DAR Constitution Hall | Washington, D.C
Can't get enough of the humor of Katt Williams? This is your chance to see him live again as he returns to the DAR Constitution Hall this October 22 for the second night of his "World War III Tour" stop at the famous Seattle venue. Join hundreds of other comedy lovers and be amused at the hilarious antics and over-the-top showmanship of the 50-year-old stand-up comedian. Williams will bring the state of chaos and fun in this only war you want to take part in. If you want to add fun to your boring Saturday night, this rib-tickling show is what you need. Get your tickets for the show by clicking the "Get Tickets" button.
As one of the sought-after comedians on the standup comedy circuit, Katt Williams stands out because of his over-the-top showmanship and style that ultimately demonstrates his wit and natural charisma. Not to mention his distinct high-pitched voice that adds to the perfect punchlines and deliveries.
The 50-year-old comedian may easily fill an auditorium with his best-selling shows today, but like most standup comedians, starting out was a bit tough for the comedian. He started to hone his comic delivery by performing his routine in clubs in various states. In the late 90s, he established his brand of black comedy, satire, and observational comedy by appearing on stage at the likes of "The Improv," "The Comedy Club," "The Ice House," and "The Hollywood Park Casino." However, his notable appearance on BET's Comic View as Katt "In the Hat" Williams solidified his place in the saturated industry. Since then, there was no stopping Williams from conquering the standup comedy world. He starred in two comedy specials in 2006: "Katt Williams: Live: Let a Playa Play" and HBO's "The Pimp Chronicles, Pt. 1." It was followed by his breakout special "American Hustle" the following year. Notably, he had 11 specials in his career, which all earned acclaim. He also received the Emmy award for "Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series" for his role in "Atlanta: Alligator Man."
In 2018, he starred in a Netflix comedy special, "Great America." Needless to say, it was a massive hit. Thus, the streaming service giant decided to have another standup comedy special this year. Dubbed "World War III," the tour will commence this September and will stop for a back-to-back two-night show at Seattle's DAR Constitution Hall. The second night of Katt Williams this October 22 will be as epic as his first one as the comedian returns to the famous venue with the same amount of energy and hilariousness. If you missed the chance to book tickets for his first night, this is your chance to redeem yourself! Get your tickets now by clicking this site's "Get Tickets" link. Grab yours now!