Daniel Tosh to host the 7th annual 'Tosh Saves the World Charity Show' at the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara
Comedy Central

Love him or hate him, comedy fans cannot deny that Daniel Tosh sure knows how to pack a room only to then fill it with laughter and hilarity. There will be plenty of jokes throughout the night at his 7th annual Tosh Saves the World Charity Show, which will take place at the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, Calif. on Nov. 4.

Announced on Wednesday, the annual fundraiser will feature Tosh and a few “special guests,” as the comedians hope to raise money to go charities which include Make A Wish Foundation, Best Friends, Animal One For Houston Layne and more. In the past Tosh has welcomed his funny friends and colleagues including Bo Burnham, Chelsea Peretti, Hannibal Buress and Kumail Nanjiani to his Saves the World fundraiser, and this year looks to be no different with the special guest list potentially being revealed closer to the event date on early November.

Since emerging in the stand-up comedy scene in the late 1990s, Daniel Tosh has become one of the more well-known jokesters on television. Starting in 2009, riding on the emerging popularity of smartphones and viral videos, Tosh became the host of his own show on Comedy Central titled Tosh.0. The show features the comedian unapologetically making fun of others’ mostly cell phone videos of themselves mostly just doing dumb stuff. It was essentially the long-awaited and a bit more satirical reboot of America's Funniest Home Videos that everyone had been waiting for.

Pre-sale tickets for the event are available now, and can be purchased by clicking here with the password, “TOSH.” General on sale will start on Friday, Sept. 22.