Amy Schumer’s Sept. 29 Fox Theatre date moved to November 14

Credit: Theo Wargo

Credit: Theo Wargo

Originally posted Thursday, September 27, 2018 by RODNEY HO/ on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog

Comic actor and stand-up Amy Schumer has postponed a Fox Theatre concert originally scheduled for this Saturday, September 29 for Wednesday, November 14.

The press release cited an unspecified “scheduling conflict.”

That's the same vague reason Howie Mandel gave earlier this week when he cancelled his concert originally scheduled this Friday at Atlanta Symphony Hall.

Schumer has not posted anything regarding the concert postponement on either her Instagram or Twitter feeds as of Thursday morning.

The Fox Theatre said tickets already purchased will be honored on the new date. Only a limited number of tickets remain and the venue believes "they will go quickly." (You can buy them here.) Prices range from $43.95 to $149.70 after fees.

If you can’t make the new date, refunds for the performance can be made at the original point of purchase. Any questions about refunds can be directed to the Fox Theatre Box Office at 404-881-2100.

Since people are returning tickets, you may end up with some great seats if you act quickly. I just checked and there were orchestra seats in row A available.

She last performed in Atlanta at Philips Arena (now State Farm Arena) in 2016, the first female solo comedienne to headline that venue.