Trevor Noah Announces 10th, Record-Setting Show At Beacon Theatre 

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GRAMMY Awards Host Trevor Noah (center) is pictured with Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada of Black Pumas during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Trevor Noah has loaded up his October calendar with his tenth and final show at Beacon Theatre – setting a record for the most consecutive shows by a comedian at the historic New York venue. 

The 10-day run takes place Oct. 9-18, with tickets going on sale to the general public for the final show Friday, Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. In-person onsales at the Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Beacon Theatre box offices begin on Saturday, Sept. 16. 

Today’s announcement notes that a limited number of tickets are available for Noah’s Oct. 16th and 17th shows. The rest of the performances are sold out. 

After wrapping up his seven-year tenure as host of “The Daily Show” in December, while earning a record number of seven Emmy Award nominations, Noah has been busy taking his comedy on the road. The “Off The Record Tour” launched in January at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, with most dates promoted by Live Nation.

The next gigs on the trek are five nights at the Sunbet Arena in Pretoria, South Africa, Sept. 12-16. After that he heads to India for a run of gigs Sept. 22 through Oct. 1 put on by bookmyshow, including stops at the Jawaharlal Nehru Auditorium in Delhi, Manpho Convention Centre in Bengaluru and NSCI Dome in Mumbai. Following an Oct. 3 show in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at the Coca-Cola Arena, Noah heads back to the U.S. 

His schedule includes stops at Minneapolis’ Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco’s Masonic, Austin’s Bass Concert Hall and Seattle’s Paramount Theatre. Noah also has a handful of UK shows booked including three nights at London’s O2 Nov. 23-25.  

Noah’s third Netflix special, the Emmy-nominated “I Wish You Would,” premiered globally in November. During his career he’s written, produced and starred in 12 comedy specials. 

The Beacon Theatre, which opened in 1929 as a movie palace, has hosted some of the biggest artists across the music spectrum including Miles Davis, Grateful Dead, Tina Turner and Radiohead, along with comedians including Ali Wong, Sebastian Maniscalco and Eddie Izzard. While Noah now holds the record for the most consecutive shows by a comedian, Jerry Seinfeld has bragging rights for the most shows by a comedian overall with 105. 

Recent reports submitted to Pollstar’s Boxoffice for Noah include three shows at Prudential Hall In Newark, New Jersey, May 22 that sold a total of 8,302 tickets and grossed $542,749.”

He ranked No. 96 on Pollstar’s Mid-Year Top Tours North America chart with a gross of $5.6 million and 66,285 tickets sold.

Noah is represented by CAA (Matt Blake for live performances and Rachel Rusch for TV/film) and managed by Mainstay Entertainment (Norm Aladjem and Derek Van Pelt).