Comedian Dave Chappelle announces 10-show residency at Radio City Music Hall

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The comic is now back with not one, but two stand up specials releasing on Netflix as part of a three-show deal Chappelle inked with the streaming giant last fall.

NEW YORK — Dave Chappelle is taking the stage with a little help from some of his fellow comedians and a few musicians who have appeared on his famous Comedy Central show.

The comedian will kick off a 10-show residency at Radio City Music Hall starting August 1 that will run through August 24.

Chappelle has enlisted Chris Rock, Trevor Noah, Donald Glover, Childish Gambino, Erykah Badu, and Ali Wong as special guests. The Roots will also perform during his first four nights.

Chappelle has remained relatively out of the spotlight since his enormous success with his Comedy Central show, “Chappelle’s Show” which ran from 2003 to 2006.

The comedian in March released two Netflix stand-up specials: “Deep in the Heart of Texas” and “The Age of Spin.”

Ticket’s for Chappelle’s NYC shows go on sale Friday.

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