Trevor Noah will play four shows in San Francisco
After Trevor Noah declared that he was leaving “The Daily Show,” it seemed like the television host was expected for a vacation. However, before he’s even officially expressed farewell to his Comedy Central show (the last episode is Dec. 8), Noah has declared that he will have a really busy 2023.
This morning, Noah declared that he’ll set out on a national 40-date tour named “Off the Record” beginning in January. The actual tour is a bit unconventional, with Noah requiring weeks and even months off between dates. It starts in Atlanta in January, and he won’t come to the Bay Area until Nov. 30, when he’s set to show up in San Francisco at the Masonic for a four-night run. It is his longest residency of the tour, beside a series of shows in Massachusetts (six in Boston, two in Medford). Tickets go on sale Nov. 18 at 11 a.m.
Noah was last in San Francisco in December 2021, when he performed for two nights at the Chase Center. A few months preceding that performance, Noah had a few choice words for Mayor London Breed with respect to her notorious maskless outing at Tenderloin jazz club the Black Cat.
Albeit these San Francisco dates are over a year away, Noah fans can take comfort realizing that he has a new stand-up special showing up soon. His third Netflix special, following “Afraid of the Dark” and “Son of Patricia,” is named “I Wish You Would” and is scheduled to be released Nov. 22.