Back in September, Trevor Noah announce he was leaving Comedy Central’s The Daily Show after 7 years at the helm.
A lot of fans wondered what next for the South African comedian. Well, that question has now been answered as the 38-year-old is set to go on his latest world tour, which he’s calling the Off the Record tour.
Produced by Live Nation, the tour will kick off at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta and then move on to cities like New Orleans, Austin, Texas, Boston, San Francisco and New York. In total, Trevor Noah will be visiting 28 U.S. cities is a little over a month.
A need to be back touring was one of the reasons the comedian stated for stepping down from his role at The Daily Show. A desire to be back on the road, learning and exploring. “I spent two years [of the pandemic] in my apartment, not on the road, and when I got back out there again, I realized that there’s another part of my life that I want to carry on exploring,” he said at the time. “I miss learning other languages, I miss going to other countries and putting on shows, I miss being everywhere and doing everything.”
On October 12, it was announced that his final episode will air on December 8.
Since taking over the show in 2015, Noah has solidified his status as one the most successful comics working. He kept on touring when he could and boasts sold out shows across five continents. He’s also racked up Netflix specials, including his latest, I Wish You Would, coming on Nov. 22.
According to reports, the Off the Record tour will also visit international cities though those dates and destinations have yet to be announced.