Funnyman Robin Williams has announced the rescheduled dates for his Weapons of Self-Destruction comedy tour. The final portion of Williams’ spring tour had been...

Funnyman Robin Williams has announced the rescheduled dates for his Weapons of Self-Destruction comedy tour. The final portion of Williams’ spring tour had been postponed so he could undergo emergency heart surgery.

The fall 2009 tour leg picks up September 30 at Indiana University Auditorium in Bloomington, IN, and continues through November 27-28 at the Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City, NJ. The comedian is currently scheduled to perform a total of 29 nights during the outing. Tickets from the postponed shows will be honored on their respective rescheduled dates.

In early March, Williams postponed four performances in Florida due to shortness of breath. But just a day after that announcement, the remainder of the tour was also postponed, and it was revealed that the veteran comedian would undergo aortic valve replacement.

“I realize now, shortness of breath is kind of code for heart problem, just like exhaustion is code for alcoholic,” Williams joked recently on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” his first official appearance since undergoing surgery.

Williams stayed out of the public eye for the two months following the emergency procedure. In addition to the valve replacement, the comedian also had a mitrial valve repaired and an irregular heartbeat corrected, according to a report from Reuters.

“This little break has given me more energy than ever,” said Williams in a statement on his official Web site. “Plus it’s wonderful to have a cow valve… If you don’t mind the grazing, it’s quite invigorating.”

When Williams launched Weapons of Self-Destruction in September 2008, it was his first comedy tour in six years. He added a second leg of tour dates in February 2009, which originally extended through late spring before being postponed.

Robin Williams rescheduled itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 30Bloomington, INIndiana University Auditorium
October 1South Bend, INMorris Performing Arts Center
October 2Chicago, ILRosemont Theatre
October 6Louisville, KYLouisville Palace Theatre
October 8Oklahoma City, OKFord Center
October 9Little Rock, ARAlltel Arena
October 10Birmingham, ALBJCC Concert Hall
October 14Durham, NCDurham Performing Arts Center
October 15Knoxville, TNKnoxville Civic Auditorium/Coliseum
October 16Atlanta, GAFox Theatre
October 17Jacksonville, FLMoran Theater
October 20Tampa, FLUSF Sun Dome
October 21 – 22Hollywood, FLSeminole Hard Rock Live
October 23Orlando, FLUCF Arena
October 26Norfolk, VAOld Dominion University
October 29East Lansing, MIWharton Center For Performing Arts
October 30Ann Arbor, MIHill Auditorium
October 31Detroit, MIMotorCity Casino & Hotel
November 1St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox Theatre
November 11 – 12Rama, ONCasino Rama Entertainment Centre
November 13Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
November 14Normal, ILBraden Auditorium
November 18Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
November 20 – 21Washington, DCDAR Constitution Hall
November 27 – 28Atlantic City, NJBorgata Hotel, Casino & Spa Event Center

Last Updated on May 15, 2009 by By Allison Reitz