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Comedians headed to Richmond this fall: Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Brian Posehn

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The big news this fall is comedy.

Richmond is in store for some top notch comedians this fall, starting with Chris Rock's two nights of stand-up in October, Jerry Seinfeld's already sold-out show in December (sorry, "Seinfeld" fans), Brian Posehn from "Mr. Show" at the Sandman and more.

Check out these comedians headed this way to the RVA:


Chris Rock heads to the Altria Theater on Oct. 25-26 for two eagerly anticipated nights of stand-up, following the Will Smith slap at the Oscars.

Ticket sales for Chris Rock's comedy tour "Ego Death World Tour" continue to spike after the comedian was slapped onstage by Academy Award winner Will Smith during the Oscars. The comedy tour kicks off Saturday in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with two shows at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa. Ticket reseller TickPick tweeted about the rise in sales since Sunday night, claiming it "sold more tickets to see Chris Rock overnight than we did in the past month combined." We sold more tickets to see Chris Rock overnight than we did in the past month combined.— TickPick (@TickPick) March 28, 2022  Ticket prices jumped from $46 to at least $340.  The tour is set to make stops in 30 cities. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Chris Rock (@chrisrock)

Jerry Seinfeld performs his latest stand-up routine at the Altria Theater on Dec. 2. Tickets are already sold out.

Bruce Bruce, Sommore, Lavell Crawford and Ali Siddiq bring “The Royal Show” to Altria on Nov. 18. Staten Island, N.Y., comedian Sal Vulcano heads to Dominion Energy Center on Oct. 28. . Comedian Taylor Tomlinson will take the stage at Dominion Energy Center on Nov. 4.

Prolific comedian Brian Posehn, known for his writing on “Mr. Show” and appearing on “The Sarah Silverman Program,” plays The Sandman Comedy Club on Oct. 20-22. Most recently, he’s appeared on the popular Disney+ show “The Mandalorian,” the Netflix show “Lady Dynamite” and FX’s “You’re the Worst.”

At the Funny Bone, D.L. Hughley takes the stage Sept. 16-18, T.J. Miller brings his stand-up show on Dec. 2-3, plus many others.

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Colleen Curran is the living editor for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. She also covers arts and entertainment, pop culture and social media.

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