Ben Jenkins presents

The Not Going Anywhere Tour

in full bicoastiality

Comedian Ben Jenkins is injured, gay, and anxious, so you don’t have to be. On the NOT GOING ANYWHERE tour, Jenkins sorts through figurative and physical shambles to get back on his feet. The 40-minute stand-up comedy show from Richard Pictures Comedy - New York’s lowest-grossing production company - chronicles therapy, clout-chasing, and more, pointing toward a lesson in humility that he’s definitely still learning.

Critics are not saying anything because they haven’t seen the show. So how about you come, watch Ben Jenkins’ on his comedy tour anytime between July 8th and August 6th, and give a quote so we can beef up this description.

The Ben Jenkins comedy tour has been described as a bicoastal tour because you can find Ben Jenkins sharing hilarious musings about his life in New York, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. He’s also scheduled to perform two shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

“What is a Pax Era?”
-Ben’s Mom
“A fresh take on a broken foot.”
“Sounds like your pussy stinks.”

Tour Dates

All proceeds from the Not Going Anywhere tour are going toward Operation Walk 

Operation Walk USA funds mobility restoring orthopedic surgery for uninsured Americans. You can learn more about them at

When I drunk citibiked home and fell off the bike one fateful night.... not only was I unaware that I seriously broke my foot, but I was also unaware of how intense the recovery would be. Thankfully I was able to access the various doctors, procedures, and devices I needed to get back on my feet and maintain as much mobility as possible in the meantime. But I promise you orthopedic care and mobility issues are really no joke, and somehow, I’m not the only person that has ever faced these issues.

Orthopedic care is expensive. Any conversation about getting better comes with financial, bureacratic, and logistical hoops to jump through. Operation Walk USA steps in to fund and provide care for uninsured Americans facing mobility issues, so everyone can access the othropedic surgery and treatment they need. Operation Walk lowers the barriers to access that orthopedic patients are met with when they receive the news about the surgery or treatment they need to get moving again. Every orthopedic patient, regardless of what insurance or how much money they have, deserves to be comfortable and cared for, so they can focus their energy on getting better. Seriously, mobility is everything, and if you take it for granted or need to be reminded of how important it is, send me your address, and I’ll come break your foot for you. I really encourage you to support this great cause.