How to get tickets for Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle comedy tour

Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle are bringing their comedy tour together to California for a limited time this winter.

The global film and TV stars, who made their mark as touring comics, will co-headline seven additional shows, capitalizing on the success of their recently sold-out Europa Arena tour. The new leg begins December 1 in San Diego at the Viejas Arena in the Aztec Bowl. After a stop in Phoenix at the Footprint Center on December 5th, Rock and Chappelle will work their way up the California coast.

The Emmy winners will perform on December 7th at the Honda Center in Anaheim, December 10th at the SAP Center in San Jose, December 11th at the Chase Center in San Francisco and December 12th at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.

According to Live Nation, they will wrap up the limited tour on December 14 at Acrisure Arena in Greater Palm Springs in Thousand Palms, California.

“Arguably the two greatest stand-up comedians of their generation, Rock and Chappelle are not just comics, they are good friends who express differing views while celebrating their mutual respect for one another,” the promoter said in a statement Thursday .

General ticket sales begin Friday on Ticketmaster.com. As usual, no cellphones, cameras or recording devices are allowed at the shows, and attendees are required to secure their devices, including smartwatches, into Yondr bags, which are unlocked at the end of the show, Live Nation said.

In September, the comedy legends performed a show together at London’s O2 arena, where they both addressed high-profile altercations they witnessed on stage earlier this year, as well as the firestorm Chappelle ignited with transphobic jokes he found in his polarizing Netflix special The Closer.”

Rock, Lest Forgotten, was made notorious on stage by Oscar winner Will Smith when he presented at the Academy Awards last March. Weeks later, while joining Chappelle for the Netflix Is a Joke comedy festival at the Hollywood Bowl, Chappelle was attacked by a man who was immediately overpowered and taken into custody. (The man was later charged with four misdemeanors.)

The incidents have become material for both the ‘Amsterdam’ star and the ‘Chapelle’s Show’ headliner, with each of them joking about their respective altercations in later appearances, although Rock has kept a low profile about the globally seen slap in the face Has.

However, during a Phoenix show in August, Rock told the audience that he turned down hosting next year’s Oscars because returning to Hollywood’s biggest night would be like returning to a crime scene, he joked. (Rock hosted the awards show in 2005 and 2016.) The Grown Ups star also said he turned down a post-Super Bowl commercial offer.

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