We didn't find anything nearby, but here's what's happening in other cities.
There aren't any events on the horizon right now.
Bodega Boys Tickets
Bodega Boys TicketsThe Bodega Boys have a podcast with a wide following. As a relatable duo with a broad base of knowledge about pop culture and sports, the Bodega Boys have a very strong brand; in fact, that's one of the guys' catchphrases. The Bodega Boys podcast has been going strong for almost five years, as the show started in 2015. Born Daniel Baker and Joel Martinez and known by their stage names Desus Nice and The Kid Mero, respectively, The Bodega Boys take their name from the corner store culture of New York City. The duo's whole demeanor is that of two guys from the neighborhood who love to joke around. The Bodega Boys are known for their extensive shout-outs at the start of the podcast. This mirrors the style of early hip-hop artists at live shows in the duo's home borough of the Bronx. Recently, Desus and Mero became local icons when they were immortalized by a special drink, Bodega Boys Beer, from the Bronx Brewery.
The Brand Is Strong!While the phrase "The Brand Is Strong!" has become an in joke, it's also true. These days, the Bodega Boys are gatecrashing mainstream culture in a big way. After years of successful podcasts, the duo has expanded to host a late-night cable talk show. Titled Desus & Mero, the show premiered on Viceland and later moved to Showtime. In their new television home, the Bodega Boys are taking on established late-night heavyweights like Bill Maher, Samantha Bee and John Oliver.
Where can I buy Bodega Boys tickets?StubHub is your source for Bodega Boys tickets. As the largest ticket marketplace in the world, StubHub has the hookup for all the best live performances.
Where are the Bodega Boys performing?The Bodega Boys have a busy production schedule between the podcast and cable show. However, the two hosts also make it a point to connect with their fanbase, the Bodegahive. This moniker is a pop culture reference to Beyoncé's devoted fans in the Beyhive. Like Beyoncé, the Bodega Boys understand the importance of fan service. Because of that, the duo toured the United States in 2019, stopping in cities like Los Angeles, Calif.; Miami, Fla.; and Austin, Houston and Dallas, Texas. With any luck, Desus and Mero will be on the road for years to come.
What can I expect from the Bodega Boys on tour?The Bodega Boys are known for impressions and relatable stories about family life and commitment to the arts.
How long is a Bodega Boys show?Seeing the Bodega Boys live is a great window into the duo's creative process as the two hosts play off one another. The duo have great chemistry, a product of working together for so many years. Typically, the running time of a live Bodega Boys show hovers around two hours, although that can change a bit from show to show.
How do the Bodega Boys' backgrounds influence their performances?The Bodega Boys hail from the Bronx and are each the children of immigrants. Mero's parents come from the Dominican Republic, and Desus' are from Jamaica. They frequently mention their vibrant cultural roots and proudly reference other members of the Caribbean Diaspora who have come to America. Desus and Mero are also known for their critiques of white American culture. The hosts each have roots in the world of writing. Prior to podcasting, Mero was a teacher, and Desus worked for Black Enterprise magazine. Their lighthearted, intelligent and relatable personae have endeared them to comics like Chelsea Peretti.
Which performers are similar to the Bodega Boys?Hannibal Buress's Handsome Rambler podcast has been compared to the Bodega Boys. 40s and Stories and No Jumper also share the laid-back, familiar vibe of the Bodega Boys. Although Desus and Mero have mocked the Mike and the Mad Dog show on WFAN, they also acknowledge that they share a lot in common with that duo. Both shows have a unique New York vibe even if they are separated by a generation gap.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.