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The Royal Comedy Tour In 2013

10:01 AM Tuesday 12/11/12 | |

The Royal Comedy Tour returns to the road with the Queen B of Comedy – Sommore – plus Mark Curry, Bruce Bruce and Earthquake. The jokes begin Feb. 2 in New Orleans during Super Bowl Weekend and continue all the way through mid-May in Nashville.

Created in 2009, the longest-running and most successful urban comedy tour has slotted 25 cities in an outing that includes stops in Baltimore, Cleveland, Stockton, Tampa, Dallas, St. Louis and Philadelphia as well as California’s funny bone, that thriving metropolis known as Fresno.

Here’s the laugh track:

Feb. 2 – New Orleans, La., Lakefront Arena
Feb. 8 – Cleveland, Ohio, State Theatre
Feb. 9 – Chicago, Ill., Arie Crown Theater At McCormick Place
Feb. 10 – Milwaukee, Wis., Milwaukee Theatre
Feb. 14 – Richmond, Va., Landmark Theater
Feb. 15 – Baltimore, Md., 1st Mariner Arena
Feb. 16 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Liacouras Center
Feb. 17 – Newark, N.J., NJPAC Theater Square
Feb. 22 – Raleigh, N.C., Memorial Auditorium
Feb. 23 – Norfolk, Va., Constant Convocation Center
March 2 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena
March 8 – Greensboro, N.C., War Memorial Auditorium
March 9 – Detroit, Mich., Masonic Temple Theatre
March 15 – Fresno, Calif., William Saroyan Theatre
March 16 – Oakland, Calif., Paramount Theatre
March 17 – Stockton, Calif., Bob Hope Theatre
March 22 – Washington, D.C., DAR Constitution Hall
March 23 – Houston, Texas, Reliant Arena @ Reliant Park
March 24 – Tampa, Fla., David A. Straz Jr. Center For The Performing Arts
March 29 – Bossier City, La., CenturyLink Center
March 30 – Atlanta, Ga., Boisfeuillet Jones Civic Center
April 6 – Greenville, S.C., Bi-Lo Center
April 7 – Southaven, Miss., Landers Center
May 10 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
May 11 – St. Louis, Mo., Chaifetz Arena
May 12 – Nashville, Tenn., Nashville Municipal Auditorium


(Warning! Soundtrack may be NSFW)

Pre-sales for several shows begin Dec. 12 with onsales launching Dec. 14. Visit RoyalComedyTour.com for more information.

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