Benefit: Friends of Tim Wilson featuring Ron White, Kathleen Madigan, Ralphie May & more!





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Location: Andrew Jackson Hall
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Benefit: Friends of Tim Wilson featuring Ron White, Kathleen Madigan, Ralphie May & more! will be at Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, TN

VIP Packages: The VIP package includes a premium seat within the first three rows of the hall, as well as a meet and greet and photo opportunity with the performing comedians. Performers present at the meet and greet are subject to lineup changes and artist availability.


Friends of Tim: A Comedic Celebration of the Life of Tim Wilson” will benefit the Tim Wilson Memorial Fund and celebrate his comedic legacy. As part of the Wild West Comedy Festival presented by Bud Light in association with Netflix, the show will take place on May 14th, 2014 at 7:30 PM in the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Jackson Hall, and will feature Ron White, Billy Gardell, Kathleen Madigan, Ralphie May, James Gregory and Killer Beaz. There will be a limited number of VIP meet-and-greet tickets available for purchase.
 
Tim Wilson passed away on February 26, 2014 from heart failure while visiting his brother in Columbus, GA. Tim was 52, and a resident of Nashville. He was a country comedian and born funnyman, delivering dead-on impressions of his teachers while still in elementary school.  After an attempted music career, Wilson turned to comedy and immediately earned a devoted local following. Soon thereafter, he won a Cinemax standup competition, spurring a series of television spots to follow, and launching his career in comedy.
 
Tim was well loved by fans in Nashville as well as his co-entertainers across the county. In his honor, the Tim Wilson Memorial Fun was created, and all proceeds from the show will benefit the fund.
 

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