English funnyman Eddie Izzard will be stateside this summer when his Force Majeure Tour hits the U.S. from May through early July. The tour is slated for 33 dates beginning at Festival Concert Hall in Fargo, North Dakota on May 19 and wraps at J.Q. Lawson Capitol Theatre in Salt Lake City on July 1.
The comic won’t just be performing his usual whimsical banter, however. For fans who have less desirable seats during his stop at the Hollywood Bowl on June 6, Izzard has announced a special Q&A prior to his performance. Those with tickets in sections Q-X will be allowed to enter the venue at 6 p.m. and chat with Izzard at 6:30. All other fans with tickets in different sections won’t see doors open until 7 p.m.
Izzard has stated that no questions will be off limits during his meet and greet in Los Angeles. No other Q&A dates have been announced just yet, but fans can expect the comedian to offer more if all goes well at the Hollywood Bowl.
13 of his upcoming dates will be held in California, with multiple shows scheduled in Golden Gate and California Theatre in June. The entire leg will be held in the Western U.S.
The Force Majeure Tour has been ongoing since March of 2013 and Izzard has taken on five continents since. Pre-sale for his upcoming U.S. dates has begun and the official on-sale date is set for February 20 at 10 a.m. CST. Tickets are available through EddieIzzard.com.
Here’s the complete list of U.S. dates Izzard will perform at this summer. Check back for the latest news and announcements as they are released:
Eddie Izzard 2015 Force Majeure U.S. Tour
May 19 – Festival Concert Hall – Fargo, North Dakota
May 20 – Washington Pavilion – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
May 21 – Rushmore Plaza Civic Center – Rapid City, South Dakota
May 22 – Alberta Bair Theater – Billings, Montana
May 23 – Cheyenne Civic Center – Cheyenne, Wyoming
May 26 – Paramount – Denver, Colorado
May 27 – Paramount – Denver, Colorado
May 28 – Kiva Auditorium – Albuquerque, New Mexico
May 29 – Fox Theatre – Tucson, Arizona
May 30 – Fox Theatre – Tucson, Arizona
May 31 – Ardrey Auditorium – Flagstaff, Arizona
June 2 – Orpheum – Phoenix, Arizona
June 3 – Orpheum – Phoenix, Arizona
June 4 – Civic – San Diego, California
June 5 – Granada – Santa Barbara, California
June 6 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, California
June 9 – William Saroyan Theatre – Fresno, California
June 10 – Christopher Cohen Centre – San Luis Obispo, California
June 11 – Fox Theatre – Bakersfield, California
June 12 – Pearl Theatre – Las Vegas, Nevada
June 13 – Pearl Theatre – Las Vegas, Nevada
June 16 – Community Center Theatre – Sacramento, California
June 17 – Wells Fargo Theatre – Santa Rosa, California
June 18 – Golden Gate – San Francisco, California
June 19 – Golden Gate – San Francisco, California
June 20 – Golden Gate – San Francisco, California
June 22 – California Theatre – San Jose, California
June 23 – California Theatre – San Jose, California
June 25 – Paramount – Seattle, Washington
June 26 – Paramount – Seattle, Washington
June 27 – Keller Auditorium – Portland, Oregon
June 30 – Morrison Theatre – Boise, Idaho
July 1 – J.Q. Lawson Capitol Theatre – Salt Lake City, Utah