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Kenny vs. Spenny taking on Canada at the Burt in April

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Kenny vs Spenny hit the tubes with awful challenges.

It used to be just Kenny vs. Spenny. Now that the prank-trading friends/foes are embarking on a nationwide nostalgia tour, however, it’s going to be Kenny vs. Spenny vs. Canada.

Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice, the Canadian duo who spent much of the first decade of the 21st century taping and televising their often-outrageous collection of bets, competitions and subsequent debt-paying humiliations, are reuniting and taking a retrospective version of Kenny vs. Spenny on the road.

The Kenny vs. Spenny vs. Canada tour, which is being promoted as an evening of comedy, Q&A, behind-the-scenes footage and more, will stop in Winnipeg on April 5 at the Burton Cummings Theatre. Tickets for the show are $48.74 and $59.49, on sale Friday at Ticketmaster.

 

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