Inside Amy Schumer

Amy Schumer is having a good year. (Amy Schumer is having a good life, really.) Her Comedy Central series, Inside Amy Schumer, continues to draw powerful ratings and good reviews, and she recently became the first female comic in history to sell out Madison Square Garden. Presumably operating on the theory that a rolling ball of jokes about sexism, gun culture, and our country’s various celebrity obsessions gathers no moss, Schumer has now announced that she’s embarking on a massive world tour, one that will see her play on three different continents before year’s end.

The roving Schumerthon will kick off in August in Ireland, moving through Europe and then jumping over to the U.S. in September. After making her way across the States, she’ll then spend her December in Australia and New Zealand, where she’ll presumably get to revel in a whole new vocabulary of words for the female anatomy. All told, Schumer’s tour will hit 54 stops, spreading her influence to nine different countries. To celebrate her ever-rising ubiquity, Schumer also released a previously unseen Inside Amy Schumer sketch this week, featuring H. Jon Benjamin as a darkly deadpan personal injury lawyer, broken from years of fighting the legal protections that keep gun manufacturers so ironically safe.

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Inside Amy Schumer

Amy Schumber tour dates 2016:

August 26—3 Arena—Dublin, IR

August 28—Heineken Music Hall—Amsterdam, NL

August 30—Edinburgh Playhouse—Edinburgh, UK

August 31—Hovet—Stockholm, SE

September 1—Oslo Spektrum—Oslo, NO

September 2—Forum Copenhagen—Copenhagen, DK

September 3—O2 Apollo Manchester—Manchester, UK

September 4—The O2 Arena—London, UK

September 15—Vina Robles Amphitheatre—Paso Robles, CA

September 16—Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre—Irvine, CA

September 17—Santa Barbara Bowl—Santa Barbara, CA

September 23—Verizon Center—Washington, DC

September 24—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, PA

September 28—Prudential Center—Newark, NJ

September 29—TD Garden—Boston, MA

September 30—MassMutual Center—Springfield, MA

October 1—Oncenter War Memorial Arena—Syracuse, NY

October 5—Wing Events Center—Kalamazoo, MI

October 6—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, OH

October 7—Joe Louis Arena—Detroit, MI

October 8—BB&T Arena—Highland Heights, KY

October 9—Bankers Life Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, IN

October 12—Legacy Arena At The BJCC—Birmingham, AL

October 13—Savannah Civic Center—Savannah, GA

October 14—FedEx Forum—Memphis, TN

October 15—Philips Arena—Atlanta, GA

October 16—Amalie Arena—Tampa, FL

October 18—Madison Square Garden—New York, NY

October 20—Oracle Arena—Oakland, CA

October 22—Gila River Arena—Glendale, AZ

October 23—The Forum—Inglewood, CA

November 3—Sprint Center—Kansas City, MO

Novemer 5—Bellco Theatre—Denver, CO

November 9—Air Canada Centre—Toronto, ON

November 10—Canadian Tire Centre—Ottawa, QC

November 11—Bell Centre—Montreal, QC

November 12—Royal Farms Arena—Baltimore, MD

November 17—AT&T Center—San Antonio, TX

November 18—Frank Erwin Center—Austin, TX

November 19—Choctaw Casino—Durant, OK

November 20—Toyota Center—Houston, TX

November 25—Allstate Arena—Rosemont, IL

November 26—UIC Pavilion—Chicago, IL

November 29—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, AB

November 30—Rogers Place—Edmonton, AB

December 1—Moda Center—Portland, OR

December 2—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, BC

December 3—Valley View Casino Center—San Diego, CA

December 10—Perth Arena—Perth, AU

December 12—Rod Laver Arena—Melbourne, AU

December 14—Brisbane Entertainment Centre—Brisbane, AU

December 15—Qudos Bank Arena—Sydney, AU

December 17—Vector Arena—Auckland, NZ

December 31—Smoothie King Center—New Orleans, LA

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