If there is one comedian with a massive profile in society today, it is actor-comedian Kevin Hart. Over the course of the first decade of the 21st century, Hart has broken into pop culture as a stand-up comedian and actor in a number of Hollywood films. The road to fame was not easily traveled by Hart, who struggled during his early career as a stand-up comedian. Today, Hart is the host and lead participant on the Kevin Hart & Friends Comedy All-Stars Tour. Fans of the comedian get a special treat with the purchase of Kevin Hart tickets, with a surprise guest at the end of each show.
Hart's career began in 2000 in his hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hart first appeared on the stage at Philadelphia's The Laff House using the stage name Lil Kev. That first appearance as a stand-up comedian did not go well for Hart as he was booed off the stage. In fact, several of his early appearances at The Laff House and other venues in Philadelphia ended with Hart getting booed off the stage.
In the early days of his career, Hart had tried to emulate the comedic work of Chris Rock and Chris Tucker. He eventually got his career on the right path by focusing on creating a routine that was unique to him. Drawing inspiration from comedians like Bill Cosby, Eddie Murphy, and Dave Chappelle, Hart began to focus more on a comedic routine that was based upon his own insecurities and life experiences.
As Hart improved his image as a stand-up comedian, he began to land small roles in Hollywood projects. Some of his early movie roles include appearances in Scary Move 3, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Death at a Funeral, Think Like a Man, Think Like a Man Too, and Ride Along. As Hart's profile continued to grow, tickets for his stand-up routines became increasingly popular among fans of stand-up comedy.
Hart has quickly become one of the biggest draws on the tour circuit. His first comedy tour came in 2009. Hart went on three consecutive tours between 2009 and 2011. "I'm a Grown Little Man, "Seriously Funny, and "Laugh at My Pain" helped establish Hart as a crowd favorite. Fans of Hart were purchased so many tickets for his 2013 stand-up routine (filmed for television as well) "Let Me Explain," that Hart grossed over $15 million and became one of the top-selling comedy tours of the year.
This year, fans are purchasing Kevin Hart tickets in droves to catch the comedian live at venues across the country. The shows generally take place over the course of two days and include Hart as the host, famous and up-and-coming comedians, and musical guests as well. Upcoming dates with Kevin Hart Comedy All-Stars tickets still available include his August 22nd shows (8pm and 11pm) at Caesars Atlantic City in New Jersey, and his September 5 th shows (6pm and 9pm) at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For the best prices on Kevin Hart tickets, check out ACtickets.com for deals on a tour stop near you in the coming months.