Kevin Hart Expands ‘What Now? Tour’

With Kevin Hart’s current outing being called the “biggest comedy tour in history,” it should be no surprise that the funny guy has lined up even more dates. The new leg of international “What Now? Tour” shows start in January.    

Photo: Anna C. Jones
BJCC Concert Hall, Birmingham, Ala.

Hart is playing huge venues on the excursion, including last Sunday’s hometown show at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.  

“I’m blown away. 53,000 people came out to support me & LAUGHED HYSTERICALLY for my entire show,” Hart posted on Facebook Sept. 1. “God is truly amazing….The weather was perfect and my production was flawless. This was a show for the record books. I LOVE MY CITY….Thank you Philadelphia…Thank you for making me the man that I am today. I cried tears of joy in my dressing room. I’m officially in the History books!!!! Look mama I made it.”

He also thanked Live Nation for its support and said he can’t wait for the world to see his next stand-up film. The Philadelphia performance was filmed for a special that will be released in October 2016, according to The Inquirer /

The new stretch of dates include Hart’s first-ever gigs in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and South Africa. Here’s the routing:

Jan. 20 –Manchester, England, Manchester Arena    
Jan. 22 – Dublin, Ireland, 3Arena      
Jan. 23 – London, England, The SSE Arena, Wembley
Jan. 24 – London, England, The O2 – London          
Jan. 25 – Oslo, Norway, Oslo Spektrum Arena ANS           
Jan. 26 – Solna, Sweden, Friends Arena       
Jan. 27 – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena    
Jan. 29 – Malmo, Sweden, Malmö Arena      
Jan. 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome     
Jan. 31 – Merksem, Belgium, Lotto Arena    
Feb. 2 – Singapore, Singapore, Suntec Convention Hall       
Feb. 3 – Perth, Australia, Perth Arena           
Feb. 5 – Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena     
Feb. 6 – Boondall, Australia, Brisbane Entertainment Centre          
Feb. 7 – Sydney, Australia, Allphones Arena
March 26 – Cape Town, South Africa, Cape Town International Convention Centre
March 28 – Durban, South Africa, International Convention Centre
March 30 – Johannesburg, South Africa, Ticketpro Dome

Tickets go on sale beginning Friday, Sept. 4. Visit for more information.