Steve Martin and Martin Short coming to Caesars Windsor in November

Legendary comedians and long-time friends Steve Martin and Martin Short are coming to Windsor to perform a show.

Tickets to see the legendary comedians go on sale this month

Comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short bring their comedy special, An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life, to Windsor November 3. (Paul Hebert, Associated Press (Martin) and Kevin Winter, Getty Images)

Legendary comedians and long-time friends Steve Martin and Martin Short are coming to Windsor.

Their show, "An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life," is set to hit the stage at Caesars Windsor's Colosseum this November. 

A true Canadian at heart, Short grew up in Hamilton before moving to Los Angeles.

Martin and Short are performing a variation on their new Netflix special of the same name, which blends gags, storytelling, banjo music and anecdotes pulled from the duo's lifelong friendship, which has spanned many decades.

While both comics are well into the latter stages of their illustrious careers, they're also both busy on a variety of show business fronts.

Martin just wrote a Broadway play, Meteor Shower, that stars Amy Schumer, and also recorded an album with the Steep Canyon Rangers. Short just completed an animated film called The Willoughbys, featuring, among others, Ricky Gervais.

Tickets for the show go on sale later this month. 

With files from Stephen Hunt

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