DELRAY BEACH – The good news is that one of the hottest comedians in the world is coming to Palm Beach County this week.
The bad news? Anyone who doesn’t already have a ticket is going to have trouble catching his shows.
Starting today, Kevin Hart will perform eight shows across four days at the Palm Beach Improv. All eight of those shows are listed as “sold out.”
That’s quite a way for the PB Improv to launch the comedy new year.
It’s not surprising that Hart tickets are in such demand. After all, Hart’s comedy entertains people of all ages, races and creeds. He’s performed in arenas and stadiums across the world.
Anyone lucky enough to have tickets for any of these shows isn’t likely to want to part with them.
Even though it may be next to impossible at this point to grab a ticket, the Applause Planner simply can’t deny this is the must-see show of the week.
Good luck comedy fans.
Applause Planner – Plan On It
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6
Tim Allen – Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood
On most weeks this would have been the top show. Tim Allen’s been a top-earning comic for decades. His Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor character on Home Improvement was based off Allen’s stand-up comedy routine. He also starred on “Last Man Standing” for nearly a decade. Tickets are $45 for what should be a hilarious night.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7 – SUNDAY, JANUARY 9
Finesse Mitchell – Dania Improv, Dania
Mitchell is a multi-faceted actor, author and stand-up comedian with three one hour comedy specials titled, “Snap Famous,” “One Man Monster,” and “The Spirit Told Me To Tell You” under his belt. In 2003, he joined the cast of Saturday Night Live where he played the memorable “Starrkeisha” and frequently appeared on “Weekend Update” with Seth Myers as Morgan Freeman, 50 Cent and Bobby Brown. In addition to being an SNL Alum, Finesse’s previous television acting credits include NBC’s Kenan, Fox’s Outmatched, ABC’s Splitting Up Together, Showtime’s Roadies, Disney Channel’s A.N.T. Farm (China’s Dad), and TBS Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns. He’s performing five times over three days. Tickets are $22.