Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart Announce Limited Run of Joint Shows

In news that reads nearly like a presidential ticket announcement, comedy giants Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart have revealed they will share the stage on an exclusive, limited run of shows this June. The seven tour dates will take place in Boston, Houston and El Paso.

The seven-date June comedy tour begins in Boston, MA on June 11th, according to Rolling Stone.

They previously performed together in NY in August past year, during Chappelle's residency at the Radio City Music Hall. The former Daily Show host made a surprise appearance at Chappelle's show to rail against white supremacists and President Trump.

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As for Dave Chappelle, his own kind-of-sort-of stand up hiatus was broken when Netflix released three Chappelle specials in 2017, which became the most viewed comedy specials on the platform.

Chappelle and Stewart will sell their tickets through Ticketmaster's Verified Fan service.

The Hollywood Reporter reported then that the shows were part of a four-year production deal with HBO and it will mark the first time Stewart has done stand-up since his 1996 HBO special "Jon Stewart: Unevened". Tickets will officially go on sale Friday (May 18) at 10 a.m. local time.

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