Sebastian Maniscalco Stays Hungry With 2019 Tour

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Sebastian Maniscalco performs live at The Stress Factory Comedy Club on March 9, 2013 in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Billboard's inaugural comedian of the year announces new dates for his North American run.

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco has announced new dates for his sellout Stay Hungry tour, continuing through May 18, 2019, with over 30 stops across the U.S.   

Mansicalco is set to receive Billboard's first ever comedian of the year award at the Billboard Live Music Summit + Awards, Nov. 13 & 14 in Beverly Hills. The Chicago native has enjoyed a breakout year that includes sellout performances at venues like the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and beginning 2019 with an astounding four shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. One of comedy's most impressive breakout success stories, Maniscalco has built a loyal following around his live shows and observational comedy that skewers Uber, the scooter craze and other peculiarities we've accepted as modern life.

Tickets and VIP packages will go on sale to the general public on Friday (Oct. 19) at 10 a.m. local time. Maniscalco is also set to return to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Nov. 5 to discuss his upcoming appearances at Madison Square Garden and 2019 tour.

Sebastian Maniscalco 2018-2019 Tour Promo from City Drive Films on Vimeo.

With a string of record-breaking sold-out comedy appearances, a best-selling memoir Stay Hungry (available in paperback Nov. 13), five sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall earlier this year, an appearance in the summer film Tag, a role in Martin Scorsese’s 2019 picture The Irishman and a new Netflix special coming early next year, Maniscalco has had no trouble staying busy lately.

2019 Stay Hungry Tour Dates are below

Jan. 11 -- Portland, Oregon @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall           
Jan. 12 -- Seattle, @ Moore Theatre                         
Jan. 19-20 -- New York @ Madison Square Garden (7 & 10 pm)                               
Jan. 24 -- Cincinnati @ Taft Theatre                                       
Jan. 25 -- Columbus, Ohio @ Palace Theatre      
Jan. 26 -- Cleveland @ Connor Palace                                 
Jan. 31 --  Erie, Pennsylvania @ Warner Theatre 
Feb 1 -- Buffalo, New York @ Shea's Performing Arts Center           
Feb 7 --  Richmond, New York @ Carpenter Theatre                               
Feb 8 -- Washington DC @ MGM National Harbor               
Feb 21 -- South Bend, Indiana @ Morris Performing Arts Center 
Feb 22 -- Rockford, Illinois @ Coronado Performing Ars Center 
Feb 23 -- Peoria, Illinois @ Peoria Civic Center 
Feb 23 -- Hershey, Pennsylvania @ Hershey Theatre 
March 1 -- Pittsburgh @ Heinz Hall  
March 2 -- Bethlehem, Pennsylvania @ Sands                                                 
March 8 -- Salt Lake City @ Eccles Theatre  
March 9 -- Reno @ Grand Sierra Resort   
March 22 -- Denver @ Paramount Theatre  
March 23 --  Kansas City @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
March 28 -- San Antonio @ Tobin Center for the Performing Arts  
March 29 -- Marksville, Louisiana @ Paragon Casino  
March 30 -- Biloxi, Mississippi @ Beau Rivage 
April 5 --  Detroit @ Fox Theatre 
April 6 --  Grand Rapids, Michigan @ DeVos Performance Hall  
April 12 -- Tunica, Mississippi @ Millennium Theater 
April 13 --  Nashville @ TPAC’s James K. Polk Theater
April 14 -- Cedar Rapids, Iowa @ Paramount Theatre   
April 19 -- Des Moines, Iowa @ Hoyt Sherman Place  
April 20 -- Louisville, Kentucky @ Brown Theatre    
May 3 -- Indianapolis @ Egyptian Old National Centre
May 4 -- St Louis @ Stifel Theatre 
May 17 -- San Diego @ Humphrey's Concerts  
May 18 -- Phoenix @ Celebrity Theatre 


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