MIKE BALDWIN

I’m doing a Valentine’s Day show at a theater in Washington. More details coming soon!
I’ll be at the Comedy Underground in Seattle! This is where I won the Seattle International Comedy Competition! I love coming back here!, Get tickets here when they go on sale!
I’ll be at the Funny Bone in Syracuse, NY with the hilarious Mark Viera! Get tickets here right now!
One of the first places to ever book me to do comedy. Goonies Comedy Club in Rochester! Still awesome after all these years! Get tickets here when they go on sale!
I’m doing a single, solitary show at a place called McClain’s in Blacksburg, Virginia. It’s a Bonkerz Comedy Productions comedy production. Get tickets here when they go on sale!

Hey, guess what? I’m doing a comedy show!  It’s at the Rocky Gap Casino & Resort. It’s a Bonkerz Comedy Productions comedy production. Get tickets here when they go on sale!

Do they call Sandusky, Ohio “Tommy Boy Town”? If they don’t, they should, because I do. Also, hey! I’m doing a show there at the Sandusky State Theater!  Get tickets here RIGHT NOW!
Funny Bone, baby! I’ll be in Albany, New York, opening for Nore Davis!  Get tickets by clicking this thing, and then scrolling down to the date you want to go. Simple!
I have verified that I’m doing shows in St. Paul, Minnesota. I have not yet verified that the shows are at the Laugh Camp Comedy Club, but, I’m pretty sure that they are. Get tickets here when they go on sale!

“Mike Baldwin simply goes out night after night and delivers top-notch comedy. His style is instantly likable, entirely personal and it highlights his attention to detail. His material is crisp and efficient and he supplements that material with subtle but perfect facial expressions and vocal inflections.” 

“Mike’s only source of income is comedy. That means he does comedy often enough that he pays his bills from just standing on a stage telling jokes and selling shirts, hoodies and koozies. I mean, he HAS to be pretty funny if he can do that. Or he just has really cool shirts, hoodies and koozies. Either way…”

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