Comedian Louis CK coming to Phoenix for 3 shows in February
PHOENIX — Louis CK is doing three shows in the Valley in February as part of his first tour since admitting to sexual misconduct in 2017.
The six-time Emmy Award-winning comedian will perform at the Orpheum Theater Feb. 21-23, with each show beginning at 8 p.m. Louis CK will do his routine in Tucson on Feb. 24.
Tickets for each show start at $37.50, and there is a secondary option to purchase tickets for $47.50.
The shows are for mature audiences only. Attendees must either leave their cellphones at home or in the car or lock them in pouches provided at the theater.
Those who violate the policy will be asked to leave the venue.
Louis CK’s tour, which will hit more than 20 cities this year, comes two years after he admitted in a statement to sexual misconduct involving several women.
The fallout led to the canceling of “I Love You Daddy,” a comedy he directed and starred in, and a more than two-year break from consistently performing.
The revelations came as the #MeToo movement was sweeping the nation.
“There is nothing about this that I forgive myself for. And I have to reconcile it with who I am,” Louis CK said in the statement.
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