Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock will be touring starting from Jan 20
Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock, two of the most successful comedians, are teaming up for their extended co-headline tour.
The co-headline tour will start on January 20, 2023, from Oklahoma City in Paycom Center. The duo will perform at Legacy Arena at BJCC in Birmingham on Wednesday, January 25, 2023.
The tickets for the show will be available from January 6 at 10 am through Ticketmaster.com; however, the Live Nation and venue presale is available from today until January 5 until 10 pm. Prices range from USD 79.50- USD 299.50 plus service charges.
Chris Rock & Dave Chappelle 2023 U.S. Tour:
- Fri., Jan 20 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center
- Sun., Jan 22 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center
- Mon., Jan 23 – Memphis, TN – FedExForum
- Wed., Jan 25 – Birmingham, AL – Legacy Arena
- Fri., Jan 27 – Charleston, SC – North Charleston Coliseum
Important note that the show will be in a phone-free zone, meaning you are not allowed to carry any device capable of recording. You will be given Yondr pouches to secure the device. After the show, organizers will unlock it for you.
Dave Chappelle is a successful and controversial stand-up comedian. His SNL gig polarized viewers. He received a mixed reaction; some loved and praised his jokes on Kanye West, Kyrie Irvin, and anti-semitism, while others were furious. He again went on to joke on touchy subjects like trans people during his Netflix comedy specials Sticks and Stones in 2019 and The Closer in 2021.
In March 2022, he was attacked by a knife-wielding audience member who admittedly said Dave’s past comment triggered him.
In 2022 Chris Rock became the center of the headline after he was slapped by Will Smith when he cracked a joke about his wife. Will Smith, however, apologized to Chris and his fans.