Jeff Dye: Workin Sh!t Out – Zoom

Sun Jun 30, 2024 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM PDT
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$10.00 $2.24

$15.00 $2.55

VIP Admission includes ticket, and access to private meet and greet after the show. $30.00 $3.46

VIP Couples Admission includes ticket for 2 people to watch on 1 device & meet and greet after show. $45.00 $4.37

Two people can watch on one device. Have a date night without ever leaving your home! $22.50 $3.00

Planning on watching from home with 3 to 5 people? Buy a group ticket and save a few bucks! $30.00 $3.46

This is just a regular ticket - but you’re throwing in an extra few bucks to support. $20.00 $2.85

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This event is at 5:00PM PT/8:00PM ET

The show will be approximately 75 minutes, followed by a VIP Meet and Greet.

Comedian Jeff Dye is back with us at Nowhere! He will be working out his new material in a loose and very funny night of standup comedy!

Jeff Dye is a nationally touring comedian, actor, and host. Jeff shot over 100 episodes of a new FOX game show called "Who the Bleep is that?" and is currently filming his new comedy special, "The Last Cowboy in LA." Jeff starred in NBC's comedy adventure series "Better Late Than Never" and can be seen on episodes of "I Can See Your Voice" and "The Masked Singer" on Fox. Dye has performed multiple times on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and has his own "Comedy Central Presents" special. In previous years, he has starred on numerous TV projects, including "Money from Strangers," "Girl Code," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," NBC's "I Can Do That," "Better Late Than Never," "That Awkward Game Show" and numerous others. Jeff's last 2 albums "Dumb is Gooder" and "Live from Madison" is playing on Sirius XM and both are top 10 albums on the Billboard Comedy Charts.

Jeff is a recurring guest on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" where he has received praise for his raw unfiltered comedic viewpoint, bringing a new style of edge and honesty. Dye's passion is bringing love and positivity through laughter WHILE maintaining truth to everyone he encounters.


Nowhere Studios is a full live show experience from the comfort of your home (assuming your home is comfortable). Watch your favorite performers, comedians, speakers, and experts in an interactive show live from your home. And since there's no travel costs for the performers who normally need to travel to tour, tickets are more affordable to fans and supporters!


This show is limited, so don't wait to purchase your ticket.

Your ticket gets you access to the show on Zoom. Please make sure to download the Zoom app on your phone or computer ahead of time. We encourage the audience to keep their mics on so that everyone can hear the applause and laughter. If your mic is on, please make sure you are in a quiet environment. If there is hum or background noise, try wearing headphones. You are welcome to have your video on or off. Please be respectful: if you interrupt the performance or do anything inappropriate on video you will be locked out of the show.

Upon purchase, you will be emailed a Zoom link - DO NOT SHARE IT. Only one person can use each link, and if more than one person tries to use it, both people will be locked out of the show.


Nowhere Studios is providing a service via the use of Zoom’s platform, a platform we do not own or control. By purchasing a ticket you agree that any problems or issues caused by using zoom’s technology are not the responsibility of Nowhere Studios, but if necessary can be taken up by you directly with Zoom itself.

By purchasing a ticket you are acknowledging you are aware audio and video of the show will be recorded, and you grant the performers and Nowhere Studios the irrevocable permission to utilize the footage and your likeness as contained therein, in any way, throughout the universe in perpetuity, so long as the context is not changed to alter the meaning of the original interaction, or to imply an endorsement of any kind. You are welcome to keep your camera off if you prefer not to be seen. That said, most shows will not utilize the recording for anything, as the shows are generally only seen live.