Stars of Impractical Jokers Announce “The Scoopski Potatoes Tour,” An All-New Comedy Tour Launching Summer 2020
New Tour Comes to Dickies Arena on Saturday, Aug. 1; Tickets on sale Wednesday, Dec. 18 at

FORT WORTH – The Tenderloins, creators and stars of truTV’s hit show Impractical Jokers, announced today a brand new comedy tour called “The Scoopski Potatoes Tour.” Launching Summer 2020, the 30+ city tour is produced by Outback Presents, as well as Live Nation. Off the heels of the Season 2 renewal of their new game show “The Misery Index,” the Season 9 pickup of “Impractical Jokers,” and their sold-out global tour “Cranjis McBasketball Word Comedy Tour,” The Tenderloins are excited to bring new videos and jokes to comedy fans across the nation.

Pre-sale tickets are available December 13, 2019 @ 12pm local and can be found at

“The Scoopski Potatoes Tour” will be kicking off in Albany, NY on July 8, 2020, visiting such markets as Pittsburgh, PA; Minneapolis, MN; New Orleans, LA; Portland, OR among many others.

James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, Joe Gatto, and Sal Vulcano have been making audiences laugh on Impractical Jokers since 2011, and will reach a 200 episode milestone in February 2020. Impractical Jokers is a top 5 comedy on cable, and truTV’s longest-running & top-rated original comedy.

Ahead of this new tour, the guys will be setting sail on their fourth annual “Impractical Jokers Cruise” on the Norweigan Pearl on February 10-14, 2020 with Sixthman. Additionally, their highly-anticipated first feature film, directed by Funny or Die’s Chris Henchy, will premiere early 2020.

For more information and a full list of “The Scoopski Potatoes Tour” tour stops see below or visit

The Scoopski Potatoes Tour Schedule (2020):

Wednesday, July 08        Albany, NY                         Times Union Center

Friday, July 10                    Syracuse, NY                      Oncenter War Memorial Arena

Sunday, July 12                 Mansfield, MA                  Xfinity Center

Wednesday, July 15        Green Bay, WI                   Resch Center

Thursday, July 16             Minneapolis, MN            Target Center

Friday, July 17                    St. Louis, MO                     Enterprise Center

Saturday, July 18              Kansas City, MO               Sprint Center

Sunday, July 19                 Sioux Falls, SD                   Denny Sanford PREMIER Center

Wednesday, July 22        Salt Lake City, UT             Vivint Smart Home Arena

Thursday, July 23             Boise, ID                              ExtraMile Arena

Friday, July 24                    Portland, OR                      Moda Center

Sunday, July 26                 Costa Mesa, CA                 Orange County Fair – Pacific Amphitheatre

Wednesday, July 29        Lincoln, NE                          Pinnacle Bank Arena                      

Thursday, July 30             Wichita, KS                         INTRUST Bank Arena

Friday, July 31                    Oklahoma City, OK          Chesapeake Energy Arena

Saturday, August 1          Fort Worth, TX                  Dickies Arena

Sunday, August 2             Austin, TX                            Frank Erwin Center

Wednesday, August 5    New Orleans, LA              Smoothie King Center

Thursday, August 6         Pensacola, FL                     Pensacola Bay Center

Friday, August 7               Jacksonville, FL                 Vystar Veteran Memorial Arena

Saturday, August 8          Duluth, GA                         Infinite Energy Center

Sunday, August 9             Charlotte, NC                     PNC Music Pavilion

Wednesday, August 12  Wilkes-Barre, PA             Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza

Thursday, August 13       Norfolk, VA                        Scope Arena

Friday, August 14             Philadelphia, PA              Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Saturday, August 15        Pittsburgh, PA                   PPG Paints Arena

Sunday, August 16           Bristow, VA                        Jiffy Lube Live


About The Tenderloins:

The Tenderloins is a New York-based comedy troupe, whose four members – Joe Gatto, James Murray, Brian Quinn and Sal Vulcano – are the creators, executive producers, and stars of truTV’s hit series, Impractical Jokers. Now in its eighth season, Impractical Jokers follows The Tenderloins as they compete to embarrass each other while being filmed by hidden cameras. With each new season, the show continues to take dares to outrageous levels with new over-the-top hijinks. In addition to the top-rated television show, the group’s first feature film will premiere in 2020 and their new TV show – TBS’s “The Misery Index” hosted by Jameela Jamil – premiered as at top rate cable comedy this fall. The Troupe has toured steadily over the last four years with its highly-successful, “Where’s Larry?”, “Santiago Sent Us,” & “Cranjis McBasketball” tours playing to hundreds of thousands of fans in the US and UK, including three sold-out nights at Radio City Music Hall, a sold-out Madison Square Garden, and six sold-out shows at London’s O2 Arena. Natives of Staten Island, NY, Vulcano, Gatto, Murray and Quinn met while attending high school and later formed The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe in 1999. After years of performing live improv and sketch comedy shows, The Tenderloins crossed over to the web, garnering millions of views for their internet sketches, eventually creating the runaway success Impractical Jokers for truTV. Impractical Jokers is top 5 in its time slot on cable in the US and is the #1 show on Comedy Central in the United Kingdom and India.