Chris Rock Tickets

Chris Rock tickets
Chris Rock is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 19.
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Chris Rock tickets are back in 2017. The legendary comic is still acting in comedy movies as well as hosting and making appearances on Saturday Night Live. He returns to the stage for a stand-up comedy tour that should be one of his best. View the "Total Blackout" tour schedule below and find your Chris Rock tickets today.

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Jan 05, 2018
Chris RockFort Lauderdale, FL
Hard Rock Live At The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Chris is Great, Venue (Paramount) Horrible Chris is good enough to overcome the worst service from a venue that I've ever endured in my 35 years of attending events throughout the Bay Area. Drink lines were so long that I could never get a drink (average wait time over 40 min - even through the first 2 acts). Security was ridiculous, taking another 40 min. The phone check was a breeze and had nothing to do with the atrocious Paramount Theatre operations. Opening comics suffered from majority of audience being stuck in lines and frustrated therefrom. I hope to never attend another show at the Paramount again, despite its beautiful decor and being a native Oakland resident.
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun date night Chris Rock was awesome. Everything started pretty much on time, and Chris delivered a great show. He performed longer than I thought he would, which was a plus. My husband was disappointed with some of the racial and political jokes, but I thought it was funny and all in good fun. The only thing I disliked was not being able to bring our phone in at all or having to have it locked up during the show and then unlocked during intermission for use. It was just an annoyance and I hated that we couldn't get a picture at the show. The parking wasn't bad at all with a parking deck right across the street. We arrived early for dinner so we did not have to pay anything for parking but either way I think parking was only $3.00!
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Chris Rock - Black Out It was a great show Chris Rock put on - I gave a 4 b/c: 1. Showtime on ticket was 7pm but only started at 7:35pm (which was good for the people that only showed up at 7:45 but I was in my seat by 7:05) 2. The ushers at this event SUCKED - I mean, you had people during the entire show sitting in someone else's seat & then having to move during the show. I could understand 1-2 but too many to where it seemed like people were getting the wrong info on where to go. 3. The 2nd opening act was "ok"
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Chris was GREAt Chris was great, audio from Chris was excellent. but you only needed one act before him not two. The first comic held his mic to close to is mouth. 2nd comic was much better with his mic. loved my seat...orchestra-L 38 except the guy in front of me would not take off his hat (yes I asked) so please make a new rule NO HATS.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Chris Rock was great Yes Chris Rock was great. My only problem was with my ticket I brought online with Ticket Network. I only took my receipt and not the download, and they don't recognize Ticket Network so I lost $100. But the ticket I got at the Box office was only $65, so lesson learned Clint
Date published: 2017-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome show! This was a fun show full of laughter. Even the opening acts were great and Chris Rock, of course, was outstanding!! I would recommend seeing him!
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous Concert It's was everything I expected and more... I had a freaking great time... laughed til I cried.... he is one of my fave's....#chrisrock
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome show Funny show, kept me laughing and totally into it. Hubby laughed a lot and we got a high five from Chris Rock at the end of the show.
Date published: 2017-03-08
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Chris Rock - Resources

About Chris Rock

When it comes to standup comedy, few demand as much respect as the incredible Chris Rock. Voted the fifth greatest standup comedian of all time by Comedy Central, Rock is admired by his peers and fans alike.

Rock got his break into the comedy business when he was performing in New York in 1984. Performing at New York's Comedy Strip, Chris Rock impressed his audience with his comedy, in particular Eddie Murphy, who at the time was at the top of the comedy world. Murphy gave Chris Rock a small part in Beverly Hills Cop II in 1987, and since then Rock has propelled himself into superstardom. Fans love his movies and television appearances and line up to buy tickets to see his standup comedy specials.

From 1990-1993, Rock was a cast member on the iconic late night television show Saturday Night Live. Playing memorable characters like Nat X and Buster Jenkins, Chris Rock left his indelible mark on the show. His time on SNL was captured when the show released Best of Chris Rock in 1999. After leaving the program, he began his career in film. Starring in such films as Pootie Tang, Down to Earth and Dogma, Chris Rock has become a headliner in the movie industry. His credits include acting, producing, writing and directing.

Chris Rock started as a standup comedian, and he has never forgotten about where he started. In 1996, he starred in his own comedy special for HBO called Bring the Pain. The show nabbed him some hardware, as he won two Emmy Awards for the production. Chris Rock went on to star in two other HBO specials, Bigger and Blacker in 1999 and Never Scared in 2004. He continues to tour and entertain audiences around the world with his unique brand of comedy. Rock also produces and narrates the show Everybody Hates Chris, which is based on his life growing up in New York.