Louis C.K. wants to make sure true fans get to see him on his next tour.
The comedian announced more dates for his imminent stand-up tour, which begins Tuesday in Baltimore.
As is the case with most high-profile events, tickets for Louis C.K.’s show will assuredly find their way on the secondary market. He announced that his team will attempt to limit the sale of those.
“We take great efforts and have many methods of finding out what inventory is being sold on ‘broker’ sites like Stubhub and Vivid Seats and immediately invalidating those tickets,” he writes on his website. “Due to this we recommend that anyone who chooses to purchase these seats does so at their own risk.
“If the ticket becomes invalidated, we are not responsible, and unfortunately the consumer could lose money and not get into the show,” he continues. “We cannot tell anyone specifically which seats will be invalidated but we can tell you that there is a legitimate chance that any and all of them can be.”
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Fighting the secondary market isn’t the only fan-friendly measure Louis C.K. and his team enacted: most tickets are in the $50 range and have limited, if any, venue and service fees.
See Louis C.K.’s tour dates below and grab tickets on his website.
May 17: Baltimore; Lyric Theatre (early show)
May 17: Baltimore; Lyric Theatre (late show)
May 18: Baltimore; Lyric Theatre (early show)
May 18: Baltimore; Lyric Theatre (late show)
May 19: Asbury Park, N.J.; Paramount Theatre
May 20: Asbury Park, N.J.; Paramount Theatre
May 20: Asbury Park, N.J.; Paramount Theatre (late show)
May 25: Mashantucket, Conn.; Foxwoods Grand Theatre
May 26: Mashantucket, Conn.; Foxwoods Grand Theatre
May 31: Chicago; Chicago Theatre
June 1: Chicago; Chicago Theatre
June 2: Chicago; Chicago Theatre (early show)
June 2: Chicago; Chicago Theatre (late show)
June 3: Chicago; Chicago Theatre (late show)
June 8: Wikes-Barre, Penn.; Mohegan Sun Arena
June 9: Reading, Penn.; Santander Arena
July 7: Kansas City, M.O.; Sprint Center
July 9: Oakland; Oracle Arena
July 10: Inglewood, Calif.; The Los Angeles Forum
July 12: Houston; NRG Arena
July 14: Nashville, Tenn.; Bridgestone Arena
July 15: Greensboro, N.C.; Greensboro Coliseum
July 22: Forest Hills, N.Y.; Forest Hills Stadium
Aug. 1: Milwaukee; BMO Harris Bradley Center
Aug. 2: Minneapolis; Target Center
Aug. 3: Omaha, Neb.; CenturyLink Center
Aug. 4: St. Louis; Scottrade Center
Aug. 5: Detroit,; Joe Louis Arena
Aug. 6: Springfield, Mass.; MassMutual Center
Aug. 12: London; Wembley Arena
Aug. 15: Dublin; 3Arena
Aug. 16: Amsterdam; Ziggo Dome
Aug. 18: Jerusalem; Jerusalem Payis Arena
Aug. 20: Copenhagen; Forum Copenhagen
Aug. 21: Paris; L’Olympia
Aug. 22: Prague; Prague Congress Centre
Sept. 8: New York City; Madison Square Garden
Sept. 12: New York City; Madison Square Garden