DAVID CROSS ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN DATES FOR HIS DAVID CROSS: OH COME ON TOUR
KICKING OFF JUNE 1 AT THE CHICAGO THEATRE AND RUNNING THROUGH AUGUST
Tickets Go On Sale Friday, April 27 At 10:00 AM Local Time Additional Domestic And International Dates Are Being Planned
Award winning comedian, David Cross announces the 46-city North American theater tour, David Cross: Oh Come On, kicking off June 1 at The Chicago Theatre and running through August 26. Additional domestic and international dates are being planned. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 27 at 10:00 AM local time. For a full list of dates and links to tickets click here.
“I am beyond aroused to get back out on the road and bring my very special, artisanal small batch hand crafted, 100% organic jokes & jibberings to a venue near you,” stated Cross. “These jokes are kid tested and mother approved so bring the whole family!”
The David Cross: Oh Come On tour is David’s first full tour since his 2016, Making America Great Again tour, which toured throughout North America and Europe, producing the Netflix special of the same name and the Grammy nominated CD, …America…Great.
Emmy Award winner and two-time Grammy Award nominee, Cross created and directed the new U.K. TV series, Bliss, which premiered on Sky TV in February 2018. Cross’ long list of TV credits includes three hour-long stand-up specials; the IFC series’, Todd Margaret, and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret; the Netflix series, Mr. Show with Bob and David, and the HBO series, Mr. Show; the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt; and the Netflix and FOX series’, Arrested Development.
On the big screen, Cross wrote and directed the independent film, Hits, which premiered at Sundance and is streaming on Netflix, and he has appeared in the independent features, Kill Your Darlings alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall, and the dramedy It’s a Disaster, opposite Julia Stiles and America Ferrera. Other film credits include Abel, Year One, Christopher Guest’s Waiting for Guffman, Men in Black and Men in Black II, Ghost World, Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Pitch Perfect 2, I’m Not There, and provided his vocal talents for several animated films, including “Megamind,” the Kung Fu Panda franchise and Curious George.