Kevin Hart Will Conquer The Comedy World With His 'What Now? Tour'
No! We weren’t ready! Larger than life comedian Kevin Hart just announced a North American take-over tour. The WHAT NOW? TOUR is compiled of 45 city stops within the United States and Canada. Tickets to see the award-winning comedian are available for sale on Feb. 20. If plans are needed to break in the new spring season, the monumental tour begins on April 9, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas and ends in Philadelphia Aug. 30. All the tour dates are listed below. Grab tickets for the tour on WhatNowTour.com.
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Though the comedian has been active since 2002, Kevin Hart embedded his hilarious presence in mainstream culture when he hosted the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. His Let Me Explain tour—with 90 city stops and a tour throughout Europe and Africa—caused him to become the second American to ever sell out London’s O2 arena. Comedy tours aren't the only thing on this busybody's plate. Along with executively producing Real Husbands of Hollywood, future endeavors for Mr. Hart include two movie premieres, including next month’s release of Get Hard and The Wedding Ringer. The long-awaited Ride Along 2, the sequel of the blockbuster that hit theaters last year, will be releasing in March of 2016. While you wait for all those projects to roll out, check out the What Now? Tour dates below and see what day to mark off on your calendar. WHAT NOW? TOUR Dates: 4/9 – San Antonio -AT&T Center 4/10 – Little Rock –Verizon Arena 4/11 – Oklahoma City –Chesapeake Energy Arena 4/17 – Buffalo -First Niagara Center 4/18 –Uncasville, CT- Mohegan Sun Arena 4/19 – Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena 4/24 – Orlando –Amway Center 4/25 – Jacksonville –Jacksonville Arena 4/26 – Birmingham –BJCC Arena 5/1 – Raleigh –PNC Arena 5/2 – Charlotte –Time Warner Cable Arena 5/3 – Richmond –Richmond Coliseum 5/8 – Tampa –Amalie Arena 5/9 – Miami –American Airlines Arena 5/15 – Minneapolis -Target Center 5/16 – Detroit –Palace of Auburn Hills 5/23- Las Vegas- Mandalay Bay Arena 6/5 – Boston- TD Bank Garden Arena 6/6 – Baltimore –Royal Farms Arena 6/12 – Atlanta –Philips Arena 6/14 – Augusta –James Brown Arena 6/19 – Indianapolis –Bankers Life Fieldhouse 6/20 –Cincinnati –US Bank Arena 6/21 – Cleveland –Quicken Loans Arena 6/25- Los Angeles- Staples Center- (BET Experience) 7/2- New Orleans, LA- Superdome (Essence Music Festival) 7/3 – Memphis, TN – FedEx Forum 7/7 – New York –MSG Arena 7/11 – Newark –Prudential Center 7/16 – San Jose -SAP 7/17 – Sacramento –Sleep Train Arena 7/18 – Oakland –Oracle Arena 7/24 – Montreal – Bell Centre 7/30 – Chicago –United Center 8/1 – Toronto –Air Canada Centre 8/6 – DC –Verizon Center 8/14 – Dallas –American Airlines Center 8/15 – Houston –Toyota Center 8/20 – Louisville –KFC Yum Center 8/21 – St Louis –Scottrade Center 8/22 – Kansas City –Sprint Center 8/26 – Syracuse –OnCenter War Memorial Arena 8/27 – Albany –Times Union Center 8/28 – Wantagh – Nikon at Jones Beach Theater 8/30 – Philadelphia –Lincoln Financial Field Photo Credit: Getty Images