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Kevin Hart breaks multiple touring records

The comedian's 'Irresponsible' tour is the biggest and most successful tour of 2018 with over one million tickets sold worldwide

By Molly Long on 04 Jun 2018

Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour

The comedian's tour has broken several records

image © Kevin Hart

The world had big expectations for Kevin Hart’s latest tour, and fans have certainly lived up to expectations, buying tickets for the comedian’s latest show in huge numbers. Last week, it was announced that The Kevin Hart Irresponsible Tour, promoted by Live Nation, has broken multiple records since kicking off in Baltimore, MD in March.

Over one million people have bought tickets to see Hart’s latest venture, making it both the highest selling comedy tour of all time and one of the most successful acts of any tour currently on the road. This massive feat has seen tickets sold over 100 dates across 15 different countries.

“I’m excited to hit this number, bringing me one step closer to the goal of making the world laugh.”

On top of this, Hart is the first US comedian ever get to the 1 million ticket mark in under six months. Speaking about this achievement, Hart himself comments: “I’m excited to hit this number, bringing me one step closer to the goal of making the world laugh.

“The response to my tour has been unbelievable, and I’m honoured to have sold one million tickets…so far!”

As he travels across the world, Hart will make stops in four continents. He will headline venues including London’s O2 and Paris’ Olympia, as well as Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, where he will be the first African American and second comedian to ever headline the venue as a solo act.

The news of his record breaking tour comes after a particularly busy 12 months for the comedian. As well as scripting and performing for his Irresponsible tour, Hart has also filmed for the upcoming comedy film Night School. 

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