Adam Sandler adds two Northern California dates to sold-out tour – SF Chronicle Datebook

Adam Sandler adds two Northern California dates to sold-out tour – SF Chronicle Datebook

Adam Sandler has extended his sold-out 2022 stand-up tour with seven new dates, including a stop at Chase Center in San Francisco on Dec. 6 and Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on Dec. 7.
Sandler’s fall North American tour kicks off on Oct. 21 in Allentown, Penn., and includes stops in Boston and Tampa, Fla., among several other cities. Tickets for the new local dates are on sale to the general public starting at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17, via ticketmaster.com.
The actor, comedian and former “Saturday Night Live” star released his first concert special in more than two decades, “100% Fresh,” on Netflix in 2018. Overall, Sandler’s films — encompassing everything from the slapstick “Billy Madison” to the critically acclaimed “Uncut Gems” — have grossed more than $3 billion worldwide and turned him into one of the streaming service’s hottest commodities.
His latest film, “Hustle,” portrays him as an aging NBA scout, so the home of the Golden State Warriors should be the perfect spot to catch his new material.
JUST ANNOUNCED: @AdamSandler is bringing his tour LIVE to Chase Center on Dec. 6!
Tickets go on sale this Monday, Oct. 17 at 10 AM. @chase cardholders get advanced ticket access tomorrow beginning at 10 AM » https://t.co/IgXmHiTguL pic.twitter.com/ys6IMXRQC1
— Chase Center (@ChaseCenter) October 14, 2022

Sandler, 56, recently opened up about his ambition in a rare interview with AARP.
“I’m just amazed people have trusted me as long as they have in this business, and given me shot after shot. Because it would suck to do something else,” he said. “When I gave an NYU commencement speech recently, I told them I couldn’t be an investment banker. I can’t even find my wallet three times a week. Heart surgeon? I can’t watch my dog throw up without throwing up. Lawyer? I can’t even win an argument with my 13-year-old. Maybe at some point, I’ll figure out how to do something else, or maybe nothing else. Until then, you’re just gonna have to deal with me.”
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