Maybe he will drive up here in one of this classic cars!

Waterfront Concerts is bringing you the comedy of the legendary, Jay Leno, live at the Collins Center for the Arts in Orono, on Sunday, December 5, 2021.

Tickets for the show will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, June 25 at 10 a.m. Reserved seating prices start at $69.

Check out for more information. And be listening to the Z Morning Show with Kid & Sarah, for your chance to win your way into a great night of laughs.

There isn't much that comedian Jay Leno hasn't done at this point. After years paying his dues on the stand up comedy circuit, his appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman, is where he first caught my eye, and of course with Johnny Carson. After much controversy, Jay took over after Carson's retirement, with his first stint as host of The Tonight Show, from May 25, 1992, through May 29, 2009.

Once just wasn't enough, as Leno took back the show from Conan O' Brien, in a very public, and fairly unpleasant PR moment. Leno's second stint as host, was March 1, 2010, through February 6, 2014.

In the following years, he has been the star of Jay Leno's Garage, which is in its sixth season on CNBC. This is no surprise, because his love of classic cars is well documented.

Jay has also stuck his toe back in the acting pool, which is how he started out back in the late 70s. He has had a supporting role on several seasons of "Last Man Standing" which just ended its run last month on Fox.

This fall Jay Leno brings back the classic game show "You Bet Your Life." The classic show featured two strangers paired up to play for prize money by answering trivia questions correctly. In this reboot, it will be co-hosted by former Tonight Show sidekick, Kevin Eubanks.

Don't be left out on the laughs. Tickets go sale this Friday at 10 a.m., and your chance to win them is coming soon, from Z-107.3!

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