Tons of Your Favorite Comedians Are Going on Tour in 2023


| LAST UPDATE 12/16/2022

By Lily Tipton
Jerry Seinfeld Comedy Tour 2023
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Let's be honest, it's been a tough year for most of us. Yes, we saw the end of lockdowns and Covid restrictions, but we've emerged into a world of inflation and economic decline. Considering they say "laughter is the best medicine," we recommend checking out a comedy show to lift your spirits. No clue who's going on tour next year? Don't worry; we've been researching and compiling a list of the necessary details. Remember the words of the comedy legend Ricky Gervais, "if you can laugh in the face of adversity, you're bullet-proof."

2023 is set to be the biggest year yet for comedy. Whether you're looking to discover a new up-and-coming comedian or want to finally tick a comedic legend off your bucket list, you are guaranteed to satisfy your laughter cravings. The one and only Jerry Seinfeld, who made it big with Seinfeld and Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, is traveling the country from January 5 - July 29. Kevin Hart's Reality Check Tour will run from January 1 until April 17 and will include a range of states. The ultimate duo, Steve Martin and Martin Short, will be entertaining the crowds from April 28 until October 28 with their You Won't Believe What They Look Like Today Tour. Whether you recently discovered them from Only Murders In the Building or have been fans since their SNL days, you're sure to have a great night.

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Trevor Noah will tour from January 20 until December 7 with his Off The Record Tour, Sarah Silverman's Grow Some Lips Tour will run from January 27 until March 16, and Ricky Gervais' Armageddon Tour is scheduled for May 6 till July 1. Other huge names include Jay Leno, David Spade, Gabriel Iglesias, Marlon Wayans, Rob Schneider, Kevin James, and so many more. Google your favorite artist, and chances are, they're going on tour!

As for the lesser-known comedians, there's plenty to choose from. Taylor Tomlinson, who has risen to fame through her podcast Sad in the City and Netflix's Quater-Life Crisis, will be running The Have It All Tour from January 13 to June 10. Nikki Glaser's The Good Girl Tour is scheduled from January 12 until June 24. Well, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets now and start your 2023 the right way!

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