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Published on April 17, 2024
Kevin Hart Touts Philly Homecoming Finale for "Acting My Age" Tour at The MetSource: Lance Harris, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Philly's comedy king is ready to reign over his realm once more as Kevin Hart announces a victorious return to his hometown stage with the curtain call of his "Acting My Age" stand-up tour on December 4th at The Met Philadelphia. In what's set to be a nostalgic night in the City of Brotherly Love, fans eager to catch the local legend can snag tickets during the presale beginning April 17 at 10 a.m., or join the masses for the general on sale starting April 19 at the same hour, as confirmed by the NBC Philadelphia website.

Hart, an Emmy and Grammy-nominated comedian well-regarded for his sharp wit and relentless humor, is no stranger to accolades, having pocketed the Mark Twain award among others in his illustrious career and now Hart draws the curtain on his latest comedic conquest with a homegrown finale. "Acting My Age" is not only Hart's ninth tour but a departure into a more personal space "this hour is about connecting with the audience and feeding off the crowd's energy and laughter," Hart said in a statement obtained by NBC Philadelphia, promising an evening rippling with shared glee and intimate asides.

VIP tickets are also promised to be in the offing, though only in limited quantities as per the release by Patch, ensuring some fans will grab the golden ticket to be up close with Hart's comedic genius. These select tickets will be available across various tour stops, nonetheless, Philadelphia's own get the special treatment, witnessing the tour's swan song in their backyard.

Meanwhile, embracing the growing trend of device-free experiences during live shows, event organizers have thrown down the gauntlet on phone use because, upon arrival, attendees will be entrusted with pouches where their phones must remain captive until post-performance – a bold move ensuring the audience's undivided attention is on Hart's humor, rather than their screens, the news was shared by PHL17. So, for those hunting for tickets, circle your calendars and prepare to be part of what's shaping up to be a Philly night to remember, one where laughter is guaranteed and scrolling is strictly taboo.