Leslie Jones has 12 shows in 2023. Here’s where you can catch her live

From Jan. 17-19, comedian Leslie Jones made headlines hosting Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.”

In a now-viral clip, the former “Saturday Night Live” cast member questioned the new statue of Martin Luther King Jr. unveiled at Boston Commons.

His take on unconventional design was NSFW to say the least.

And now that her three-day stint as a guest host for “The Daily Show,” you can catch her live on stage.

Jones is set to conduct a short tour she calls “Leslie Jones: Live” from January 28 to June 15.

Along the way, she’ll stop at Atlantic City’s Sound Waves at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on March 11 and Red Bank’s Hackensack Meridian Health Theater on June 16.

Still not sold?

We’re happy to report that select tickets to see the unique “Ghostbuster” can be found for as little as $51 before fees on Vivid Seats at the time of publication.

It’s practically a steal considering you’ll get to see the comic that The New York Times called “a force of nature, the work of raw charisma, and a whirlwind of energy.”

Additionally, on all dates, she will be joined by comedian and “Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore’s” Lenny Marcus.

Want to join in the loud fun?

Here’s everything you need to know.

Leslie Jones 2023 Tour Schedule

A full schedule including all of Leslie Jones’ upcoming tour dates, locations, show start times and links to purchase tickets can be found below.

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March 10 at the National in Richmond, VA $55
March 11 at Sound Waves at the Hard Rock Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ $93
March 24 at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Royal Oak, MI $74
March 25 at the Agora Theater in Cleveland, OH $70
May 12 at the Tampa Theater in Tampa, FL $99
May 13 at Lillian S. Wells Hall in Fort Lauderdale, FL $51
May 26 at Virgin Hotels Theater in Las Vegas, NV $54
June 2 at the Carolina Theater (Fletcher Hall) in Durham, NC $84
June 3 at Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC $58
June 15 at the Wilbur Theater in Boston, MA $54
June 16 at Hackensack Meridian Health Theater in Red Bank, NJ $57
June 25 at the Murat Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN $58

(Note: The New York Post has confirmed all prices above at time of publication. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout..)

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Leslie Jones on “The Daily Show”

From Jan. 17-19, 55-year-old Jones brought her uncompromising and hardcore perspective to the office where she slammed Stephen A. Smith for saying “Rihanna isn’t Beyonce,” George Santos and the Ban on TikTok in college.

If you want to catch his hot takes, brutal honesty, and hilariously hardened wisdom for yourself, check out his 12-minute monologue from the January 19 episode below.

Leslie Jones Comedy Specials

Although Jones has been performing since 1987, she has only released two specials during her career.

His first, the 2010 Showtime special “Leslie Jones: Problem Child” can be streamed on Amazon Prime.

Most recently, Jones recruited “Game of Thrones” show runners David Benioff and DB Weiss to direct his second “Time Machine” special.

Decider said “giving Jones an hour or more in the spotlight gives her the opportunity to shine in a way she never could on ‘SNL'”.

Want to see? You can check out “Time Machine” here.

Opening act for Leslie Jones

At all shows, Jones will be joined by New York comedian Lenny Marcus.

Marcus, known for his “The Fckry” podcast with Leslie Jones as well as his appearances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and The Late Show with David Letterman, often works with Jones.

He co-wrote his “Time Machine” special and works and produces “Supermarket Sweep,” which Jones hosts.

You can see his acerbic stand below.

Leslie Jones Podcast

Jones has hosted “The Fckry” weekly podcast with Marcus since August 2022.

Over the past five months, the two have brought comics like Seth Meyers, Jay Pharoah, Fortune Feimster, Judy Gold, and Zarna Garg.

All 25 episodes, which are usually an hour long, can be heard here.

Comedians on tour in 2023

While not every comic book can put on a show like Jones, there are a number of mega stars who will be bringing their strongest punches to the United States this year.

• Jerry Seinfeld

• Katt Williams

• Sarah Silverman

• Steve Martin and Martin Short

• Kevin Hart

Want more comedy? You are lucky. Here’s our list of the 51 biggest comics on tour in 2023.

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