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Tim Hawkins comedy will bust your gut

The gut-busting comedy of Tim Hawkins comes to Wichita with entertainment fit for the entire family while doubling down on the funny. It’s a daunting task in an age where the obscene has become routine. His act is 1 part gifted + 2 parts twisted, the only certainty being his on-the-nose observations that expose the ridiculousness of daily life while marveling in its hilarity.

The laughter starts Sunday, May 14 at 6:00 pm at Central Christian Church, 2900 N. Rock Rd. in Wichita. Tickets are on sale now at the church or online at trinitycommunications.org or by phone at 260-484-1029.

Since giving up his job as a grocery truck driver in 2002, Hawkins has been establishing himself as one of the most in-demand comedians in the country.

With 300,000,000 video views online and more than 100 sold-out concerts every year, his Jackwagon Crew has grown into a revolution of multi-generational proportions. Tim’s special guest will be Ken Kington.

Tim’s gut-busting comedy show entertains the entire family while doubling down on the funny, a daunting task in an age where the obscene has become routine. His act is 1 part gifted + 2 parts twisted, the only certainty being his on-the-nose observations that expose the ridiculousness of daily life while marveling in its hilarity. The perils of marriage, homeschooling and growing up in the Midwest may not exemplify the rock star life, but they make for really good punch lines.

Sure he’s funny, but fans are often even more amazed at his singing voice and guitar chops. Tim’s hilarious music videos have brought him viral YouTube fame with fan favorites including The Chick-fil-A Song, Yoga Pants, Aging Rockers, Things You Don’t Say to Your Wife, Cletus Take the Reel, A Homeschool Family and The Government Can. Still, Tim is no rock star: “It’s not like I have a choice. Comedy is my only life skill.”

Tim reminds us that for life’s many difficulties, laughter is always the best medicine — when the medication runs out. His ninth comedy special, “Just About Enough,” was released before Christmas last year. He lives in Missouri with his wife and four crud muffins.