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Hannibal Buress kicks off National Stand-up Theatre Tour

Published on August 3rd, 2016 | Updated on August 3rd, 2016 | By FanFest

The newest cast member to Marvel’s Spider-man: Homecoming, Hannibal Buress, announced yesterday that his new national stand-up comedy tour, The Hannibal Montanabal Experience, will be airing in theaters nationwide August 2016 through November 2016. The Hannibal Montanabal Experience follows Hannibal’s highly-rated third hour standup special, Comedy Camisado, as well as standout roles in numerous fan-favorite film and tv comedies.


Hannibal Buress is a wildly popular Emmy and WGA Award nominated comedian, writer and actor who is a favorite of fans and critics on big and small screens alike. The New York Times lauds him as one of the most “supremely gifted and respected comics around,”

He is a widely known for his role in the Comedy Central series Broad City, which recently aired its third season. He most recently starred in the animated movie The Secret Life of Pets as the adorably hilarious dachshund, Buddy. As we announced earlier this year, Hannibal is set to appear on the big screen in the upcoming film version of Baywatch and the much-anticipated feature Spider-man: Homecoming. Recently, Hannibal also scored roles in the blockbuster comedy features Neighbors, Neighbors 2, and Daddy’s Home.

Hannibal’s highly-rated second hour standup special Hannibal Buress Live from Chicago premiered on Comedy Central in March 2014, with GQ declaring “He makes us ugly laugh. Hard.”

If you have not seen any of Hannibal’s stand-ups, you are really missing out. His material is phenomenal and it lands every time. If you did not catch our recent interview with Hannibal, be sure to check it out here. Hannibal talks Spider-man: Homecoming, Secret Life of Pets and his life in the world of comedy.

Tickets for all shows go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 5 th at 10AM/EST and can be purchased at

Upcoming Show Dates and Locations: 

August 10-11 Wilbur Theatre Boston, MA

August 13 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton Beach, NH

Sept. 14 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL

Sept. 17 Masonic Temple Detroit, MI

Sept. 18 State Theatre Kalamazoo, MI

Sept. 22 Charleston Gaillard Center Charleston, SC

Sept. 23 Duke Energy of the Performing Arts Raleigh, NC

Sept. 24 Belk Theatre Charlotte, NC

Sept. 25 TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall Nashville, TN

Sept. 29 Byham Theatre Pittsburgh, PA

Sept. 30 Capitol Theatre Columbus, OH

Oct. 1 Murat Theatre Indianapolis, IN

Oct. 2 Masonic Auditorium Cleveland, OH

Oct. 6 Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD

Oct. 7 Carpenter Theatre Richmond, VA

Oct. 8 Chrysler Hall Norfolk, VA

Oct. 14 Nourse Theatre San Francisco, CA

Oct. 15 Paramount Theater Seattle, WA

Oct. 16 Fox Theater Oakland, CA

Oct. 17-20 Aladdin Theater Portland, OR

Oct. 21 Chan Centre for the Perf. Arts Vancouver, BC

Oct. 22 Royal Theatre Victoria, BC

Oct. 23 MacEwan Hall Calgary, AB

Nov. 2 DAR Constitution Hall Washington, DC

Nov. 3 The Ryan Center Kingston, RI

Nov. 4-6 Apollo Theater New York, NY

Nov. 10 Arvest Bank Theatre Kansas City, MO

Nov. 11 Taft Theatre Cincinnati, OH

Nov. 12 Auer Performance Hall Ft Wayne, IN

Nov. 13 The Pageant Theatre St Louis, MO


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