Kevin Hart tour tickets are available for sale.
Here's upoming Kevin Hart show schedule as below.
The colossal Kevin Hart Tour, currently in progress, is scheduled to stop at 50 different cities in the U.S. and Canada. Hart's What Now tour is being marketed as the biggest tour in history. However, concertgoers will find little humor in the cost of Kevin Hart tickets.
On average, Hart's secondary market is besting expensive tours such as Foo Fighters and Kenny Chesney. Dallas fans can expect to pay about $475 on the secondary market. If you're accustomed to the best things in life, for only $5,000, you can claim one of the luxury boxes.
Regardless of the ticket price, Madison Square Garden, Prudential Center, Newark, N.J. and Barclays Center sold out fast.
On August 30, the last ha-ha, sees the Kevin Hart show at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. This is a milestone event, as Hart is the first stand-up comedy act to headline at an NFL venue.
You've enjoyed the antics of Kevin Hart on the Silver Screen and TV, now you can see him performing live on stage. Grab your Kevin Hart tickets now!
We've all got our pet peeves. Hart claims it distracts him like crazy when he is performing and people make loud chewing noises.
Here's a shocker: The first time Hart earned a six-figure paycheck, he spent the entire amount - $150,000 – on a watch. He thought the watch would change his image. When nobody paid attention to it, Hart returned the watch.
Hart was arrested for DUI in 2013. After pleading no contest for a BAC of .15, he received three years of probation and attended alcohol education courses for three months.
At 5 feet 4 inches, you might not envision Hart as the basketball player who won the Celebrity all-star MVP award in 2012!
He was awarded "Best Actor" at the 2012 BET awards for "Think like a Man".
He won the MTV Movie Award in the category "Comedic Genius" in 2015.
He received two NAACP Image Awards in 2014 – category "Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series" for "Real Husbands of Hollywood" and "Entertainer of the Year".
People Magazine Awards honored the comedian as "Comedy Star of the Year" in 2014.