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Trailer Park Boys bringing Christmas zaniness to Winnipeg

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The Trailer Park Boys, from left: Julian, (John Paul Tremblay), Bubbles, (Michael Smith), and Ricky (Robb Wells).

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The Trailer Park Boys, from left: Julian, (John Paul Tremblay), Bubbles, (Michael Smith), and Ricky (Robb Wells).

Ricky, Julian and Bubbles of Trailer Park Boys fame will bring their brand of Christmas zaniness to the Club Regent Event Centre on Dec. 10.

The Dear Santa Claus Tour also includes their nemesis Mr. Lahey and his cheesburger-eating sidekick Randy to foil whatever money-making schemes the boys have in mind.

The Trailer Park Boys is a Canadian cult-hit TV mockumentary series that began on the Showcase network in 2001 and has spawned three feature films, The Big Dirty (2006), Coundown to Liquor Day (2009) and Don’t Legalize It (2014), all of which can now be viewed on Netflix.

Tickets go on sale Sept 12 at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster. Prices, including service fees, range from $51.50 to $62.

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