Royal Comedy Tour 2013 - 4th annual Royal Comedy Tour 2013
Featuring Sommore, Mark Curry, Tony Rock, Earthquake and Bruce Bruce Kicks off February 2nd in Louisiana
ABOVE PHOTO: Sommore.
Los Angeles, CA -- The longest-running most successful urban comedy tour will again hit stages across America this winter/spring 2013. Kicking off February 2, Super Bowl Weekend in Louisiana, THE ROYAL COMEDY TOUR will celebrate some of the premiere comedians in the country coming together on one stage for a 25-city stand-up tour.
Now in it's fourth year, this year's tour will feature the Queen B of Comedy Sommore, alongside veteran comedians Mark Curry, Bruce Bruce and Earthquake, as well as the comedic styling of Tony Rock. Special guests such as Arnez J., Gary Owen and J. Anthony Brown will appear in select cities. Night after night, these comedians will explore issues such as politics, race, religion, and relationships and turn them inside out and upside down.
Nothing is off limits and audiences have agreed – The Royal Comedy Tour is a comedy show not to be missed.
Since its first run in 2009. The Royal Comedy Tour has consistently delivered laughs and a guaranteed roster of some of the most successful veteran and newer comedic faces in the country. No other urban comedy tour in the country offers the best-known line-up of talent on stage, night after night, city after city.
In the past years, over 300,000 audience members have seen such talent on the Royal Comedy Tour as D.L. Hughley, Sommore, Bruce Bruce and Don "D.C." Curry to Damon Williams, TuRae, Arnez J, Tony Rock, Mark Curry and Earthquake. In 4 short years, the tour has solidified its stamp on the world of urban comedy.
Collectively, Sommore, Mark Curry, Tony Rock, Earthquake and Bruce Bruce have been entertaining millions through their various comedy specials, movie roles, live stand-up appearances and TV shows. The undisputed Queen of Comedy and star of the upcoming comedy special "Chandalier Status", Sommore has been with the tour since show one.
Curry can currently be seen starring opposite Scott Baio in the Nick At Nite sitcom "See Dad Run". Tony Rock is also keeping busy - hosting the newly revamped talent competition "Apollo Live" and as a series regular on season 2 of BET's "Reed Between the Lines." Comedic legends Earthquake and Bruce Bruce, both with
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