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Chris Rock Extends Total Blackout Tour To 2018

Chris Rock Extends Total Blackout Tour To 2018

Chris Rock Lands $40 Million For First Comedy Specials In 8 Years

Chris Rock has extended his first headlining tour in nine years.

Rock’s “Total Blackout Tour,” which began in February of this year, has now extended into January of next year. Check out the updated itinerary below.

The extension may have something to do with Rock’s forthcoming Netflix specials, which he will be earning a reported $40 million from. However, it is still unknown when his two comedy specials will be released. Purchase tickets for the tour here.

Rock recently served as the cover star for the latest issue of Rolling Stone, where he discussed his divorce from Malaak Compton-Rock. The interview contains a notable moment, where Rock recounts Dave Chappelle asking him if he had cried during the divorce process when the two comedians took over New Orleans earlier this year.

“Chappelle turned shrink and asked Rock if he cried during the divorce process. Rock said he cried once: ‘During the custody battle.’

Afterward, Rock says it was a revelatory moment. ‘No one’s ever asked me that,’ he says. ‘I don’t even know if a shrink has asked me that. We live in a world where men are assumed to not have feelings.’ He gives an example. ‘All my friends assume I moved into the city after my divorce, away from my girls. When I say I bought a house around the corner, it blows their minds.’”

Chris Rock “Blackout Tour”

05-03 Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
05-04 Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
05-06 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
05-13 Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center
05-14 Austin, TX – Bass Concert Hall
05-15 Austin, TX – Bass Concert Hall
05-16 Pittsburgh, PA – Benedum Center
05-17 Pittsburgh, PA – Benedum Center
05-18 Pittsburgh, PA – Benedum Center
05-25 Cherokee, NC – Harrah’s Cherokee Resort Event Center
05-26 Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
05-27 Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
05-28 Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre
06-03 Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Event Center
06-09 Indio, CA – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Special Events Center
06-10 Las Vegas, NV – Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino
06-23 Perth, Australia – Perth Arena
06-24 Brisbane, Australia – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
06-26 Melbourne, Australia – Melbourne Hisense Arena
06-27 Melbourne, Australia – Melbourne Hisense Arena
06-28 Sydney, Australia – Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
06-29 Sydney, Australia – Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
07-01 Auckland, New Zealand – Spark Arena
09-07 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
09-08 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
09-14 Vancouver, British Columbia – Thunderbird Sports Centre
09-16 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
09-17 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
10-18 Washington, DC – The Theater at MGM National Harbor
10-19 Washington, DC – The Theater at MGM National Harbor
10-26 Oakland, CA – Paramount Theatre
10-27 Oakland, CA – Paramount Theatre
11-09 Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory
11-11 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
11-25 Boston, MA – Boch Center Wang Theatre
11-26 Boston, MA – Boch Center Wang Theatre
11-30 Los Angeles, CA – Dolby Theatre
12-01 Los Angeles, CA – Dolby Theatre
12-06 New York, NY – Theater at Madison Square Garden
12-07 New York, NY – Theater at Madison Square Garden
12-09 Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
01-26 London, England – SSE Arena Wembley
01-27 London, England – The O2 Arena


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