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Nerdist Podcast Live Coming To Northampton, MA September 22nd; Tickets On Sale NOW

The Nerdist Podcast Live invasion of America continues with another date added for Northampton, Massachusetts on Thursday, September 22nd at 7 pm Eastern. The guys will be establishing camp on the stage of the Iron Horse Music Hall right there in the middle of town (20 Center Street) and regaling all the fine people of the Pioneer Valley with tales of zombies and burritos, and tickets are on sale RIGHT NOW, so, you know, HURRY!

Oh, right, more details: The prized ducats are $22.50 plus a $4 per ticket transaction fee in advance (total $26.50), and if any are available at the door, they’ll be $25 (I don’t know about fees for those). But you don’t want to wait. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS. Western Mass represent.

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  1. Matt says:

    Can’t wait.
    Though if you are going to invited a webcomic artist, invite Jeffrey Rowland. He does both the well-acclaimed comics “Wigu” and “overcompensating”. Rowland is part of the Dumberella Webcomics group, helps run a semi-annual Webcomics Weekend in Easthampton, and manages, which does all the merchandising for dozens of webcomics (including Jeffrey Jacques’) as well Maximum Fun and Jonathan Coulton

  2. John W says:

    Got mine today SO EXCITED.

  3. Josh says:

    Grabbed mine the day they dropped. Got one for the misses too, figured shes been becoming more of a nerd at a exponential rate since we started dating a year and a half ago, so if my math is right, by the date of the show, she’ll be at 97% nerd capacity and ready to take in all the awesome that is The Nerdist Podcast.

  4. brian says:

    BUENO Y FUCKIN SANO!!! It’s only 269 feet away. Google says it’ll take 44 seconds by bike.

    Enjoy YOUR burrito.

  5. Dave says:

    I third Bueno Y Sano, and also you gotta go to Bob’s Comics. Modern Myths is okay too, but less of an old-school comic shop. Bob’s is stuffed with back-issues and toys.

  6. Karl says:

    I was just going to say Buneo Y Sano, is the best burrito place, not just in Northampton, in all of the UNIVERSE!!!!!

  7. Lindsay says:

    But seriously. Invite Jeph Jacques. He’s a hometown hero and his webcomic, Questionable Content, has been nonstop amazing since it’s creation in 2005. Get on the ball. You would all love him so much, and all the ticket buyers would love to see his face!

  8. Sean Prior says:

    For Northampton a must is the burrito place Bueno Y Sano, absolutely amazing burritos! Also, there is definitely no shortage of awesome stores there (turn it up, downtown sounds, Newbury comics, etc.)

  9. Maura says:

    I did that overly-articulated blinking thing when I saw this on the calendar of the Iron Horse, which is maybe a mile from my place. Tickets purchased! Happy happy joy joy, happy happy joy joy (etc.)!!!

  10. Jenjen says:

    Please come to Florida (preferably Central) so I can bask in your glory and nerditude. Pretty please with a TARDIS on top?

  11. Amanda says:

    This is the day after my 24th birthday! I MUST be there!

  12. Mike says:

    I can’t wait! I also agree with Jess. You should really have Jeph Jacques as a guest! He’s an amazing web comic artist and lives in Easthampton. If you haven’t seen his work (which I am sure you all have) visit his site.

    Also, he’s friends with Will Wheaton and made his Twitter avatar!

  13. Jess says:

    Will this be the only MA show? Should I make the trek? Will you invite Jeph Jacques? Oh, the decisions!