Are you looking for the perfect holiday gift or making a New Year’s Resolution to laugh more in 2022? Capital One Hall has got you covered with a full slate of comedy coming to Tysons, Virginia next year.
You can catch stand-up comedian, writer, and actor, Fortune Feimster, on the radio, on screens both big and small, and touring her stand-up across the nation with a stop at Capital One Hall on January 9. Feimster’s first one-hour special, Sweet & Salty, is currently streaming on Netflix and was nominated for Best Comedy Special for the Critics’ Choice Awards. Prior to her one-hour special, Netflix released Feimster’s half-hour special in 2018 as part of The Standups, which received rave reviews. She has done late night TV sets on Conan and Late Night With Seth Meyers and has another acclaimed half hour special on Comedy Central.
Russell Peters returns to the global stage with an all new world tour that stops at Capital One Hall for two nights, February 28 and 29. After building his new act in clubs across the United States over the past year, Russell is back with his hilarious take on cancel culture, aging, and the current state of the world. “I was supposed to start this tour in 2020, but then, I’m not sure if you guys heard, but something happened…,” says Peters.
Staten Island native Sal Vulcano is best known for creating and starring in truTV’s long-running hit Impractical Jokers, and for The Misery Index on TBS. In addition to performing as part of The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe to sold-out arenas, Sal founded the No Presh Network in 2020, hosting “Hey Babe!” and “Taste Buds” podcasts. See him live on February 19.
Rob Schneider is an accomplished actor, comedian, screenwriter, and director. A stand-up comic and veteran of the award-winning NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, Schneider has gone on to a successful career in films, television, and continues his worldwide standup tour. The “I Have Issues Tour” stops at Capital One Hall on March 5.
DC native and comedian Whitney Cummings is coming to Capital One Hall on May 20 as part of her “Touch Me” stand-up comedy tour. These live shows will feature Cummings’ signature take on the current culture and the return to touring after the COVID-19 pandemic. “Touch Me” is a play on Cummings most recent Netflix special, Can I Touch It, and will destigmatize and celebrate the importance of being together again after over 14 months of isolation. The beautiful thing about the phrase “Touch Me,” is that it has multiple meanings: the most obvious of course, is physical touch, but there is also being touched emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually, and Cummings will cover it all.
Additional comedy performances include Leanne Morgan (1/8); Demetri Martin (1/14); Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus Live! (2/11); Rodney Carrington (2/12); and David Spade (5/1). For a full list of all upcoming performances, check out capitalonehall.com/events.
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