Hart is making a stop at?Atlanta's Philips Arena on his 100-plus city circuit, "The Irresponsible Tour"? on April 8
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Short in stature yet a giant in the comedy game, Hart was the first comedian to sell out an NFL arena, a feat some NFL teams haven’t seemed to master.
By Olivia Cathcart Wednesday April 4, 2018 05:00 am EDT
Everywhere you look, there’s Kevin Hart. Turn on the TV, open a magazine, open your browser and you’re sure to find the comedian/actor/writer/insert profession here. Short in stature yet a giant in the comedy game, Hart was the first comedian to sell out an NFL arena, a feat some NFL teams haven’t seemed to master. He is sure to sell out Atlanta’s Philips Arena when he comes through on his 100-plus city circuit, “The Irresponsible Tour.” Act quickly if you want to see the man in the flesh instead of on your screens because Hart is only in town for one night.
$43-180. 7 p.m. Sun., April 8. Philips Arena, 1 Philips Dr. www.philipsarena.com.
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