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Kevin Hart adds 2nd Phoenix show to upcoming comedy tour

Posted 5/14/24

Due to increased demand Kevin Hart has added a new show in Phoenix.

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Kevin Hart adds 2nd Phoenix show to upcoming comedy tour


Due to increased demand Kevin Hart has added a new show in Phoenix.

The Emmy and Grammy-nominated comedian and Mark Twain award recipient added nine new shows to his Acting My Age stand-up comedy tour. A second show has been added at Arizona Financial Theatre in downtown Phoenix on Saturday, Oct. 12, in addition to the previously announced show on Friday, Oct. 11.

Tickets for the new date will be available starting with presales beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 15 before general sales start at 10 a.m. Friday, May 17 at KevinHartNation.com. There will also be a limited amount of VIP tickets available.

“Acting my Age is my ninth tour and I wanted to change things up by creating a more intimate environment,” Hart shared in a press release. “This hour is about connecting with the audience and feeding off the crowd’s energy and laughter.”

Hart was recognized as one of Forbes’ top-grossing stand-up comedians in 2019 and his previous tour, Reality Check, dominated as the highest-grossing comedy tour of both 2022 and 2023 according to Billboard. Adding to his accolades, Hart clinched the People’s Choice Award for Comedy Act of 2022 in Pollstar.

Notably, he made history with a record-breaking hometown performance at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field during his What Now Tour, becoming the first comedian to sell out an NFL stadium in Philadelphia.

Hart was born and raised in Philadelphia where he launched his career as a comedian during an amateur night at a local comedy club. Over the years Hart has become a Hollywood box office power, opening 11 films at number one at the box office and grossing more than $4.23 billion global revenue.

This year, Hart received the Kennedy Center’s annual Mark Twain Prize for American Comedy. He was the 25th recipient and the youngest honoree to date.