Get ready to laugh until your sides hurt because Tim Robinson, the mastermind behind the hilarious sketch comedy show “I Think You Should Leave,” is hitting the road with a live tour! Robinson has announced a series of limited-run tour dates for 2024, bringing his unique brand of comedy to stages across the country.
Kicking off at New York City’s iconic Beacon Theatre on April 2, the tour will make its way through major cities like Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, Houston, Fort Worth, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, and culminate with a grand finale at Los Angeles’s Greek Theatre on May 11. Joined by co-creator Zach Kanin for all dates, Robinson promises a night filled with laughs, surprises, and plenty of memorable moments.
Tickets for the “I Think You Should Leave” tour go on sale Friday, Feb. 9, at 10 a.m. local time, with pre-sales starting Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. Fans can expect an unforgettable experience as Robinson and Kanin, along with special guests, deliver a mix of live improv, comedy, and pre-scripted sketches that capture the essence of the beloved Netflix show.
“I Think You Should Leave,” created by Robinson and Kanin in 2019, has gained a cult following for its off-the-wall humor and distinctive comedic style. The show’s third season, released on Netflix last May, received critical acclaim and earned Robinson an Emmy win for outstanding actor in a short form comedy. With its proudly niche appeal, the series has carved out its place as a one-of-a-kind comedy experience.
While the exact format of the live show remains a mystery, audiences can expect nothing short of hilarity and absurdity as Robinson brings his comedic genius to the stage. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of the show or new to Robinson’s comedic universe, the “I Think You Should Leave” tour promises an evening of non-stop laughter and entertainment.
Don’t miss your chance to experience the comedic brilliance of Tim Robinson live in action. Check out the full list of 2024 tour dates below and secure your tickets for a night of unforgettable comedy.