Dave Chappelle is extending his stay in Detroit and plans to put the Motor City shows in the Netflix spotlight.
The comedy superstar is adding three additional shows to his stay at the Fillmore Detroit.
That means Chappelle will do an aggregate of seven shows in Detroit. They will be the main live occasions at the scene since the March 2020 pandemic terminations.
The new shows are taking at 7 p.m. Aug. 13, 14 and 15 at the Fillmore Detroit. They’re notwithstanding his previously announced performances: two shows Tuesday and one every Wednesday and Thursday.
Chappelle plans to film four of them — the Aug. 12-15 gigs — for a forthcoming Netflix extraordinary.
Tickets go discounted at 10 a.m. Monday at Ticketmaster.com. All shows are for those 18 and more established. There will be quick COVID-19 testing nearby for participants before they enter the Fillmore Detroit.
Chappelle procured two Emmys last year for his new Netflix satire “Sticks and Stones.” The streaming stage announced in 2017 that his “Dave Chappelle: Collection 1” was the most seen parody uncommon on their site.