These funny folks know how to deliver plenty of laughs. If you’re longing for a stress-free night of stand-up comedy, they’ve got you covered. Check out our recommendations for the top touring comics heading to a city near you.
Jeff Dunham – Fans of Dunham flock to his shows to watch the hilarious exchanges with his colorful cast of puppets, including the grumpy Walter and hyperactive Peanut. This ventriloquist is always a popular act no matter where he goes in the country. Dunham can be found in arenas across the U.S. and Canada now through May.
Gabriel Iglesias – The comedian famously known as “Fluffy,” Gabriel Iglesias has relied on self-deprecating humor to become one of the most in-demand comics of the past decade. He continues to add 2018 dates to his already busy schedule, with shows in Tampa, Austin, Cleveland and Boston on the agenda.
John Oliver – While on hiatus from his Last Week Tonight hosting duties, John Oliver will bring his biting humor on the road for select dates. The Emmy-winning comic will perform four shows in Connecticut and Maryland at the end of this month and into the new year.
Trevor Noah – The Daily Show host Trevor Noah consistently performs stand-up shows every weekend when not filming the long-running satirical news show. Noah has gigs scheduled throughout next spring with stops in major cities like Boston, Tucson, Orlando, Los Angeles and New York.
Jerry Seinfeld – Fan-favorite comedian Jerry Seinfeld is always a hot seller with his signature brand of stand-up. He is out on the road now through April, making stops to perform in Kansas City, Cincinnati, Las Vegas and For Lauderdale among other cities.
Tiffany Haddish – Breakout star Tiffany Haddish has had quite the exciting year and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. After starring in “Girls Trip,” Haddish became an overnight star—one who is ready to take her comedy on the road. Haddish can soon be found in venues across the country delivering gut-busting stand-up. Beginning in the new year, the actress/comedian will spend nearly every weekend through April performing in major cities like St. Louis, Boston, Detroit, and Reno.
Kevin Hart – The comic/actor may have made headlines recently over an extortion scandal, but that’s not stopping him from delivering plenty of laughs. Catch Kevin Hart on the road now through March in cities like Minneapolis, Fort Lauderdale, Dayton and Syracuse.
Jim Gaffigan – Gaffigan’s schedule is stacked for the time being, as he’s due to bring his dry wit to 24 cities across the U.S. now through April. Those who prefer a heaping dose of sarcasm in a comedian will love Gaffigan, who has mastered the art of deadpan delivery that he’s best known for.