Hannibal Buress to Play TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall Sept. 25


Whether you know him for his sharp, hilarious, and laid back standup (find various specials on Netflix), Emmy-nominated writing (SNL30 Rock) breakout TV roles (Broad CityThe Eric Andre ShowWhy? with Hannibal Buress), film (Daddy’s HomeNeighbors), voice acting (The Secret Life of PetsAdventure Time), or as the guy who helped shed public light on Bill Cosby as an abuser, there’s no denying that Chicago-bred comedian Hannibal Buress is one of the freshest, smartest, and most talented voices to emerge from the comedy world in recent years. Fast becoming a household name, it’s no surprise that Buress has, in just the course of a few months, already graduated from Zanies to TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall, where he’ll perform on Sept. 25 as part of his just-announced “Hannibal Montanabal Tour.” Tickets go on sale this Friday, Aug. 5 at 10 a.m. CDT right here, and we expect them to go quick!

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08-05 Mashantucket, CT – Foxwoods
08-10-11 Boston, MA – The Wilbur
08-13 Hampton Beach, NH – Casino Ballroom
08-26 Tampa, FL – Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
08-27 Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Amphitheatre
08-28 Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Events Center
09-14 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
09-17 Detroit, MI – Masonic Temple Detroit
09-18 Kalamazoo, MI – State Theatre
09-20 Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
09-22 Charleston, SC – Charleston Gaillard Center
09-23 Raleigh, NC – Duke Energy of the Performing Arts
09-24 Charlotte, NC – Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
09-25 Nashville, TN – TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall
09-29 Pittsburgh, PA – Byham Theater
09-30 Columbus, OH – Capitol Theater
10-01 Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
10-02 Cleveland, OH – Cleveland Masonic Auditorium
10-06 Baltimore, MD – Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
10-07 Richmond, VA – Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center
10-08 Norfolk, VA – Chrysler Hall
10-14 San Francisco, CA – Nourse Theatre
10-15 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
10-16 Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
10-17-19 Portland, OR – Aladdin Theater
10-21 Vancouver, British Columbia – Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
10-22 Victoria, British Columbia – Royal Theatre
10-23 Calgary, Alberta – Macewan Hall
11-02 Washington, DC – Dar Constitution Hall
11-03 Kingston, RI – The Ryan Center
11-10 Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
11-11 Cincinnati, OH – Taft Theatre
11-12 Ft. Wayne, IN – Auer Performance Hall
11-13 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant

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