Fans of Dane Cook don’t have to wait for the funnyman’s latest Comedy Central special and album “ISolated INcident” to land in May. The...

Fans of Dane Cook don’t have to wait for the funnyman’s latest Comedy Central special and album “ISolated INcident” to land in May. The comedian will head out this spring for a 34-city North American tour circuit before taking his act on the international road.

The Global Thermo Comedy Tour launches with an April 25-26 stand at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, and closes out June 27 at Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA. Performances are also penciled in for May 8 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON; May 22-24 at the Pearl Concert Theater in Las Vegas, NV; May 30 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA; and June 14 at the United Center in Chicago, IL, among other dates.

Presales for the North American tour began March 9, with public onsales following on March 13. Ticket prices start at $30, $50, $75 and $100, with VIP packages also available for each city on the tour.

Over the next year, Cook is expected to complete approximately 100 shows around the world. After touring the U.S. and Canada, the performer will continue on to Africa, Brazil, Australia, the UK and Germany.

“Taking this new tour around the world is a desire I’ve wanted to fulfill for sometime now, based on the tremendous response I received during the select few dates I have done internationally,” Cook explained in a statement on his Web site. “To travel the globe and see beautiful places, while entertaining fans from every corner of the earth is massive.”

Since his various appearances on Comedy Central and the 2003 release of his Platinum-selling album “Harmful If Swallowed,” Cook has become one of the nation’s most successful new comedians. His next television special, “ISolated INcident,” is scheduled to air on May 17, followed by a CD/DVD release on May 19.

Dane Cook itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

April 25 – 26Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
April 30Jacksonville, FLTimes-Union Center for Performing Arts
May 1Baltimore, MD1st Mariner Arena
May 2Newark, NJPrudential Center
May 3Uniondale, NYNassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 7Pittsburgh, PAMellon Arena
May 8Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
May 9Philadelphia, PAThe Wachovia Spectrum
May 10Manchester, NHVerizon Wireless Arena
May 14Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
May 15St. Louis, MOScottrade Center
May 16Kansas City, MOSprint Center
May 17Denver, COPepsi Center
May 21West Valley City, UTThe E Center
May 22 – 24Las Vegas, NVPearl Concert Theater
May 28Glendale, Arena
May 29San Diego, CASan Diego Sports Arena
May 30Los Angeles, CAStaples Center
May 31San Jose, CAHP Pavilion At San Jose
June 4Vancouver, BCGeneral Motors Place
June 5Seattle, WAKeyArena At Seattle Center
June 6Portland, ORRose Garden Arena
June 7Edmonton, ABRexall Place
June 11Omaha, NEQwest Center Omaha
June 12Auburn Hills, MIThe Palace of Auburn Hills
June 13Minneapolis, MNTarget Center
June 14Chicago, ILUnited Center
June 18Tulsa, OKBOK Center
June 19Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
June 20Houston, TXToyota Center
June 21New Orleans, LALakefront Arena
June 25Columbia, SCColonial Life Arena
June 26Orlando, FLAmway Arena
June 27Atlanta, GAPhilips Arena

Last Updated on March 11, 2009 by By Allison Reitz