Dave Chappelle announces stand-up comedy tour of Australia – but fans are upset he’s skipping one major city

Dave Chappelle has announced he will tour Australia next year, but some fans are annoyed that he won’t be performing in Adelaide.

The comedian, 49, will be visiting Perth, Wollongong, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in February 2023. He doesn’t have any dates booked in South Australia.

Taking to the comments section of Live Nation Australia’s Instagram page, Adelaide locals raged at being left out ‘once again’.

Dave Chappelle (pictured) has announced he will tour Australia next year, but some fans are annoyed that he won't be performing in Adelaide

Dave Chappelle (pictured) has announced he will tour Australia next year, but some fans are annoyed that he won’t be performing in Adelaide 

‘Aaaaand once again no Adelaide,’ one fan commented, while another added: ‘Adelaide right?’

A third said, ‘Again no Adelaide,’ to which someone else replied: ‘What’s Adelaide?’

Another suggested there weren’t enough dates on Chappelle’s tour, saying: ‘Surely a few more cities and venues can be added for the G.O.A.T [Greatest of All Time].’

The American comedian, 49, will be visiting Perth, Wollongong, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in February 2023. He doesn't have any dates booked in South Australia

The American comedian, 49, will be visiting Perth, Wollongong, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in February 2023. He doesn’t have any dates booked in South Australia 

The My Live Nation Presale for Chappelle’s tour begins on Thursday at 11am.

He will begin his 2023 shows at the RAC Arena in Perth on February 2.

From there he’ll fly across to Sydney for a gig at Qudos Bank Arena on February 5, before performing at the WIN Entertainment Centre in Wollongong on February 8.

Taking to the comments section of Live Nation Australia's Instagram page, Adelaide locals raged at being left out 'once again'

Taking to the comments section of Live Nation Australia’s Instagram page, Adelaide locals raged at being left out ‘once again’ 

He’ll then play Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on February 11 before flying back up to Brisbane to finish off his tour at the Entertainment Centre on February 15. 

It comes just a day after Elon Musk was met with a chorus of boos when he was introduced as a surprise guest during one of Chappelle’s gigs in San Francisco.

The billionaire businessman appeared shocked at the hostile reception in Twitter’s headquarter city and remained mostly silent on stage, asking the comedian: ‘What should I say?’

Another suggested there weren't enough dates on Chappelle's tour, saying: 'Surely a few more cities and venues can be added for the G.O.A.T [Greatest of All Time]'

Another suggested there weren’t enough dates on Chappelle’s tour, saying: ‘Surely a few more cities and venues can be added for the G.O.A.T [Greatest of All Time]’ 

Dates and venues for Chappelle's 2023 tour are seen here

Dates and venues for Chappelle’s 2023 tour are seen here

At one point Chappelle joked: ‘It sounds like some of the people you fired are in the audience.’

Footage circulated on Twitter of the embarrassing moment for Musk, who in his brief stint as the company’s CEO has fired much of its workforce, lifted Donald Trump’s ban and released the controversial ‘Twitter Files’.

Shortly after the video was shared and it started to gain traction, the account that posted it mysteriously disappeared from the site.

It comes just a day after Elon Musk (pictured) was met with a chorus of boos when he was introduced as a surprise guest during one of Chappelle's gigs in San Francisco

It comes just a day after Elon Musk (pictured) was met with a chorus of boos when he was introduced as a surprise guest during one of Chappelle’s gigs in San Francisco

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