Chris Rock – The Total Blackout Tour
You’ll want to book these tickets early! But if you need a laugh or cheering up, then you won’t want to miss this guy!
Grammy and Emmy Award winning comedian, actor, director, writer and producer, Chris Rock, will return to New Zealand as part of his highly anticipated all-new tour THE TOTAL BLACKOUT TOUR 2017.
This is the acclaimed comedian’s first tour in over 9 years, and it comes to Auckland’s Vector Arena on Saturday 1 July, after completing a multiple arena tour of Australia.
THE TOTAL BLACKOUT TOUR 2017 is currently touring the US to rave reviews with The New York Times praising it as a “compelling” show and The Chicago Tribune calling it “remarkable, fascinating, sad and hilarious, all at once”. The Star Tribune declares Chris Rock to be “one of the sharpest, most polished performers of his generation”, with the Journal Sentinel asserting that “Chris Rock’s ‘Total Blackout’ tour is a brilliant, timely show” and “is the best set of Rock’s career”.
Paul Dainty, President and CEO of TEG Dainty promoted Rock’s 2008 tour of Australasia said today “Chris Rock fans are in for a night of spectacular comedy, Chris is one of the greatest comedians of our time and I am delighted he is touring Australia and New Zealand again.”
Tickets for the New Zealand show will go on sale at 10am local time on Friday 31 March.
CHRIS ROCK – THE TOTAL BLACKOUT TOUR 2017 AUCKLAND
Saturday 1 July 2017 – Vector Arena – www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 0800 111 999
Ticket prices start from *$69.90 and go on sale at 10am (local time) Friday 31 March.
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Lauded by peers and critics alike, Chris Rock is one of our generation’s strongest comedic voices. As an actor, director, producer and writer he has created many memorable moments.
Rock returned in 2016 to host the 88 th Annual Academy Awards. In the past year, he has directed HBO’s comedy special “Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo.”