Communities Across Nation Offer Free Tickets To Furloughed Workers
Free tickets to events across the country are being offered to furloughed workers after the ongoing government shutdown has left more than 800,000 people without a paycheck. The shutdown was issued on December 22, 2018, and is now officially the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. Across the country,... Read more
Comedian Trevor Noah Postpones December Shows To Heal Voice
The South African comedian Trevor Noah, known for hosting Comedy Central’s Daily Show, had to postpone his stand-up tour dates for the rest of the year due to bruised vocal cords. During his appearance on the Daily Show last week, correspondents Desi Lydic, Michael Kosta, and Roy Wood Jr. read... Read more
Comedian Aziz Ansari Returns For 2019 “Road To Nowhere” Tour
Comedian Aziz Ansari will return to the spotlight with a comedy tour throughout 2019. This will be Ansari’s first tour since he was accused of sexual misconduct in January. Ansari, 35, reportedly was accused by an anonymous woman of allegedly forcing himself on her at his apartment. While he... Read more
Jerry Seinfeld To Tour In 2019, Return to New York For Residency
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has announced a string of tour dates throughout 2019, as well as another residency at New York’s historic Beacon Theatre. To round out 2018, Seinfeld can be found performing in cities like Richmond, Denver, Utica, and New Orleans before wrapping-up in Thackerville, Oklahoma on December 15.... Read more
Conan O’Brien Plots First Comedy Tour In Eight Years
This November, comedian Conan O’Brien will take a break from his late-night comedy show for an 18-date tour, “Team Coco Presents Conan & Friends: An Evening of Stand-Up and Investment Tips.” The tour, kicking-off on November 2 in Washington, D.C., will be his first standup comedy tour since 2010.... Read more
Howie Mandel Atlanta Show Cancelled For ‘Scheduling Conflict’
Comedian Howie Mandel was due to perform a stand up show at Atlanta Symphony Hall in Georgia this Friday, September 28, but the show has been cancelled. In a press release, it is noted that the cancellation is due to a “scheduling conflict,” but no further information has been... Read more
Inaugural Adult Swim Fest Reveals Lineup For Two-Day Event This Fall
The first-ever Adult Swim Festival will commence this fall in Los Angeles, California, featuring musical performances, comedy, and special activities. Adult Swim, an adult-oriented nighttime program, is home to shows “Robot Chicken,” “Mr. Pickles,” “Black Jesus,” “Squidbillies,” and “The Eric Andre Show,” among others. The fest is “coming to... Read more
Tenacious D Adds More Dates To Their First Full-Length Tour In Five Years
After five years, the comedic rock duo Tenacious D is hitting the road again in support of their sequel to 2006’s The Pic of Destiny, which drops this October. After Jack Black and Kyle Gass’s performance at Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, Black announced that the group would... Read more
Ellen DeGeneres Announces Dates For First Comedy Tour In 15 Years
Daytime host and TV icon Ellen DeGeneres announced today that she is returning to her comedy roots with a brief stand-up tour for the first time in 15 years. DeGeneres, 60, will kick-off her 8-show run this August, visiting cities San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle. During her two stops... Read more
Dave Chappelle, Jon Stewart To Co-Headline Comedy Tour This June
Legendary comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart have teamed up for a co-headlining standup tour this June in select U.S. cities. The powerhouse duo will make seven stops, starting off with three shows, starting on June 11 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Wang Theatre. From there, they will head... Read more