Hannibal Buress Announces A New Nationwide Stand-Up Comedy Tour, And Hints At Some Surprises

Between scoring a role in Spider-Man: Homecoming and goofing off on the ESPYs red carpet with Uproxx‘s Bill Hanstock, it might seem like Hannibal Buress hasn’t been doing much stand-up these days. But as anyone who’s unfamiliar with his rigorous schedule knows, he never really stops. As Buress explained when Comedy Camisado began streaming in February, he doesn’t really take breaks from touring. Not even when he visited Japan during a break over the holidays; yes, the 33-year-old comic worked during his Christmas vacation. The result of his efforts? A brand new stand-up comedy tour called “The Hannibal Montanabal Experience.”

“This tour is about me and my journey to find the follow-up single to Gibberish Rap,” Buress told us. “It’s mostly Uber jokes, and I’m tinkering with a dance solo.”

The 30-city tour kicks off soon, with more dates to come, according to the comedian.

“You know New Orleans is coming,” he said. “There’s a few other cities that we gotta hit.”

Finally, Buress told us that he may have a surprise musical opening act performing at some of the stops along the tour: “There’s an offer out to Future to open for a few dates, but we’re bumping heads on the budget.”

Below is the full list of dates that have been scheduled so far. Tickets go on sale on Friday, August 5 and can purchased on Buress’ website,

Aug. 10-11 — Wilbur Theater — Boston, MA
Aug. 13 — Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom — Hampton Beach, NH
Sept. 14 — Chicago Theatre — Chicago, IL
Sept. 17 — Masonic Temple — Detroit, MI
Sept. 18 — State Theatre — Kalamazoo, MI
Sept. 22 — Charleston Gaillard Center — Charleston, SC
Sept. 23 — Duke Energy of the Performing Arts — Raleigh, NC
Sept. 24 — Belk Theatre — Charlotte, NC
Sept. 25 — TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall — Nashville, TN
Sept. 29 — Byham Theatre — Pittsburgh, PA
Sept. 30 — Capitol Theatre — Columbus, OH
Oct. 1 — Murat Theatre — Indianapolis, IN
Oct. 2 — Masonic Auditorium — Cleveland, OH
Oct. 6 — Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall — Baltimore, MD
Oct. 7 — Carpenter Theatre — Richmond, VA
Oct. 8 — Chrysler Hall — Norfolk, VA
Oct. 14 — Nourse Theatre — San Francisco, CA
Oct. 15 — Paramount Theater — Seattle, WA
Oct. 16 — Fox Theater — Oakland, CA
Oct. 17-20 — Aladdin Theater — Portland, OR
Oct. 21 — Chan Centre for the Perf. Arts — Vancouver, BC
Oct. 22 — Royal Theatre — Victoria, BC
Oct. 23 — MacEwan Hall — Calgary, AB
Nov. 2 — DAR Constitution Hall — Washington, DC
Nov. 3 — The Ryan Center — Kingston, RI
Nov. 4-6 — Apollo Theater — New York, NY
Nov. 10 — Arvest Bank Theatre — Kansas City, MO
Nov. 11 — Taft Theatre — Cincinnati, OH
Nov. 12 — Auer Performance Hall — Ft Wayne, IN
Nov. 13 — The Pageant Theatre — St Louis, MO

Once again, for tickets, check out Buress’ official website Friday, August 5 at 10 a.m. ET.