Kevin Hart 2015 World Tour Dates Announced For 'What Now' Tour, See Full North American List

2:37 PM EST 2/18/2015 by Tam Woods, Celebeat Reporter

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Kevin Hart announced the dates for his upcoming 2015 What Now World Tour dates. The tour launches on April 9 in San Antonio, Texas and wraps up on August 30th in Philadelphia. 

"I'm about to make history," he boasts to Seacrest. "I'm doing a world comedy tour with all arenas and stadiums. I'm about to be the first comedian to perform in a NFL stadium, as well as arenas, on this tour. When I say I'm going everywhere, I mean everywhere. Wherever people live that love to laugh is where I'm going."

Tickets for the What Now Tour go on sale on February 20. Kevin will be announcing the dates for his international stops soon. For all the information, head to

Before the tour kicks off, Hart was asked by Comedy Central to be the 'roast master' for their Roast of Justin Bieber on March 30th. "He's 100 percent nervous," joked the comedian to Ryan Seacrest. "It's not even a half-question. He's like, 'Hey so Kev, you're going to take it easy, right?' And I said, 'Absolutely not.'"

Hart is known for his movies such as Ride Along, Think Like a Man, and The Wedding Ringer. His new movie with Will Ferrell, Get Hard, releases on March 27. 

Kevin Hart 2015 What Now Tour Dates:

4/9 - San Antonio -AT&T Center

4/10 - Little Rock -Verizon Arena

4/11 - Oklahoma City -Chesapeake Energy Arena

4/17 - Buffalo -First Niagara Center

4/18 -Uncasville, CT- Mohegan Sun Arena

4/19 - Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena

4/24 - Orlando -Amway Center

4/25 - Jacksonville -Jacksonville Arena

4/26 - Birmingham -BJCC Arena

5/1 - Raleigh -PNC Arena

5/2 - Charlotte -Time Warner Cable Arena

5/3 - Richmond -Richmond Coliseum

5/8 - Tampa -Amalie Arena

5/9 - Miami -American Airlines Arena

5/15 - Minneapolis -Target Center

5/16 - Detroit -Palace of Auburn Hills

5/23- Las Vegas- Mandalay Bay Arena

6/5 - Boston, MA - TD Garden

6/6 - Baltimore -Royal Farms Arena

6/12 - Atlanta -Philips Arena

6/14 - Augusta -James Brown Arena

6/19 - Indianapolis -Bankers Life Fieldhouse

6/20 - Cincinnati -US Bank Arena

6/21 - Cleveland -Quicken Loans Arena

6/25 - Los Angeles- Staples Center- (BET Experience)

7/2- New Orleans, LA- Superdome (Essence Music Festival)

7/3 - Memphis, TN - FedEx Forum

7/7 - New York -MSG Arena

7/11 - Newark -Prudential Center

7/16 - San Jose -SAP

7/17 - Sacramento -Sleep Train Arena

7/18 - Oakland -Oracle Arena

7/24 - Montreal - Bell Centre

7/30 - Chicago -United Center

8/1 - Toronto -Air Canada Centre

8/6 - DC -Verizon Center

8/14 - Dallas -American Airlines Center

8/15 - Houston -Toyota Center

8/20 - Louisville -KFC Yum Center

8/21 - St Louis -Scottrade Center

8/22 - Kansas City -Sprint Center

8/26 - Syracuse -OnCenter War Memorial Arena

8/27 - Albany -Times Union Center

8/28 - Wantagh - Nikon at Jones Beach Theater

8/30 - Philadelphia -Lincoln Financial Field

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