Jerry Seinfeld performs live stand-up at the Broome County Forum Theatre

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BINGHAMTON — (WBNG)¬†World famous comedian Jerry Seinfeld stopped in Binghamton on November 8th on his international tour.

Hundreds flocked to the Forum Theater downtown for 7 P.M. and 9:30 P.M. shows.

Our cameras were not allowed in the show.

This is Seinfeld’s first return to Binghamton since his show in December 2014.

For several attendees, this is their second, third or even fourth time seeing him perform live stand-up comedy.

“His material is new all the time, his stand-up,” said Joe Chelak who attended the show. “Every show is different. It’s not stale, it’s not old, it’s just, he’ll come up with some new routine. I don’t know what it is, I didn’t look. So I’m looking forward to seeing what he’s gonna do tonight.”

A drop in ticket price this afternoon gave some the opportunity to see the show for less than a movie ticket.

Tickets on StubHub.com ran as little as $8.55.
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