Comedians Chris Rock and Kevin Hart have announced an iconic co-heading comedy show tour that will be a five-show run- to start-titled ROCK HART: Only Headliners Allowed. The shows will be produced by Live Nation and will begin this July.
“Chris and I realized we were both going to be on tour this year we immediately knew we needed to do something special we have been friends and mentors each other for 20 years but we have never shared a headlining stage together until now. I cannot think of a better way to celebrate the return of live comedy than to call headliner show with my brother Chris Rock this is a major moment in comedy and one for the history books”, said Kevin Hart.
Lauded by peers and critics alike Chris Rock is one of our generation’s strongest comedic voices. With a career spanning more than three decades, Rock has enjoyed ongoing success in both film and television as a comedian actor, writer, producer, and Director. Rock recently wrapped production in the upcoming Higher Ground Produced biopic Rustin and David O’Russell’s untitled film. He’s also set to direct an untitled Chris Rock project in 2023.
Hailed as one of the highest-earning stand-up comedians of 2019 by Forbes, Hart’s most recent global comedy tour sold over 100 arenas around the world, and sold over 1 million tickets worldwide in 2018 despite his Irresponsible Tour. Hart continues to break records with his hometown standup performance at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field during his What Now Tour marking it the first time a comedian has sold out an NFL stadium in Philadelphia. Recently Kevin Hart announced his first major tour in four years Reality Check heading to over 30 arenas in North America starting this summer.