Martin Lawrence’s Lit AF Tour Returns

Martin Lawrence
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– Martin Lawrence
Lit AF at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles April 5.

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The first lit AF tour was also hosted by Martin Lawrence and, like this one, was promoted by AEG. That 2018 edition hit 35 cities and featured many comedians returning this year. New additions to this year’s lineup include Lil Duval, Hannibal Buress, Lil Rel, Adele Givens, Earthquake, B. Simone, Donnell Rawlings and Tommy Davidson.

“Being on the road with this group of funny AF comedians is a blast,” Lawrence said in a statement. “Bringing the tour back out on the road is always exciting, no two shows are the same and we all bring something different to the party.”

The routing begins at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., Jan. 31 and runs until May 30 at Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii. The full routing is pasted below.

Citi cardholders get a presale beginning Nov. 20 at noon. Another presale begins Nov. 21 at noon. The general onsale begins Nov. 22 at noon. All times local.

The last Lit AF Tour reported more than $10.3 million grossed on a 16-show run from March to June of 2018. That run also reported 159,291 tickets sold in the same time period. In total AEG boasts that tour grossed more than $18 million and sold more than 280,000 tickets. 

The LIT AF Tour 2020

Date:                                       City:                            Venue:

January 31, 2020                  Washington D.C.        Capital One Arena
February 1, 2020                  Norfolk, VA                 Scope Arena
February 7, 2020                  Birmingham, AL          Legacy Arena at BJCC
February 8, 2020                  Bossier City, LA          CenturyLink Center
February 14, 2020               Columbia, SC              Colonial Life Arena
February 15, 2020               Raleigh, NC                 PNC Arena
February 21, 2020               Columbus, OH             Schottenstein Center
February 22, 2020               Detroit, MI                    Little Caesars Arena
February 23, 2020               Indianapolis, IN            Bankers Life Fieldhouse
March 6, 2020                     Savannah, GA              Martin Luther King Jr Arena
March 7, 2020                     Atlanta, GA                   State Farm Arena
March 8, 2020                     Baton Rouge, LA          Raising Cane’s River Center
March 12, 2020                   Tampa, FL                    Yuengling Center
March 13, 2020                   Orlando, FL                   Amway Center
March 14, 2020                   Charlotte, SC                Spectrum Center
March 27, 2020                   Memphis, TN                FedexForum
March 28, 2020                   Biloxi, MS                     Mississippi Coast Coliseum
April 3, 2020                        Brooklyn, NY                Barclays Center
April 4, 2020                        Philadelphia, PA          The Liacouras Center
April 10, 2020                      Ontario, CA                  Toyota Arena
April 11, 2020                      Oakland, CA                 Oakland Arena
April 24, 2020                      Pittsburgh, PA              PPG Paints Arena
April 25, 2020                      Chicago, IL                   Credit Union 1 Arena
May 1, 2020                         Dallas, TX                    Theatre at Grand Prairie
May 2, 2020                         Houston, TX                 Toyota Center
May 8, 2020                         Jacksonville, FL            Vystar Arena
May 9, 2020                         Miami, FL                      AmericanAirlines Arena
May 16, 2020                       Las Vegas, NV              Mandalay Bay Events Center
May 30, 2020                       Honolulu, HI                  Blaisdell Arena