If you missed your chance to see Louis C.K. on the road this year, the comedian is giving you a second chance to see him live.
The 49-year-old performer recently announced the extended dates for his lengthy stand-up tour, which kicked off on October 4 in Chicago. These newly added shows will run throughout the fall and continue into January 2017, and the comedian has promised additional dates to follow the current schedule. The show is promised to include some new material since his last special, which will be a draw for fans who have seen the show already this year.
Tickets to see Louis C.K are sold out on the primary market for many of the extended dates. On the resale market, tickets are currently averaging $368 for all scheduled performances, with his priciest show on track to be his December 14 stop at Madison Square Garden, where tickets are averaging a whopping $549, with the cheapest ticket priced at $95. To compare, the cheapest stop on the trek is on track to be his November 3 stop in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center, where tickets are averaging $125, with the cheapest ticket going for $81, according to data provided by ticket aggregator, TicketIQ.
December 14 is the final stop of Louis C.K.’s current stretch. After the New Year, he will head down to Austin, Texas for four days at Austin City Limits on January 4-7, and is also set to appear for multiple nights in both Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon before wrapping up his currently announced route on January 20.