The 10-date run also features comedians Trevor Noah and Ali Wong.
The comedian previously said he was “going to give him a chance.”
He’ll be starring alongside Cooper, Lady Gaga, and Andrew Dice Clay, apparently.
“Everybody in comedy is heartbroken,” Chappelle told the audience.
“Watch the Throne Part 2.”
“I fought the network very hard so that those conventions could come to fruition.”
The two sets will premiere on Netlix later this month.
The pair also talk violence in Chicago, Chance’s 3 hat, and more, all over some fried chicken wings.
Comedian delivers a motivational set and took questions from the crowd of high schoolers.
Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Aziz Ansari, and Amy Schumer took turns behind the mic.
The legendary comedian loves himself ’90s alt rock.
The comedian’s first TV special in a decade will arrive in 2017.