Cody Ko and Noel Miller are bringing their humor to State College this fall. Their Tiny Meat Tour will be set up in the State Theatre for a night of laughs, meet and greets and screaming fans.
The duo, most famous for their â€œThatâ€™s Cringeâ€ videos, have announced their fall tour dates for their “Tiny Meat Gang” podcast tour. State College was one of the many added dates to the show.
Cody Ko and Noel Miller are former software engineers who now create content for YouTube and Podcast, “Tiny Meat Gang.”
The “Tiny Meat Gang” podcast has featured their friend Post Malone on an episode and they have talked about YouTube drama such as Jake Paul to Game of Thrones.
Some of the most well-known videos are where they comment on strange internet videos â€” titled â€œThatâ€™s Cringeâ€ and then the title of the video. Some of the funniest videos are â€œThatâ€™s Cringe: You,â€ â€œThatâ€™s Cringe: Girl Defined Editionâ€ and their most famous videoâ€œThatâ€™s Cringe: Vape Hotbox.â€
Noel also creates videos of them playing the â€œLove Islandâ€ app, and it is something you have to see for yourself.
The announcement crazed the Penn State YouTube community when Cody Ko dropped the Tiny Meat Tour dates and State College was one of the over 25 locations Cody and Noel will be visiting.
On Thursday November 7, students will line up outside of the State Theatre to watch the duo record their podcast live and get to be a part of the action. The show is expected to be an hour and a half of “literal balls out comedy,” according to the tour website.
Fan and student of the duo, Cassidy Deleo, said she is excited to finally see them live.Â “I have been a fan of Cody and Noel for over a year, and I couldn’t be more excited that they are coming to State College. I’m looking forward to a fun and hilarious show,” says Deleo.
The pair are amongst some of the first YouTubers to visit on campus at Penn State, but surely not the last. YouTuber David Dobrik has also announced he would love to do a college campus tour.
Be sure to grab your tickets to the Tiny Meat Gang Live show so you can laugh along with the rest of State College!