Amy Schumer is an Emmy Award winner, a Peabody award winner and a hit at the box-office.

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Now she brings her fame, and her act to the local area for a September 30th show at the Ridgefield Playhouse. The tickets are likely to go fast so you'll want to be ready when they go on sale. The member and fan club and pre-sale tickets were made available yesterday (8/9/22) but the public tickets will be offered starting Friday August 12th at 10 am.

This is not the only mega-date on the Playhouse calendar, New York Yankees legend Bernie Williams is coming back for his charity softball game and concert, this weekend, Saturday August 13th. It's called the "Bernie Williams & His Band of Friends Breatless Concert and Celebrity Softball Game" and it benefits the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation."

Bernie is bringing some heavy-hitters with him, to the game. Yankee great Mariano Rivera will be coming along for the trip again this year, as will Willie Randolph, Mookie Wilson, Jeff Nelson and Jake Peavy.

The softball game takes place at 1 pm that day, right across from the Playhouse. Later that day (5:30 pm) the concert begins inside the Playhouse. There are different price tiers for enjoying the event.

$150 – Ballgame, VIP BBQ & Front Lawn Concert Ticket (limited to 100)
$75 – Ballgame & Front Lawn Concert Ticket
$60 – Ballgame & Mid Lawn Concert Ticket
$40 – Mid/Back Lawn Concert Only

Here are some of the other great shows coming to RPH:

You can check out their full calendar here.

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