Comedian Kevin Hart has added a second night to his upcoming stop through Baltimore next month as part of his “Irresponsible Tour.”
The Philadelphia-born comic will supplement his originally planned March 23 date at Royal Farms Arena with another show on Saturday, March 24, to meet “overwhelming demand,” according to a release. (A spokeswoman for Royal Farms Arena noted in an email that tickets are still available for March 23.)
Tickets for the Saturday show go on sale tomorrow at noon.
The Baltimore dates are the first two stops in Hart’s tour, which spans nine months and more than 100 dates in the United States and overseas.
With any luck, Hart’s jokes will be as entertaining as his recent drunken escapades at Super Bowl LII, where he celebrated with a televised f-bomb and a failed attempt to mosey up to the podium with his hometown team.
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