Adam Sandler to perform at Footprint Center in Phoenix as part of standup comedy tour

Oct 18, 2022, 11:08 AM | Updated: 11:30 am
(Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Netflix)...
(Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Netflix)
(Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Netflix)

PHOENIX — Phoenix was one of the cities Adam Sandler recently added to his standup comedy tour that kicks off this week.

The comedian/actor will perform Dec. 11 at Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix, which will serve as the finale of a 22-date lineup that begins Thursday in Connecticut.

The tour date was announced Friday and tickets are already on sale for the Phoenix stop.

The tour date will feature a surprise guest.

Sandler last toured in 2019. “100% Fresher” had 18 dates and was a spinoff of a 2018 Netflix standup special.

The actor, best known for flicks such as “Happy Gilmore,” “Billy Madison” and “The Waterboy” has kept busy in the past few years.

His most recent movie venture, “Hustle,” came out in June and “Uncut Gems” hit theaters in 2019. has Sandler performing just once previously in the Valley — July 1996 at Mesa Amphitheatre.

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Adam Sandler to perform at Footprint Center in Phoenix as part of standup comedy tour