Trevor Noah’s “Off the Record” Tour establishes Him as Next Act.

About a month after he leaves “The Daily Show,” Noah will begin his most recent international stand-up tour.

The Off the Record tour, which the departing Daily Show host refers to as his most recent global tour, is set to kick off on January 20. About a month after he finishes his seven-year run as the face of Comedy Central, he will begin a tour that will take him to 28 American cities.

The Live Nation-produced tour kicks off at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta and features stops in New Orleans, Austin, Texas, Boston, San Francisco, and New York, among other locations. Occasionally, Noah performs longer segments than his Daily Show schedule previously permits.

Noah made the decision to leave The Daily Show in late September, expressing a desire to get back on the road and continue his education and exploration. When the pandemic hit, he remarked, “I spent the first two years in my apartment, not on the road, and when I got back there again, I realised there’s another side of my life that I want to carry on investigating.

Trevor Noah's "Off the Record" Tour establishes Him as Next Act.
Trevor Noah’s “Off the Record” Tour establishes Him as Next Act.

” “I miss expanding my linguistic horizons; I miss performing in foreign nations; I miss visiting everywhere and doing everything.” On December 8, he is expected to formally conclude.

Noah never ceased touring despite a hectic schedule over the past seven years that also kept him confined to New York four days a week. In actuality, he has travelled most weekends, with the exception of the early days of the pandemic. Theaters transformed into arenas during Noah’s tenure on The Daily Show, and he cemented his position as one of the most successful comics currently active by selling out gigs on five different continents.

He has produced several Netflix original specials, the most recent of which, I Wish You Would, debuts on the platform on November 22. In the past, Noah’s stand-up routines have generally avoided political satire, and the new special is no exception.

The South African comedian will perform in other countries as part of the Off the Record tour; however, the dates and locations have not yet been made public.

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