Presale Codes for Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle and “Ego Death” Tour


It’s happening. Two of our greatest living comedians, Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock, are coming together for a comedy tour across the American South and Midwest, sure to be hot tickets that will leave audiences in tears.

Presale codes for Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle

Presales for the tour go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, January 4, and we’ve been told the following presale codes for Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle may work. Details are subject to change, and vary by event date:

Live Nation website presale code: CHEER

Live Nation mobile app presale code: COVERT

Sales for the general public should go on sale this Thursday, January 5. Take note that details, dates and codes are subject to change

Tour dates and details

The tour with the duo will kick off in Oklahoma City, OK with a five night run ending in North Charleston, SC.

Here are the current Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle 2023 Tour dates:

01/20 – Paycom Center – Oklahoma City, OK

01/22 – Enterprise Center – St Louis, MO

01/23 – FedExForum – Memphis, TN

01/25 – Legacy Arena at The BJCC– Birmingham, AL

01/27 – North Charleston Coliseum – North Charleston, SC

The tour comes on the heels of a nine-city tour Rock and Chappelle embarked on back in December.

Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle

Both of the comic legends have been the subject of recent headlines.

Chris Rock perhaps saved the Oscars from a death of boredom and disinterest on behalf of the American public when he was infamously slapped by Will Smith for making jokes about his wife Jada’s hair loss, implying she looked like GI Jane. Will Smith, who won the Best Actor Oscar that night, was later reprimanded by the Academy, receiving a 10-year ban on attending Academy events.

Rock is slated to have a performance on Netflix called Selective Outraged, to be aired live on March 4.

Dave Chappelle stirred plenty of controversy from his last few Netflix specials when some perceived his jokes to be anti-trans. Netflix employees later staged a walkout and protest of his content being on the platform at their Hollywood headquarters, which drew counter protests. During a subsequent performance at the Netflix is a Joke Festival, he was attacked on stage by an attendee, who in turn received a beatdown by Chappelle’s entourage and was prosecuted.

Chappelle recently hosted Saturday Night Live and delivered a 15-minute monologue where he addressed anti-Semitic comments made by Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, garnering uproarious laughter from the audience and some boos online.


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