Russell Howard has announced a world tour for 2017.
The English comedian will head out on his “round the world” tour in 2017, which will see him visit 30 cities in 12 different countries for his first tour in three years.
Last year, Russell Howard went out on his “Wonderbox” international tour, in which he played 40 shows in total, across the UK, Ireland, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
2017’s tour will also see Russell Howard take to the stage in these countries, along with an additional European leg.
His UK & Ireland shows will be the first to kick start the tour, where he will be playing 3 shows in Dublin fron 22nd February, followed by a 10 night run of shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall; his only UK dates.
May 4th will be the start of his USA & Canada shows, with the first performance being in Washington DC. He will also be playing shows in Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Vancouver and many more cities.
Finland, Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands are amongst some of the European cities that Russell Howard will be playing in June 2017.
The final leg of the tour will be completed in Australia and New Zealand in July, with shows in Brisbane, Auckland, Sydney, Wellington and other cities.
Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday at 10am.
Check out the full list of Russell Howards’ 2017 tour dates below:
UK & Ireland
- February 22nd-24th — Vicar Street, Dublin
- March 1st-10th — Royal Albert Hall, London
USA & Canada
- May 4th — Sixth & I Historic Synagogue – Washington, DC
- May 5th — TLA – Philadelphia, PA
- May 6th — Gramercy – New York, NY
- May 7th — Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
- May 13th — House of Blues – Chicago, IL
- May 14th — Varsity – Minneapolis, MN
- May 16th — Rio Theatre – Vancouver, Canada
- May 18th — Alberta Rose – Portland, OR
- May 19th — Cobbs Comedy Club – San Francisco, CA
- June 8th — Kulturhuset – Helsinki, Finland
- June 9th — Lorentsberg – Gothenburg, Sweden
- June 10th — Folketeateret Theatre – Oslo, Norway
- June 11th — Stavanger Hall – Stavanger, Norway
- June 13th — Ole Bull – Bergen, Norway
- June 14th — Logen – Trondheim, Norway
- June 15th — The Edge – Tromso, Norway
- June 17th — Luxor Theater – Rotterdam, Netherlands
- June 18th — De Meervaart Theater – Amsterdam, Netherlands
- June 20th — Arenberg – Antwerp, Belgium
- June 21st — Haskolabio – Reykjavik, Iceland
- June 30th — Isaac Theatre Royal – Christchurch, New Zealand
Australia & New Zealand
- July 1st — Opera House – Wellington, New Zealand
- July 2nd — Great Hall – Auckland, New Zealand
- July 7th — Hamer Hall Arts Center – Melbourne, Australia
- July 10th — Concert Hall – Brisbane, Australia
- July 13th — Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide, Australia
- July 15th — Riverside – Perth, Australia
- July 19th — Enmore Theatre – Sydney, Australia