Adam Sandler announces US tour dates following 'You Are So Not Invited' film success

The Jewish comedian will take his I Missed You tour to 25 cities


WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 19: Adam Sandler onstage during the 24th Annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor at The Kennedy Center on March 19, 2023 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Adam Sandler has announced a 25-city tour in the United States fresh off the back of his You Are So Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah film success.

The comedian's I Missed You tour will kick off on October 12 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, making stops in Portland, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Memphis, Toronto and more before wrapping up in Denver's Ball Arena on December 12.

The announcement of this run follows the performer's Adam Sandler Live shows, which sold out earlier this year.

Sandler shared information about the forthcoming run with a video on Instagram accompanied by the caption “Let’s have some fun.”

Presale tickets will be available via Live Nation today, before tickets go on general on sale on Friday.

The tour tops off a busy year for Sandler, whose Jewish coming-of-age comedy drama You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah earned him his highest ever rating on film review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes. The film, which Sandler produced and starred in, alongside several family members, is certified 92% "fresh" on the site.

Directed by Sammi Cohen You're So Not Invited chronicles the dramas of two best friends preparing for their bat mitzvahs while navigating teenage life.

Sandler's two daughters, Sunny and Sadie star alongside their father in the film, which also features his wife, Jackie.

Jewish Broadway star Idina Menzel appears in the film too.

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