Where to buy tickets, schedule, prices
Trust us, you recognize David Cross.
Whether you saw him in the rule-breaking ’90s HBO sketch series “Mr. Show,” the cult classic “Arrested Development” or “Men In Black,” the Gen X icon always leaves an impression.
And now you can catch the funnyman (and Blue Man on “Arrested Development”) live on his ongoing “Worst Daddy In The World Tour.”
Along the way, the comic and actor will drop into New York for a handful of stand-up gigs.
First, he’ll perform back to back nights at New York City’s Irving Plaza on June 24 and June 25.
Then, a few months later he’ll crack wise at Huntington’s The Paramount on Sept. 7.
The sweetest part of all though might be how much of a bargain ticket prices are though.
At the time of publication, we found seats at the June 25 Irving Plaza show going for as low as $9 before fees on Vivid Seats.
That’s a true steal.
Plus, Cross will be bringing along some funny pals as well based on the “Extra Special Guests TBA” note on the tour announcement poster he shared on Instagram.
Want to see one of alt-comedy’s most daring acts do his thing live?
Here’s everything you need to know and more about the ‘Worst Daddy In The World Tour.’
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
David Cross 2023 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available for all future shows can be found below.
|David Cross 2023 tour dates||Ticket prices
|May 30 at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, CO||$51|
|May 31 at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO||$16|
|June 2 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City, UT||$50|
|June 3 at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins, CO||$56|
|June 8 at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, VA||$65|
|June 9 at the Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD||$56|
|June 10 at the SHU Community Theatre in Fairfield, CT||$67|
|June 15 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA||$63|
|June 16 at the State Theatre State College in State College, PA||$50|
|June 17 at the Roxian Theatre in McKees Rocks, PA||$36|
|June 22 at The National in Richmond, VA||$54|
|June 24 at Irving Plaza in New York, NY||$23|
|June 25 at Irving Plaza in New York, NY||$9|
|Sept. 6 at the Higher Ground Ballroom in South Burlington, VT||$73|
|Sept. 7 at The Paramount in Huntington, NY||$46|
|Oct, 18 at The Elm in Bozeman, MT||$74|
|Oct. 19 at the Wilma Theatre in Missoula, MT||$54|
|Oct. 20 at the Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane, WA||$65|
|Oct. 21 at the Egyptian Theatre in Boise, ID||$56|
|Oct. 25 at the Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, CA||$91|
|Oct. 26 at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz, CA||$68|
|Oct. 27 at the Lensic Performing Arts Center in Santa Fe, NM||$80|
|Oct. 28 at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson, AZ||$56|
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
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Upcoming David Cross projects
On top of the tour, Cross is staying busy in front of the camera.
The comic actor has four big TV and film projects set for release in the coming months — here’s what to look forward to if you can’t wait to see what Cross has cooking next.
“You Hurt My Feelings” (2023): Cross has a supporting role in Nicole Holofcener’s latest about “a novelist’s longstanding marriage (that) is suddenly upended when she overhears her husband giving his honest reaction to her latest book.” Stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Cross’ wife Amber Tamblyn and comedy ringers Michaela Watkins, Zach Cherry and Spike Einbinder.
“Deal Of A Lifetime” (2023): The comic stars in this short film as a thrifty, cash-strapped neurotic who visits a funeral home to try and negotiate a buy-one-get-one-free deal on burials.
“The Umbrella Academy” (2023): In the fourth season, Cross will appear. For those who aren’t familiar with the Netflix series, it tells the tale of “a family of former child heroes, now grown apart, (who) must reunite to continue to protect the world.”
“Kung Fu Panda 4” (2024): Po continues his adventures in the latest installment of the hit animated franchise. Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, James Hong and Dustin Hoffman round out the star-studded voice cast.
Comedians on tour in 2023
Many edgy, envelope pushing yet silly comics like Cross are on tour this year.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss these next few months.
• Bill Burr
• Tina Fey with Amy Poehler
• Nikki Glaser
• Dave Attell
• Neal Brennan
Who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 51 biggest comics on tour in 2023 here.