16’s accompanied. Tickets for all shows from €23 including booking fee from Ticketmaster outlets and venue box offices nationwide, except Vicar Street priced at €28 including booking fee. Tickets subject to service charge.
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