David Cross Plots First Stand-Up Comedy Tour in Six Years

Comedian's expansive "Making America Great Again!" trek kicks off late January

David Cross will hit the road for the first time in six years, announcing his expansive "Making America Great Again!" stand-up comedy tour Credit: C. Taylor Crothers/Getty

Actor and comedian David Cross will embark on his first stand-up comedy tour in six years, starting January 26th at the Observatory North Park in San Diego.

The Arrested Development and Mr. Show star announced his plans on The Daily Show Monday before posting his complete tour itinerary to Facebook on Tuesday. Tickets for the expertly dubbed "Making America Great Again!" tour are available to purchase via the trek's website. A complete list of dates is below.

On Facebook, Cross expressed how excited he was to be hitting the road again, and offered this explanation for his six-year absence: "I was very busy writing for The View, but now that the kids are off to college, my wife's regiment has been transferred to McMurdo Station in the South Pole, and I'm near completion on Fallout 4, it's time to start up the bus and bring my patented, fart-inducing laugh winces to a town near you."

Cross has in fact been very busy in recent years, though not for those exact reasons. Notably, the comedian reprised his role as Tobias Fünke — the world's first analyst/therapist — in the 2013 Arrested Development reboot, while last year he reunited with his Mr. Show cohort Bob Odenkirk for a four-episode sketch series on Netflix, With Bob and David.

Alongside bit roles on shows like Modern Family, Archer and Rick and Morty, Cross also starred in the cult comedy, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret. That show returns to IFC for its third seasons January 7th.

"Making America Great Again!" Tour Dates
January 26 — San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park
January 27 – Claremont, CA @ Pomona College – Bridges Auditorium
January 28 – San Francisco, CA @ Davies Symphony Hall
January 29 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel
January 30 – Monterey, CA @ Golden State Theater
January 31 – Santa Rosa, CA @ Wells Fargo Theatre
February 2 – JFL Vancouver, Vogue Theatre
February 3 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre
February 4 – Spokane, WA @ Bing Crosby Theatre (Knitting Factory Presents)
February 5 – Portland, OR @ Aladdin Theatre
February 6 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
February 12 – Madison, WI @ Orpheum
February 14 – Royal Oak, MI @ Music Hall
February 16 – Columbus, OH @ Capitol Theatre
February 17 – Cleveland, OH @ Masonic
February 18 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Hall
February 19 – Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
February 21 – Richmond, VA @ Carpenter Center
February 23 – Charlotte, NC @ Knight Center
February 24 – Durham, NC @ Carolina Theater
February 25 – Charleston, SC @ Galliard Theatre
February 26 – Nashville, TN @ Polk Theatre
February 27 – Louisville, KY @ Brown Theater
February 28 – Atlanta, GA @ Atlanta Symphony Hall
March 8 – Denver, CO @ Paramount (JP)
March 9 – Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theatre
March 10 – Lincoln, NE @ Rococo Theatre
March 11 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland
March 12 – Minneapolis, MN @ Skyway Theatre
March 13 – St. Paul, MN @ Fitzgerald
March 15 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theatre
March 16 – Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre
March 19 – Buffalo, NY @ UB Center for Arts
March 20 – Troy, NY @ Troy Music Hall
March 22 – Englewood, NJ @ Bergen Pac
March 23 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Theatre
March 26 – Mashantucket, CT @ Fox Theater
March 27 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theater
March 29 – Boston, MA @ Wilbur Theater
March 30 – South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
March 31 – Northampton, MA @ Calvin Theatre
April 1 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre
April 2 – New Haven, CT Lyman Center
April 3 – Philadelphia, PA @ Merriam Theatre
April 14 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live
April 15 – Tampa, FL @ Louise Lykes Ferguson Hall
April 16 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse
April 18 – New Orleans, LA @ Orpheum Theater
April 19 – Shreveport, LA @ Strand Theatre
April 20 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
April 23 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
April 24 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Farmer’s Market