On Wednesday, the comedian updated the Tickets section of his website with dates for several shows across the United States starting next week, and abroad next year.
The new tour kicks off Aug. 13, with two nights at New York City's Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, and continues through December with other shows in New York, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Washington, California, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Missouri, Minnesota, Oregon, Michigan, Ohio and Massachusetts.
Next year, the comedian plans to head to Europe, performing in Ukraine in February and in Romania, Denmark and Germany in March.
The tour includes a combination of new stops and shows that were previously scheduled but postponed by the coronavirus pandemic.
USA TODAY has reached out to the comedian for comment and further details.
In April 2020, C.K. addressed the #MeToo allegations in a stand-up special available for purchase on his website, his first since his career imploded following a 2017 New York Times investigation detailing sexual harassment complaints about the comedian. Most involved him masturbating in the presence of women he knew professionally. Some of the women said they feared their careers would suffer if they discussed the incidents, which took place more than a decade ago.
Greeted by the Washington, D.C., audience with a standing ovation, C.K. said he learned "a lot," elaborating that the experience taught him how to be able to eat alone in a restaurant with angry onlookers.
"When you get in trouble, you learn who your real friends are," he said. "People like saying that like it's a good thing. Who the (expletive) wants to know who their real friends are?... It's never who you want it to be. It's not your cool friends and it's not your fun friends."
After the Times report, Louis C.K. released a statement, acknowledging “these stories are true." He admitted abusing his power over others and causing them pain but did not publicly apologize.
The revelations, which came at the height of the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse in the workplace, led to the cancellation of the comedian's FX series "Louie," his removal as producer of the network's "Better Things" and the scrapping of his feature-length film “I Love You, Daddy” shortly before its release.
The comedian vowed to “step back and take a long time to listen,” but returned to the stage less than a year later, touring in the U.S. and around the world with several sold-out shows.
Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff
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