Stand-up comedian and Comedy Central star Daniel Tosh this week unveiled plans for a 60-city tour, set to launch this fall. The itinerary presently...

Stand-up comedian and Comedy Central star Daniel Tosh this week unveiled plans for a 60-city tour, set to launch this fall. The itinerary presently opens with a September 24 show art Tucson Music Hall in Tucson, AZ, and closes two months later on November 22 at Wells Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, CA.

Only 49 U.S. dates have been unveiled for Tosh Tour Twenty Ten at this point. However, the funny man promised on his official Twitter account that “new dates will be added until the tour is over.”

The present itinerary includes stands on October 1 at Bass Concert Hall in Austin, TX; October 20 at the Palace Theatre in Lousiville, KY; October 30 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY; November 5 at Warner Theatre in Washington, DC; and November 12 at Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL.

Tickets for the Comedy Central-sponsored outing go on sale June 17, with face values starting around $35, according to current listings on Ticketmaster.com.

Despite the affordable price tag on the tour’s tickets, Tosh alerted fans that they could avoid the standard service fee and convenience charge add-ons by completing a non-Web ticket order.

A notice on the comedian’s official Web site advises, “If you go to the box office directly, you may be able to save on ticket fees.” Additionally, his site states that phone fees will be waived if the buyer mentions the name of Tosh’s weekly Comedy Central series, “Tosh.0.”

The venture is part of a multi-faceted deal between Tosh and Comedy Central that includes a recently filmed hour-long stand-up special. Tosh’s television series, now in its second season and recently renewed for a third, draws an average of 1.8 million viewers each Wednesday night, according to a prepared statement from Comedy Central.

Tosh Tour Twenty Ten itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 24Tucson, AZTucson Music Hall
September 25Phoenix, AZDodge Theatre
September 26Flagstaff, AZNorthern Arizona University
September 27Albuquerque, NMKiva Auditorium
September 29Lubbock, TXLubbock Memorial Civic Center
September 30Dallas, TXMajestic Theatre
October 1Austin, TXBass Concert Hall
October 2Houston, TXVerizon Wireless Theater
October 3San Antonio, TXMajestic Theatre
October 4Oklahoma City, OKRose State College
October 6St. Louis, MOThe Pageant
October 7Chattanooga, TNTivoli Theatre
October 8New Orleans, LAMahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
October 9Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge River Center
October 10Birmingham, ALBJCC Concert Hall
October 13Knoxville, TNTennessee Theatre
October 15Jacksonville, FLFlorida Theatre
October 16Miami Beach, FLFillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
October 17Tampa, FLDavid A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts
October 20Louisville, KYLouisville Palace Theatre
October 21Roanoke, VARoanoke Performing Arts Theatre
October 22Atlanta, GAThe Tabernacle
October 23Greensboro, NCWar Memorial Auditorium
October 24Columbia, SCKoger Center for the Arts
October 26New Haven, CTShubert Theater
October 27Amherst, MAMullins Center
October 28Orono, MECollins Center for the Arts
October 29Atlantic City, NJBorgata Music Box
October 30New York, NYBeacon Theatre
October 31Syracuse, NYCrouse – Hinds Theatre
November 1Red Bank, NJCount Basie Theatre
November 2Easton, PAState Theatre Center for the Arts
November 3Richmond, VACarpenter Theatre at Richmond CenterStage
November 4Norfolk, VAChrysler Hall
November 5Washington, DCWarner Theatre
November 6Baltimore, MDLyric Opera House
November 8Richmond, KYBrock Auditorium
November 9Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
November 10Peoria, ILPeoria Civic Center Theater
November 11Cincinnati, OHTaft Theatre
November 12Chicago, ILChicago Theatre
November 13Minneapolis, MNThe State Theatre
November 14Milwaukee, WIRiverside Theatre
November 17Boise, IDVelma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
November 18Spokane, WAINB Performing Arts Center
November 19Portland, ORArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
November 20Seattle, WAParamount Theatre
November 21Eugene, ORHult Center for Performing Arts
November 22Santa Rosa, CAWells Fargo Center for the Arts