commit to the bit
Houston-born YouTube superstar comes home for record-setting 'Unspeakable' live experience at Toyota Center
In 2016, Houstonian Nathan Graham was slowly developing followers on YouTube who came to his channel to watch him traverse through the mega game, Minecraft. Fast forward to 2022, where Graham is No. 5 on Forbes list of highest-paid YouTube stars, boasting more than 210 million monthly views, 35 million subscribers, and total content creator legend status among young fans.
Now, Graham is returning to his hometown with a live version of his popular Unspeakable show, where he and his buddies Nathan, James, and Gabe perform impossible (and impossibly goofy) stunts and challenges.
“Unspeakable Live”will hit Toyota Center (1510 Polk St.) on Saturday, January 21 in a hybrid 'mega-event' that will also be globally livestreamed for frantic fans. Doors open at 4 pm; the show is slated to run until 10 pm.
Popular host and Graham buddy Preston Playz will also be on hand. Tickets are available online and start at $39.99.
Always one to look for the most over-the-top — and unspeakable — pranks and stunts, Graham has become famous for his "commit to the bit" feats like hanging in a moving truck for 24 hours or seeing who could last in a kitchen the longest.
To mark his return to H-Town, Graham plans to convert the Houston Rockets’ basketball court to the world’s biggest ball pit. (One wonders if Tilman Fertitta okayed that?)
“I can’t wait to share this event with all of my fans,” Graham said in a statement. “I have been dreaming about doing something like this since I started YouTube and I am so excited to make it a reality.”
Fans can score tickets, merch, and more information at unspeakablelive.com.