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Chris Rock just announced a stand-up tour for the first time in nine years. The tour, which will kick off in Durham, North Carolina, on Feb. 14, 2017, will be called Total Blackout.

The 51-year-old comedian took to Facebook Live on Dec. 5 to officially declare his return to the stage. "I'm going on tour, I'm coming to your town, I've got all-new material, I can't wait to see you," he says in the video.

The tour announcement comes just a few months after it was confirmed that Rock will be starring in two upcoming Netflix specials, the first he has done since 2008. Since taking some time off from stand-up, Rock has written, starred in and directed the 2014 film Top Five. He also directed the 2015 HBO special Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo, hosted the 2016 Oscars and guest starred on a season three episode of Empire. Rock most recently appeared as a surprise guest on a Saturday Night Live Election night skit with Dave Chappelle.

Total Blackout tour tickets

Now fans of the comedian can see him in person. Total Blackout tour tickets are available on Live Nation and Ticketmaster. Pre-sales begin Wednesday, Dec. 7, but regular tickets will go live starting Dec. 9. Ticket prices range from $47.50 to $159 depending on the arena and location.

Total Blackout tour dates

Visit Chris Rock's official website for the full and most up-to-date list of tour dates. Note that all dates and locations are subject to change. 

Feb. 14: Durham, North Carolina — Durham Performing Arts Center
Feb. 16: Cincinnati — Aronoff Center
Feb. 18: Columbus, Ohio — Palace Theatre
Feb. 21: Niagara Falls, Ontario — Fallsview Casino Resort
Feb. 22: Niagara Falls, Ontario — Fallsview Casino Resort
Feb. 23: Niagara Falls, Ontario — Fallsview Casino Resort
Feb. 24: Reno, Nevada — Reno Events Center
Feb. 25: Phoenix — Comerica Theatre
March 3: Denver — Bellco Theatre
March 5: Richmond, Virginia — Altria Theater
March 10: Minneapolis — Orpheum Theatre
March 24: Birmingham, Alabama — BJCC Concert Hall
March 25: New Orleans — Saenger Theatre
March 29: Hollywood, Florida — Seminole Hard Rock Casino
April 6: Tulsa, Oklahoma — Paradise Cove Casino
April 7: Thackerville, Oklahoma — WinStar World Casino
April 8: St. Louis — Peabody Opera House
April 14: Tampa, Florida — Tampa Performing Arts Center
April 19: Cleveland — State Theatre
April 22: Uncasville, Connecticut — Mohegan Sun Casino
April 28: Detroit — Fox Theatre
May 3: Indianapolis — Murat Theatre
May 13: Sugar Land, Texas — Smart Financial Centre
May 14: Austin, Texas — Bass Concert Hall
May 17: Pittsburgh — Benedum Center
May 25: Cherokee, North Carolina — Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort Event Centre
May 26: Atlanta — Fox Theatre
June 3: Atlantic City, New Jersey  — Borgata Hotel Casino