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David Cross announces his first stand-up tour in 6 years

(Credit by: Daniel Bergeron)
(Credit by: Daniel Bergeron)

It looks like we won’t be seeing a Banes & Dunfrey tour any time soon, because David Cross has already made plans for 2016: The comedian announced last night on The Daily Show that he would be hitting the road for his first stand-up comedy tour in six years. Today, he posted the schedule on Facebook for what he’s dubbed the “Making America Great Again!” tour, which kicks off at the end of January in San Diego, then wraps up three months later in Oklahoma City. As he says in the post, it’s “time to start up the bus and bring my patented, fart-inducing laugh winces to a town near you. See you soon!” Tickets are already on sale for some locations.


David Cross—“Making America Great Again!” 2016 Tour Dates:

1/26—San Diego, CA—Observatory North Park
1/27—Claremont, CA—Pomona College Bridges Auditorium
1/28—San Francisco, CA—Davies Symphony Hall
1/29—Los Angeles, CA—The Theatre at Ace Hotel
1/30—Monterrey, CA—Golden State Theater
1/31—Santa Rosa, CA—Wells Fargo Theatre
2/2—Vancouver, Canada—Vogue Theatre
2/3—Seattle, WA—Moore Theatre
2/4—Spokane, WA—Bing Crosby Theatre
2/5—Portland, OR—Aladdin Theatre
2/6—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall
2/12—Madison, WI—Orpheum
2/14—Royal Oak, MI—Music Hall
2/16—Columbus, OH—Capitol Theatre
2/17—Cleveland, OH—Masonic
2/18—Pittsburgh, PA—Carnegie Hall
2/19—Washington, DC—Warner Theatre
2/21—Richmond, VA—Carpenter Center
2/23—Charlotte, NC—Knight Center
2/24—Durham, NC—Carolina Theater
2/25—Charleston, SC—Galliard Theatre
2/26—Nashville, TN—Polk Theatre
2/27—Louisville, KY—Brown Theater
2/28—Atlanta, GA—Atlanta Symphony Hall
3/8—Denver, CO—Paramount (JP)
3/9—Boulder, CO—Boulder Theatre
3/10—Lincoln, NE—Rococo Theatre
3/11—Kansas City, MO—Midland
3/12—Minneapolis, MN—Skyway Theatre
3/13—St. Paul, MN—Fitzgerald
3/15—Milwaukee, WI—Pabst Theatre
3/16—Chicago, IL—The Vic Theatre
3/19—Buffalo, NY—UB Center for Arts
3/20—Troy, NY—Troy Music Hall
3/22—Englewood, NJ—Bergen Pac
3/23—Red Bank, NJ—Count Basie Theatre
3/26—Mashantucket, CT—Fox Theater
3/27—Boston, MA—Wilbur Theater
3/29—Boston, MA—Wilbur Theater
3/30—South Burlington, VT—Higher Ground
3/31—Northampton, MA—Calvin Theatre
4/1—Port Chester, NY—Capitol Theatre
4/2—New Haven, CT—Lyman Center
4/3—Philadelphia, PA—Merriam Theatre
4/14—Orlando, FL—Hard Rock Live
4/15—Tampa, FL—Louise Lykes Ferguson Hall
4/16—Ft. Lauderdale, FL—Parker Playhouse
4/18—New Orleans, LA—Orpheum Theater
4/19—Shreveport, LA—Strand Theatre
4/20—Houston, TX—Warehouse Live
4/23—Dallas, TX—Majestic Theatre
4/24—Oklahoma City, OK—Farmer’s Market