Originally posted Tuesday, December 7, 2019 by RODNEY HOemail@example.com on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog
Nick Cannon is going big with his 14-year-old comedy show “Wild ‘N Out,” doing a 28-city arena tour that stops at State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Friday, March 6.
The sturdy comedy show, which originally debuted on MTV2 in 2005, has lasted 14 seasons. The 15th season was shot in Atlanta last month and will air sometime in 2020 on VH1. Cannon, 39 has taped more than 200 episodes over the years.
The stage show will feature not just the classic “Wild ‘N Out” improv games where the comics bust each other’s chops but there will be stand-up routines by the likes of DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller (who started his comedy career in Atlanta), Emmanuel Hudson, Justina Valentine, Hit Man, Conceited, DJ D-Wreck and Pretty Vee. The line-up will vary depending on the city.
There will be music as well.
Cannon, currently host of Fox’s hit “The Masked Singer,” will be hosting every live show, including the one at State Farm.
Tickets go on sale Friday, January 10 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. Prices were not released ahead of time (which is typical nowadays) but a version of this tour in Cincinnati in 2018 cost $60 to $175. A live “Wild ‘N Out” show in St. Louis in 2018 ranged in price from $30 to $175.
Here are all the dates:
March 3: VyStar Veterans Arena - Jacksonville, Florida
March 4: BB&T Center - Sunrise, Florida
March 5: Amway Center - Orlando, Florida
March 6: State Farm Arena - Atlanta, Georgia
March 8: Spectrum Center - Charlotte, North Carolina
March 11: PNC Arena - Raleigh, North Carolina
March 12: Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena) - Baltimore, Maryland
March 13: Capital One Arena - Washington, DC
March 14: Prudential Center - Newark, New Jersey
March 16: Barclays Center - Brooklyn, New York
March 19: Little Caesars Arena - Detroit
March 20: United Center - Chicago, Illinois
March 21: Nationwide Arena - Columbus, Ohio
March 22: Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, Indiana
March 24: Rupp Arena - Lexington, Kentucky
March 25: Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, Tennessee
March 26: FedExForum - Memphis, Tennessee
March 27: Legacy Arena at The BJCC - Birmingham, Alabama
March 28: Smoothie King Center - New Orleans, Lousiana
March 31: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory - Irving, Texas
April 2: Don Haskins Center - El Paso, Texas
April 3: Gila River Arena - Glendale, Arizona
April 4: Mandalay Bay Events Center - Las Vegas, Nevada
April 5: Save Mart Center - Fresno, California
April 8: Oakland Arena - Oakland, California
April 10: STAPLES Center - Los Angeles, California
April 11: Honda Center - Anaheim, California
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