There's nothing funny about the way Jerry Seinfeld sells shows in Duluth's DECC Symphony Hall (auditorium); you have to hand it to the successful comedian for always packing the house.  More than likely an upcoming show this summer will be just as well-received.

Officials with the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center have announced that Seinfeld will play the DECC Symphony Hall on Thursday, July 25.  Ticketmaster will be the primary vendor for tickets, with prices set at three different levels:  $65.00, $82.50, and $150.00. They'll first be available to the general public on Friday, May 17.

With his first tastes of success in the mid-1970's, Seinfeld became a regular on the late night Johnny Carson and David Letterman shows.  His most-visible effort has been his eponymous TV sitcom Seinfeld - which ran on NBC for ten years - from 1988 to 1998.  Since that time, Seinfeld dove deep into standup.  In recent years, he's become a purveyor of web-based shows like "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee" and "Jerry Before Seinfeld".