“Swift” isn’t the only Taylor heading out on tour in 2023.
Ahead of the launch of the “Eras Tour” in March, rising comedian Taylor Tomlinson will tour across North America as part of her 54-show “The Have It All Tour” which runs from January 13 to November 4.
And demand to see the comic with the New York Times “Best Dating Joke of 2022” is also high.
According to Tomlinson’s Instagram, she had to add second, third and fourth shows in a number of cities for the next set of concerts.
Luckily, tickets still seem to be available for all shows.
Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles and Milwaukee are just a few of the main stops on the trek.
While prices for shows usually start between $50 and $70 before fees on Vivid Seats, we were able to find some for as low as $36 before fees.
All prices were found at the time of publication and are subject to fluctuation.
Taylor Tomlinson 2023 Tour Schedule
The 29-year-old comedian may be coming to a city near you in the coming months.
Be sure to check out this full schedule which includes all 54 tour dates, locations, show start times and links to purchase tickets here.
Taylor Tomlinson comedy specials
Tomlinson, who got her first taste of national exposure on the 2015 season of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” has been unusually prolific for a comedian in her 20s.
In 2020, she released her first Netflix special “Quarter-Life Crisis” to near-universal acclaim.
In their review, Decider said, “We’re going to see and hear a lot of Tomlinson in the decade to come, and this hour serves as the perfect introduction.”
Most recently, Tomlinson dropped his 2022 hour “Look At You” on Netflix.
The New York Times aptly described his comedic tools on display in the special saying, “His gift is to make important topics seem airy.”
Want to see the specials now?
Just click here and here.
Plus, we may have a new Taylor Tomlinson movie soon. Now is a better time than ever to jump on the bandwagon so you can say you “knew her before she was huge.”
Comedians on tour in 2023
Legions of funny people will be heading to comedy clubs, theaters, arts centers, amphitheaters and arenas this year.
Here are just five of our favorite can’t-miss acts that you need to see live.
• Jerry Seinfeld
• Sarah Silverman
• Kevin Hart
• Trevor Noah
• Adam Sandler
For those looking even more laughs, check out our list of the 51 greatest comedians on tour in 2023.