Former wrestling star Mick Foley will be in Lafayette early next year as he's bringing his "The Nice Day Tour" to town.

Lafayette Comedy is presenting Foley at Club 337 (inside the DoubleTree on Pinhook Rd) on Wednesday, February 9, 2022. The show features stories from his career, a Q&A, and more.

Tickets for the event are on sale now for $30 general admission and $75 for VIP, which gets you the opportunity to meet and greet Foley after the show.

You can buy your tickets now at EventBrite.com.

Mick Foley is a legendary professional wrestler, turned multi-time best-selling author, turned stand-up comic/spoken word performer.

Most people know Foley for his years as part of multiple professional wrestling organizations including the World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), and of course World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE).

Foley wrestled under his real name and various personas such as Cactus Jack and Mankind.

The Bloomington, Indiana native was a four-time world champion, 11-time world tag team champion, a one-time TNA Legends Champion, and the inaugural WWF Hardcore Champion.

He retired from wrestling in 2012 and has spent his "retirement" years working in film, television and radio in addition to his stand-up comedy/spoken word work.

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