Comedians Bert Kreischer, Whitney Cummings, more coming to Walmart AMP

Tour poster

Things are going to be a little quieter but a lot funnier at the AMP for at least one night this summer.

That’s because instead of the normal live music that takes the stage, a tour full of nationally-known comedians will perform that evening at the venue.

Bert Kreischer’s Fully Loaded Comedy Festival this week announced plans for a stop at the Walmart AMP on Tuesday, June 27. Kreischer along with Whitney Cummings, Big Jay Oakerson, Ralph Barbosa, Dan Soder, and Matt McCusker will perform at the date in Rogers this summer, and additional comedians may also join the bill, officials said.

From the description of the tour:

The 2023 Fully Loaded Comedy Festival saw record-breaking attendance numbers and this year is expected to be even larger. Kreischer says, “Fully Loaded is the best ticket you can buy in entertainment this summer – Indoors, outdoors, baseball stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters… The Fully Loaded lineups are top to bottom the best talent to have ever graced stand-up stages. An absolute no-brainer for any comedy fan.”

The concept for the Fully Loaded Comedy Festival was conceived during Bert’s 2020 Hot Summer Nights Tour while performing at drive-in venues during the pandemic. He fell in love with the unconventional aspect of outdoor comedy shows, which sparked the idea to create a top-tier showcase that had never been done before. Having fond memories of the original Lollapalooza, Bert founded his own comedy version that would encompass everything he loves: comedy, the outdoors, good times and drinking with friends to give fans an experience they will be talking about for years to come.

Presale tickets to the show went on sale at 10 a.m. today. Tickets go on sale to the public at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 8. Prices range from $49.50-$149.50 plus fees.

To purchase or for more information and add ons, visit amptickets.com.


AMP 2024 Schedule

April 26 – Hozier / Allison Russell
April 27 – Riley Green / Tracy Lawrence / Ella Langley
May 1 – Greta Van Fleet / Geese
May 2 – Needtobreathe / Judah & the Lion
May 3 – Parker McCollum / Corey Kent / Catie Offerman
May 10 – Brooks & Dunn / David Lee Murphy / Earnest
May 11 – Whiskey Meyers / Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real / Reid Haughton
May 18 – 21 Savage / J.I.D / Nardo Wick / 21 Lil Harold
May 30 – HARDY / Kip Moore / Travis Denning / Stephen Wilson Jr.
May 31 – Hootie & the Blowfish / Collective Soul / Edwin McCain
June 3 – Maggie Rogers / The Japanese House
June 8 – Dierks Bentley / Chase Rice / Zach Top
June 19 – Foreigner / Styx
June 26 – New Kids on the Block / Paula Abdul / DJ Jazzy Jeff
June 27 – Bert Kreischer’s Fully Loaded Comedy Festival
June 28 – Pixies / Modest Mouse / Cat Power
July 2 – Sarah McLachlan / Feist
July 6 – The Doobie Brothers
July 15 – Cage The Elephant / Young the Giant / Bakar
July 17 – Niall Horan
July 19 – Kidz Bop Live
July 21 – Tate McRae
July 28 – Hawthorne Heights / Is For Lovers / Thursday / Anberlin & more
July 29 – Lindsey Stirling / Walk Off the Earth
July 31 – Third Eye Blind / Yellowcard / ARIZONA
Aug. 2 – Megadeth / Mudvayne / All That Remains
Aug. 4 – Barbie The Movie: In Concert
Aug. 8 – Halestorm / I Prevail / Hollywood Undead / Fit for a King
Aug. 10 – Lainey Wilson / Ian Munsick / Zach Top
Aug. 13 – Five Finger Death Punch / Marilyn Manson / Slaughter to Prevail
Aug. 14 – Lauren Daigle / Blessing Offor
Aug. 24 – Live / Stone Temple Pilots / Soul Asylum
Aug. 25 – Sammy Hagar / Loverboy
Aug. 29 – Dan + Shay / Jake Owen / Dylan Marlowe
Sept. 1 – Glass Animals / Eyedress
Sept. 6 – Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert
Sept. 10 – Creed / Daughtry / Finger Eleven
Sept. 17 – Rob Zombie / Alice Cooper / Ministry / Filter
Oct. 3 – Justin Moore / Randy Houser
Oct. 5 – Melissa Etheridge / Jewell
Oct. 10 – Meghan Trainor / Paul Russell / Chris Olsen