Adam Sandler Back On The Road For ‘I Missed You Tour’

Adam Sandler onstage during the 24th annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor at The Kennedy Center on March 19 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

It’s only been five months since he’s been on tour, but it appears Adam Sandler really misses his fans. The Sandman took to social media and announced he’s back on the road this fall for “The I Missed You Tour,” a 25-date trek across North America beginning next month.

The actor and comedian, who is coming off the release of his Netflix film, “You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah,” captioned the video announcing his Live Nation-produced arena tour with, “Let’s have some fun.” He will open at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Oct. 12 and make stops at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena, Honda Center in Anaheim, Minneapolis’ Target Center, Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas, Thackerville and Oklahoma’s WinStar Casino and before wrapping up at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, on Dec. 12.

The Live Nation presale is already live and the general onsale starts at 12 p.m. today.

Sandler is represented by WME and has 43 headline shows reported to the Pollstar Boxoffice dating back to October 2009 with a total gross of $27,784,338. He last performed at Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena on April 21 and earned $1,048,927 off 10,866 tickets sold that night.

“The I Missed You Tour” Dates
Oct. 12 — Rogers Arena — Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct. 13 — Climate Pledge Arena — Seattle, Washington
Oct. 14 — Veterans Memorial Coliseum — Portland, Oregon
Oct. 15 — Ford Idaho Center Arena — Nampa, Idaho
Oct. 16 — Spokane Arena — Spokane, Washington
Oct. 18 — SAP Center at San Jose — San Jose, California
Oct. 19 — Tahoe Blue Event Center — Stateline, Nevada
Oct. 20 — Save Mart Center — Fresno, California
Oct. 21 — Acrisure Arena — Palm Desert, California
Oct. 23 — Honda Center — Anaheim, California
Nov. 7 — Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, Ontario
Nov. 8 — Blue Cross Arena — Rochester, New York
Nov. 9 — Capital One Arena — Washington, D.C.
Nov. 11 — Fiserv Forum — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Nov. 12 — Target Center — Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nov. 13 — Wells Fargo Arena — Des Moines, Iowa
Nov. 15 — Gainbridge Fieldhouse — Indianapolis, Indiana
Nov. 16 — FedExForum — Memphis, Tennessee
Dec. 2 — Michelob ULTRA Arena — Las Vegas, Nevada
Dec. 3 — Delta Center — Salt Lake City, Utah
Dec. 7 — AT&T Center — San Antonio, Texas
Dec. 8 — WinStar Casino — Thackerville, Oklahoma
Dec. 9 — Paycom Center — Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Dec. 10 — INTRUST Bank Arena — Wichita, Kansas
Dec. 12 — Ball Arena — Denver, Colorado