Comedian Dave Chappelle will perform in Fort Worth, the day after his Dallas show, with tickets available for purchase, according to a Fox 4 News article. They say,
Stand up comedian Dave Chappelle announced that he will be making a stop in Fort Worth in addition to his show in Dallas this June.
Chappelle will go to Dickies Arena in Fort Worth on Friday, June 30, the day after he performs at the AAC.
Tickets for the Fort Worth show go on sale Wednesday at 10 a.m. Tickets for the Dallas show are already on sale.
Dave Chappelle recently concluded a tour with Chris Rock and has faced criticism for his views on cancel culture, according to a Dallas Morning News article which says,
“Chappelle wrapped up a five-date tour with comedian Chris Rock in January. In 2013, Chappelle headlined the Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival at the then-Gexa Energy Pavilion. He also performed at the Toyota Music Factory in Irving in 2017.
The comedian, actor, screenwriter and television and film producer has come under recent criticism for his stance against so-called cancel culture. His 2021 Netflix special The Closer drew particular condemnation from the trans community.
He performed Friday at the Roots Picnic in Philadelphia, as did comedians Michael Che and Jon Stewart. The Roots were the house band in the movie Dave Chappelle’s Block Party (2005) before they went on to back Jimmy Fallon.”
Dave Chappelle is a highly acclaimed comedian, with multiple Emmy and Grammy awards recognizing his talent and success in comedy.