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Kristina Kuzmic Cincinnati Tour

July 11 @ 8:00 pm


Aronoff Center for the Arts – Proctor & Gamble Hall

$32.75 – $78.75
Kristina Kuzmic Cincinnati Tour

Photo provided by the Cincinnati Arts Association

An evening with Kristina Kuzmic: The Hope and Humor Tour comes to Cincinnati this summer. 

Internet celebrity and acclaimed parenting vlogger, Kristina Kuzmic is coming to the Aronoff Center for a live, powerful, and comical “night out” event. An Evening with Kristina Kuzmic: The Hope and Humor Tour brings to stage the inspiration, humor, and in-your-face perspective of parenting (and life in general) that has given her over 2.3 million Facebook followers and numerous accolades.

 

Tickets for an Evening with Kristina Kuzmic start at $32.75 (plus applicable fees).  Tickets are available online, by calling 513-621-2787, and the Aronoff Center Box Office. A limited number of VIP tickets offering an opportunity to meet Kristina are available.

 

Get your tickets to the Kristina Kuzmic Cincinnati Tour today! Being a parent isn’t easy and she gets it. 

 

About Kristina Kuzmic
The Huffington Post
referred to Kristina’s videos as “parenting comedy at its finest,” and The Inquisitr praises her “witty charm.” Kristina began her career after winning “Your OWN Show: Oprah’s Search for the Next TV Star,”  and built an audience by starting “The Ambush Cook” on The Oprah Winfrey Network. She was later named Oprah’s “I Gotta Watch Her ‘IT’ Girl.”  She has quickly made a name for herself as a creative, yet unpretentious parent, as well as a motivational speaker and comedian. Also, her first book, Hold on But Don’t Hold Still, will be released in the Fall of 2019.

 

A cheerleader for her fellow humans, Kristina Kuzmic immigrated to America from Croatia during the war in her homeland.  Later facing even more challenges (divorce, single parenting, poverty, depression), Kristina wanted to be for others what she wished someone had been for her during her darkest hours. Now, through her platforms, she provides encouragement, hope, and humor.