Kevin Hart Coming to Hershey on New Year's Day

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Not many comedians can say they’ve sold out an entire football stadium. In fact, there’s only one who can make that claim.

And when you’re someone like Kevin Hart, the bigger the venue, the grander the show. Right off his sell-out performance at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Sunday, the superstar stand-up has announced several regional shows in December and January on The WHAT NOW? Tour, including a show at the GIANT Center in Hershey on New Year’s Day.

The Philly native is known for his observational comedy and surreal humor, making light of his family problems and growing up on the rough streets of the City of Brotherly Love. He came to the attention of Hollywood with his role as Luke on the cult TV FOX show Undeclared (created by Judd Apatow), and later he went on to star in films like Paper Soldiers, Scary Movie 3 and Little Fockers.

Hart’s already made two appearances in film in 2015 – starring in the Miramax Films production The Wedding Ringer and starring opposite Will Ferrell in Warner Bros. Pictures’ Get Hard. In 2016, Hart will star in Ride Along 2 – the sequel to last year’s $100 million blockbuster hit, and he’s also currently serving as executive producer of the the hit BET reality show Real Husbands of Hollywood.

The WHAT NOW? Tour includes stops at the PPL Center in Allentown on December 29, the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre on December 30, Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on December 31 and the GIANT Center on January 1.

Tickets for the GIANT Center show range between $62.35-$128.35 and go on sale on Friday, September 11 at 12 p.m. on www.HersheyEntertainment.com,Ticketmaster.com or by calling 717-534-3911 or 800-745-3000. For tickets or more information on the tour, go to the website at whatnowtour.com.

 


 

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Michael Yoder has been writing stories at numerous publications for more than a decade. His interests include impersonating Santa Claus, performing stand-up comedy and drawing circular objects. His dream is to win an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Michael is a former features editor for Fly; he left in 2015.

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