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Jeff Dunham to Verizon Arena Feb. 14

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click to enlarge Jeff Dunham will perform at Verizon Arena Feb. 14.
  • Jeff Dunham will perform at Verizon Arena Feb. 14.


In the history of humankind, has there ever been a more appropriate way to express the limitless, undying romantic love you feel for that special someone in your life than by taking them out on Valentine's Day for an evening on the town highlighted by a performance from noted ventriloquist Jeff Dunham?

As anyone who has ever been in love can testify, the answer is a resounding, "No!!! Duuuuh....."

Well it looks like in 2014 Arkansans can finally show their true loves just how much they care, as Dunham will be performing at Verizon Arena at 8 p.m. on Feb. 14. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. They are $44 each (plus applicable service charges).

Remember, nothing says "I love you" like getting to see Achmed the Dead Terrorist in person. 

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