Adam Sandler Launches “I Missed You” Comedy Tour With 2 Canadian Shows

Adam Sandler is hitting the road and he’s hoping to make stadiums across Canada and the United States burst into laughter along the way.

The beloved comedian, 57, announced the launch of his new stand-up show, titled “I Missed You Tour,” on Wednesday.

The production will see Sandler travel to 25 cities across North America from October to December.

Canadian fans, there’s no need to worry. Sandler also included two shows north of the border – in Toronto and Vancouver.

“Let’s have fun,” Sandler wrote on Instagram, alongside a trailer for the tour.

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THE I Missed You Tour will kick off at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on October 12.

After what’s sure to be two months of laughs (and lots of awesome Hawaiian shirts), the tour wraps up on December 12 at Denver’s Ball Arena.

Tickets for the touring show will go on sale to the general public via Ticketmaster on Friday, September 15. Sales for the Toronto and Vancouver shows are scheduled to begin at noon local time.

Sandler has been busy this year, and not just with basketball games. The actor recently starred alongside Jennifer Aniston in the Netflix series. Murder Mystery 2, which was released in March.

He also joined his real-life daughters Sunny Sandler, 14, Sadie Sandler, 17, and wife Jackie Sandler in the new Netflix comedy. So you are not invited to my Bat Mitzvah. The film is already one of Sandler’s most beloved works and boasts an impressive 92 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

THE Uncut gemstones The actor’s most recent and beloved tour, Adam Sandler LIVE, wrapped up in April.

The full I Missed You Tour schedule is below:

October 12 | Vancouver, British Columbia | Rogers Arena

October 13 | Seattle, Washington | Climate Commitments Arena

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October 14 | Portland, Oregon | Veterans Memorial Coliseum

October 15 | Nampa, Idaho | Ford Idaho Center Arena

October 16 | Spokane, Washington | Spokane Arena

October 18 | San Jose, California | SAP Center in San Jose

October 19 | Stateline, Nevada | Tahoe Blue Events Center

October 20 | Fresno, California | Save the mall

October 21 | Palm Desert, California | Acrisure Arena

October 23 | Anaheim, California | Honda Center

November 7 | Toronto, Ontario. | Scotiabank Arena

November 8 | Rochester, New York | Blue Cross Arena

November 9 | Washington, DC | Capital One Arena

November 11 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin | Fiserv Forum

November 12 | Minneapolis, Minnesota | Target center

November 13 | Des Moines, IA | Wells Fargo Arena

November 15 | Indianapolis, Indiana | Gainbridge Pavilion

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November 16 | Memphis, Tennessee | FedEx Forum

December 2 | Las Vegas, Nevada | Michelob ULTRA Arena

December 3 | Salt Lake City, UT | Delta Center

December 7 | San Antonio, TX | AT&T Center

December 8 | Thackerville, OK | WinStar Casino

December 9 | Oklahoma City, OK | Paycom Center

December 10 | Wichita, Kan. | INTRUST banking arena

December 12 | Denver, Colonel | Ball Arena

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