David Cross Announces First Comedy Tour in Six Years

Perhaps best known for his role as Tobias Funke on the hit sitcom Arrested Development, comedian David Cross is taking his patented brand of humor on the road this winter for his first North American tour since 2010. Being dubbed the "Making America Great Again!" Tour, the 51-year-old funnyman will make a fitting 51 stops across the U.S. between January and April.

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The trek kicks off on January 26 at Observatory North Park in San Diego. It will remain on the West Coast through mid-February before skipping to the Midwest for several shows. Notable stops along the three-month run include Capitol Theatre in Columbus, Ohio, Warner Theatre in Pittsburgh, Polk Theatre in Nashville, Pabst Theater in Milwaukee and a two-night stay at Boston's Wilbur Theater.

Check out the complete list of dates below:

David Cross 'Making America Great Again!' 2016 Tour Dates

January 26 — San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park
January 27 – Claremont, CA @ Pomona College – Bridges Auditorium
January 28 – San Francisco, CA @ Davies Symphony Hall
January 29 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel
January 30 – Monterey, CA @ Golden State Theater
January 31 – Santa Rosa, CA @ Wells Fargo Theatre
February 2 – JFL Vancouver, Vogue Theatre
February 3 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre
February 4 – Spokane, WA @ Bing Crosby Theatre (Knitting Factory Presents)
February 5 – Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theatre
February 6 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
February 12 – Madison, WI @ Orpheum
February 14 – Royal Oak, MI @ Music Hall
February 16 – Columbus, OH @ Capitol Theatre
February 17 – Cleveland, OH @ Masonic
February 18 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Hall
February 19 – Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
February 21 – Richmond, VA @ Carpenter Center
February 23 – Charlotte, NC @ Knight Center
February 24 – Durham, NC @ Carolina Theater
February 25 – Charleston, SC @ Galliard Theatre
February 26 – Nashville, TN @ Polk Theatre
February 27 – Louisville, KY @ Brown Theater
February 28 – Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall
March 8 – Denver, CO @ Paramount (JP)
March 9 – Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theatre
March 10 – Lincoln, NE @ Rococo Theatre
March 11 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland
March 12 – Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theatre
March 13 – St. Paul, MN @ Fitzgerald
March 15 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theatre
March 16 – Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre
March 19 – Buffalo, NY @ UB Center for Arts
March 20 – Troy, NY @ Troy Music Hall
March 22 – Englewood, NJ @ Bergen Pac
March 23 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Theatre
March 26 – Mashantucket, CT @ Fox Theater
March 27 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theater
March 29 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theater
March 30 – South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
March 31 – Northampton, MA @ Calvin Theatre
April 1 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre
April 2 – New Haven, CT Lyman Center
April 3 – Philadelphia, PA @ Merriam Theatre
April 14 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live
April 15 – Tampa, FL @ Louise Lykes Ferguson Hall
April 16 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse
April 18 – New Orleans, LA @ Orpheum Theater
April 19 – Shreveport, LA @ Strand Theatre
April 20 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
April 23 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
April 24 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Farmer’s Market

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