Not sure how this announcement slipped past me, but this is pretty exciting! A couple of days ago, comedian Hasan Minhaj announced some more dates that were being added to his tour - and guess what? MIssoula just happened to be on that list.

If you're not familiar with Hasan Minhaj, he got his start on The Daily Show before he ended up getting his own Netflix series called Patriot Act, which ran for 6 seasons and officially ended in 2020. Now, he's been hitting the road for a tour which is selling out like crazy all over the country, and he'll be making a stop to perform at the Dennison Theatre in Missoula Wednesday, November 17th.

This isn't actually Minhaj's first time in Missoula - he performed at The Wilma back in 2016 on his Homecoming King tour. But he will get the jump on his old Daily Show buddy Trevor Noah, who was supposed to perform at the Adams Center back in 2020 - that show has been pushed to 2022.

For more info about the tour (which is called The Knight's Jester), you can check out Hasan Minhaj's website, which will also link you through to buy tickets for the Missoula show.

We're always talking about the music coming through Missoula, but the comedy lineup is getting pretty stacked, too. I saw Kyle Kinane at the Giggle Box a few months back, and in addition to Trevor Noah in April, Missoula is also getting Steve-O and the Mystery Science Theater 3000 team performing at the Wilma in just a couple of months.

Which of these shows are you most excited to see?

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