Comedian and ‘The Daily Show’ Host Trevor Noah Returns To Louisville With February Show At The Louisville Palace

Trevor Noah is coming back to Louisville. He starts his tour on Jan. 20 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, then swings through Louisville on Feb. 10. Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday at 11 a.m. (Purchase Tickets HERE.)

In addition to his new tour, Noah will debut a new comedy special on Netflix called, “I Wish You Would” on Nov. 22. 

Trevor Noah is best known for his Emmy Award-winning work on the “The Daily Show,” where he’s taken the original concept of its former host Jon Stewart and expanded it to producing social and digital content, podcasts and more. This year alone, “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” received seven Emmy Award nominations.

Trevor Noah
More about Trevor Noah, (from the release): 

“Trevor is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller “Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood” and its young readers adaptation, released in 2019, “It’s Trevor Noah: Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood,” which also debuted as a New York Times bestseller. The Audible edition of “Born a Crime,” performed by Trevor, was produced by Audible and remains one of the top-selling, highest-rated, and most-commented-on Audible performances of all time. To date, “Born a Crime” has sold over 3 million copies across all formats.

 Trevor’s production company, Day Zero Productions, a joint venture between Paramount Global and Trevor Noah, develops and produces diverse, high-quality creative content for a global audience. With projects set up both within the Paramount Global family, as well as at other studios, streamers, and live platforms, Day Zero focuses on entertaining and impactful content, with an eye toward authentic stories from diverse points of view.

In 2018, Noah launched the Trevor Noah Foundation to improve equitable access to quality education for underserved youth in South Africa. Noah’s vision is a world where education enables youth to dream, see and build the impossible.”

Noah has also supported local non-profit Change Today, Change Tomorrow when he helped fundraising efforts for the organization.


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