Adam Sandler is coming to Harrah's Resort Southern California and he's bringing some of his famous friends with him. Sandler, David Spade, Nick Swardson and Rob Schneider are co-headlining the "Sandy Wexler's Here Comes The Funny Tour" at the Harrah's Resort Southern California Events Center on April 8 at 8 p.m.
The tour is actually a promotional platform for Netflix. Sandy Wexler is the name of the eccentric talent manager that Sandler plays in his upcoming movie, also called "Sandy Wexler," which premieres April 14 exclusively on Netflix. Swardson and Schneider co-star in the project, which also includes Carl Weathers ("Chicago Justice") and Jennifer Hudson ("American Idol"). You can watch the trailer here.
Yet regardless of the why this is an opportunity for comedy fans to see four A-list names bringing back their live comedy routines, all in the same place. That's not likely to happen often. Sandler hasn't released a comedy album since 2004's Shhh...Don't Tell, which only reached the 14th spot on Billboard's Top Comedy Albums Chart. He's been busy making almost two dozen different films, not including "Sandy Wexler."
The rest of his tour mates have been busy in television. Spade currently hosts the TruTV reality series "Fameless" and guest-starred in three episodes of Showtime's "Roadies." Before that he starred in the CBS sitcom "Rules of Engagement" from 2007 to 2013, but fans may not remember that he appeared in Sandler's music video for "Buddy" way back in 1993. Schneider most recently starred in "Real Rob," also for Netflix, and Swardson's last stand-up recording was in 2009.
If you need another reason to go other than having them finally able to return to stand-up, Harrah's Resort Southern California is further sweetening the deal by offering a special travel package for the "Here Comes The Funny Tour." Fans can get two Section C riser tickets and the hotel room of their choice by using this link with promotional code MKASF.
Single show tickets are on sale now from $125 to $245 and can be purchased here. Note that fans are required to be 21 years old or older to attend because of the subject matter included.
If you're not in the Southern California area and can't make this great opportunity, don't fret. AXS is ticketing two of Sandler's other live performances later in April:
For more on Adam Sandler, visit his artist page at AXS.