Dave Chappelle Announces 16 US Tour Dates For Fall

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UPDATE: Two days following the 13 dates Dave Chappelle announced, the comedian has added three days in New York City. In a residency at the Gramercy Theater, where he did the same in 2014, Dave will perform on September 28, 29, and 30. All three of those dates will feature two sets per day.

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Two years ago this month, Dave Chappelle returned to stand-up comedy, when he co-headlined the Oddball Comedy & Curiosity festival. In the time since, the comedy superstar has hosted a series of New York City dates, and done some media appearances.


In less than one month, the Half Baked star and juggernaut behind “Chappelle’s Show” will take his latest stand-up act on the road. According to Live Nation, Dave will do a run of dates on both sides of the Mississippi River beginning September 14:

9/14 Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre – Salt Lake City, Utah
9/14 Capitol Theatre – Salt Lake City, Utah
9/16 Pikes Peak Center – Colorado Springs, Colorado
9/17 Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, Colorado
9/19 Morrison Center – Boise, Idaho (2 shows)
9/22 Merrill Auditorium – Portland, Maine
9/25 The Hanover Theatre – Worcester, Massachusetts
9/27 Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre – Wallingford, Connecticut
9/28 Gramercy Theatre – New York City, New York (2 Sets)
9/29 Gramercy Theatre – New York City, New York (2 Sets)
9/30 Gramercy Theatre – New York City, New York (2 Sets)
10/2 Mulroy Civic Center Theater – Syracuse, New York
10/3 Rochester Auditorium Theatre – Rochester, New York
10/4 Palace Theatre – Albany, New York
10/6 Santander Performing Arts Center – Reading, Pennsylvania
10/7 Hershey Theatre – Hershey, Pennsylvania

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