Jay Pharoah, Adele Givens, Donnell Rawlings, Rickey Smiley, DeRay Davis, and more will also feature.
“You gotta come to the show,” says Wareheim. “It’s legally binding.”
Comedian’s “Legalize Everything Tour” is his biggest trek ever.
The actor/comedian will perform at 18 stops, mostly throughout the month of June.
The comedy trio will play seven shows after their Bonnaroo appearance.
The Tasmanian comic is debuting her new show, Douglas, which revolves around her pet dog.
The comedian will perform songs from his many satirical projects.
Master of None comedian will hit the road from February through May.
The 10-date residency follows a number of other shows in late 2018 and early 2019.
Eight months after being accused of sexual misconduct, the comedian announces hits the road for the “Working Out New Material Tour.”
Comedy legends will hit the road together beginning in June.
“Unfortunately I’ve broken two bones in my hand today in a very rock ‘n’ roll injury – falling down some stairs,” explains McKenzie.