Impractical Jokers' arena tour includes Target Center stop

They were last here during the 2018 Minnesota State Fair.
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The comedy troupe behind the hit TV show "Impractical Jokers" are heading on another U.S. tour, with Minneapolis among the stops.

The four-man group known as The Tenderloins, stars of the truTV show in which they one-up each other in a series of increasingly outrageous dares, will stop at the Target Center as part of The Scoopski Potatoes Tour.

The troupe, comprising James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, Joe Gatto, and Sal Vulcano, was last in Minnesota in September 2018, when they played the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand series.

The foursome have enjoyed a big year, with their new TV show "The Misery Index" – also starring Jameela Jamil of "The Good Place" – getting renewed for a second season, while "Impractical Jokers" was picked up for a ninth.

Their show in Minneapolis will be on July 16, with tickets going on sale now here.

You can find more information at impracticaljokers.com

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