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John Mulaney announces second leg of Kid Gorgeous tour

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Comedian John Mulaney’s current Kid Gorgeous tour has done really well. It has done so well in fact that its entire first leg, which runs through the end of July, is completely sold out. Being no fool, the former “Saturday Night Live” writer has decided to capitalize on his recent success by announcing a second North American leg to his current tour that will begin this fall.

Beginning with a Sept. 9 performance at Colorado Springs’ own Pike’s Peak Center, the second leg of Mulaney’s tour will take him to venues in Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Toronto, Detroit, Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, San Francisco, New Orleans, St. Louis, Cleveland, Washington DC, Seattle, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Chicago, New York and more. Tickets for these newly announced shows go on sale on June 19.

From 2008-2013, Mulaney severed as a writer on “Saturday Night Live.” After leaving the series, Mulaney developed and starred in a short-lived eponymous FOX sitcom in 2014 and since has worked on IFC’s “Documentary Now!” He’s also established himself as one of the best new comedians of his generation with a slew of well-received stand-up specials.

John Mulaney’s upcoming tour dates:

Sept. 9 – Colorado Springs, CO – Pike’s Peak Center (Click here to get tickets)
Sept. 14 – Minneapolis, MN – Northrup Auditorium
Sept. 15 – Milwaukee, WI – The Riverside Theatre
Sept. 21 – Toronto, ON – Sony Theater for the Performing Arts
Sept. 22 – Rochester, NY – Eastman Theatre
Sept. 23 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
Sept. 28 – St. Petersburg, FL – The Mahaffey Theater
Sept. 29 – Miami, FL – The Arsht Center
Sept. 30 – Atlanta, GA – Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Oct. 1 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
Oct. 4 – San Francisco, CA – Louise M. Davis Symphony Hall
Oct. 13 – Austin, TX – ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Oct. 14 – Houston, TX – Revention Music Center
Oct. 15 – New Orleans, LA – Mahalia Jackson Theatre for The Performing Arts
Oct. 17 – Memphis, TN – The Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 18 – Louisville, KY – Louisville Palace
Oct. 19 – St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House
Oct. 20 – Cincinnati, OH – Aronoff Center for the Arts
Nov. 2 – Richmond, VA – Altria Theater
Nov. 3 – Washington, DC – DAR Constitution Hall
Nov. 10 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Nov. 11 – Denver, CO – The Buell Theatre (Click here to get tickets)
Nov. 12 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland (Click here to get tickets)
Nov. 14 – Boston, MA – Boston Symphony Hall
Nov. 15 – Boston, MA – The Wilbur Theatre
Dec. 1 – Philadelphia, PA – Kimmel Center
Dec. 7 – Los Angeles, CA – Orpheum Theater
Dec. 13 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
Dec. 15 – Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Jan. 12 – Cleveland, OH – Connor Palace at Playground Square
Jan. 13 – Columbus, OH – Wexner Center Mershon Auditorium
Jan. 14 – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre at the Old National Centre
Jan. 19 – Las Vegas, NV – Terry Fator at the Mirage Hotel and Casino
Jan. 20 – Las Vegas, NV – Terry Fator at the Mirage Hotel and Casino
Jan. 21 – Las Vegas, NV – Terry Fator at the Mirage Hotel and Casino
Jan. 24 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
Jan. 26 – Durham, NC – Durham Performing Arts Center
Jan. 27 – Charleston, SC – Gaillard Center
Feb. 1 – Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre
Feb. 17 – New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall

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