Entertainer-Comedian Kevin Hart Readies What Now? Tour, with Grand Rapids Stop May 17
Entertainer, actor and comedian Kevin Hart is headed out on a North American arena tour hitting 45 cities in the U.S. and Canada, including Grand Rapids' Van Andel Arena on May 17.
The Grand Rapids concert was just announced today by LiveNation, with tickets going on sale at 10 a.m. EDT Friday at Ticketmaster outlets, including select D&W, Family Fare and Walmart locations; Ticketmaster online; and the box offices for Van Andel Arena, 130 Fulton Street West, and DeVos Place convention center, 303 Monroe Avenue NW, in Grand Rapids.
Hart also hits The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills on May 16 and Chicago's United Center July 30 for the tour, for which tickets are already on sale.
The What Now? Tour kicks off Thursday in San Antonio at AT&T Center and includes dates at New York's Madison Square Garden and an NFL a stadium date in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field.
The What Now? Tour has already sold out several shows, with second shows added for a few dates, according to LiveNation officials.
In 2012, Hart's Let Me Explain comedy tour hit 90 cities in the U.S. before also going to Europe and Africa.
As an actor, Hart can currently be seen opposite Will Ferrell in the Warner Bros. film Get Hard; and in the Screen Gems movie The Wedding Ringer, co-starring with Josh Gad and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and being released for home viewing April 14. He also stars and is executive producer for the BET show Real Husbands of Hollywood.
Kevin Hart's What Now? Tour
April 9 -- San Antonio, AT&T Center
April 10 -- Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
April 11 -- Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Arena
April 17 -- Buffalo, First Niagara Center (two shows)
April 18 -- Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
April 19 -- Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
April 24 -- Orlando, Amway Center (two shows)
April 25 -- Jacksonville, Veterans Memorial Arena (two shows)
April 26 -- Birmingham, Ala., BJCC Arena
May 1 -- Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
May 2 -- Charlotte, Time Warner Cable Arena
May 3 -- Richmond, Va., Richmond Coliseum
May 8 -- Tampa, Amalie Arena (two shows)
May 9 -- Miami, American Airlines Arena
May 15 -- Minneapolis, Target Center
May 16 -- Auburn Hills, The Palace of Auburn Hills (two shows)
May 17 -- Grand Rapids, Van Andel Arena
May 24 -- Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Events Center
June 5 and 7 -- Boston, TD Bank Garden Arena (two shows June 7)
June 6 -- Baltimore, Royal Farms Arena
June 12 -- Atlanta, Philips Arena (two shows)
June 14 -- Augusta, Ga., James Brown Arena
June 19 -- Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
June 20 -- Cincinnati, US Bank Arena (two shows)
June 21 -- Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
June 25 -- Los Angeles, Staples Center (BET Experience)
July 2 -- New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Essence Festival)
July 3 -- Memphis, FedExForum
July 7 and 8 -- New York, Madison Square Garden (two shows July 8)
July 11 -- Newark, N.J., Prudential Center (two shows)
July 16 -- San Jose, Calif., The SAP Center at San Jose
July 17 -- Sacramento, Sleep Train Arena
July 18 -- Oakland, Oracle Arena
July 24 -- Montreal, Bell Centre (Just For Laughs Montreal)
July 30 -- Chicago, United Center
Aug. 1 -- Toronto, Air Canada Centre
Aug. 6 and 7 -- Washington, D.C., Verizon Center (two shows Aug. 7)
Aug. 14 -- Dallas, American Airlines Center
Aug. 15 -- Houston, Toyota Center
Aug. 20 -- Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
Aug. 21 --St. Louis, Scottrade Center
Aug. 22 -- Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center (two shows)
Aug. 26 -- Syracuse, N.Y., Oncenter War Memorial Arena (two shows)
Aug. 27 -- Albany, N.Y., Times Union Center
Aug. 28 -- Wantagh, N.Y., Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
Aug. 30 -- Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field