Nick Kroll tour dates announced for 2019 Middle-Aged Boy Tour
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Comedian Nick Kroll will be taking his comedy antics on the road for his aptly titled Middle-Aged Boy Tour in 2019. Kicking-off in mid-September, the tour will hit multiple U.S. cities, including Royal Oak, MI (Tickets). 

Since arriving on the entertainment scene in 2004, Nick Kroll has been able to pile up quite the extensive amount of credits and accolades throughout his lengthy career. The comedian, actor, writer, and producer contributed to one of the greatest comedy sketch shows of this generation in "The Chappelle Show" early in his career which later led him to earn his very own comedy sketch show on Comedy Central entitled "The Kroll Show" (2013-2015). Within the same timeframe of his own sketch show, Kroll also worked as a writer and character on the FX sitcom, "The League," playing the role of Rodney Ruxin. 

As of late, Nick Kroll's talents have shifted as he's found himself playing a huge role as a content creator in the current streaming era of entertainment. The "Oh, Hello on Broadway "star has been bathing in the success of his hit Netflix series, "Big Mouth," where he voices over thirty characters in the animated television series based on his very own childhood. And now, Kroll is taking his talents on the road in his very own live production entitled the Middle-Aged Boy Tour where he will be taking center stage for a night of comedy and laughs amongst his fellowship.

Nick Kroll 2019 Middle-Aged Boy Tour
Sept. 19 – Cleveland, OH – Mimi Ohio Theatre
Sept. 20 – Toronto, ON, CA – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Sept. 21 – Verona, NY – Turning Stone Resort Casino
Sept. 26 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
Sept. 27 – Portland, ME – State Theatre
Sept. 28 – Foxwoods, CT – Fox Theater
Sept. 29 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
Oct. 10 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater
Oct. 11 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre (Tickets)
Oct. 12 – Indianapolis, IN – The Egyptian Room
Oct. 24 – Portland, OR – Newmark Theatre
Oct. 25 – Seattle, WA – The Moore Theatre
Oct. 26 – San Francisco, CA – Sydney Goldstein Theater
Oct. 27 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre
Nov. 8 – Medford, MA – Chevalier Theatre
Nov. 22 – Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre
Nov. 23 – Minneapolis, MN – Pantages Theatre