Comedian Chris Rock will play the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre in Vancouver, B.C., on Sept. 14.
It’s the only Canadian stop for Rock’s Total Blackout Tour.
Tickets for the Vancouver show range from $65 to $150 (plus service charges and fees) and go on sale May 6 at 10 a.m. on Live Nation.
The Vancouver show is part of the second leg of his Total Blackout Tour.
The first leg of the tour, which was the comedian’s first tour in nine years, sold out in cities across the United States.
The second leg of the tour will visit places such as Chicago, Los Angeles and London, U.K.
Fans of the comedian took to Twitter to spread the news about the Canadian stop.
Chris Rock coming to Vancouver in September. pic.twitter.com/A3cRyqWNEU
— Scott Brown 😐 (@BrownieScott) May 1, 2017
Chris Rock in Vancouver? God really tryna keep me broke like I didn't just commit to Kendrick tickets.
— Jay Birch (@ItsBirchum) May 2, 2017
— Riaz Meghji (@RiazMeghji) May 1, 2017
Vancouver, get ready to navigate the parking labyrinth of UBC, Chris Rock coming to Thunderbird Thursday, Sep 14 https://t.co/rmaZDDT18X
— Raj (@BlogTrot) May 1, 2017
@chrisrock, thank you for adding Vancouver, BC! So stoked!
— Morgasm Theory (@morgasmtheory) May 1, 2017