Comedy Central® Announces Gabriel Iglesias Presents: Stand-Up Revolution Tour Beginning Friday, December 30 at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, CA With Tickets Going on Sale Friday, November 18

Tour Info And Links To Purchase Tickets Available At And

COMEDY CENTRAL's Brand New Stand-Up Series, "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution" DVD Hits Stores On Tuesday, November 15 Via COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment And Paramount Home Entertainment

Nov 14, 2011, 14:22 ET from COMEDY CENTRAL Corporate Communications

NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Known as the "fluffy" comic in a Hawaiian shirt, comedian Gabriel Iglesias hits the road with his Stand-Up Revolution Tour.  Iglesias' animated comedy style combining storytelling, parodies, characters and sound effects kicks off the nationwide stand-up tour on Friday, December 30 at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk in Universal City, CA with sponsors Boost Mobile and Buick.  Gabriel Iglesias Presents: Stand-Up Revolution Tour will travel to more than 50 cities with additional shows to be announced (full tour schedule at the end of this release).

For tour info and links to purchase tickets, viewers can log onto or  Tickets for Gabriel Iglesias Presents: Stand-Up Revolution Tour will go on sale to the public this Friday, November 18.

Gabriel Iglesias Presents: Stand-Up Revolution Tour marks the second stand-up tour that COMEDY CENTRAL has produced with the comedian.  Last year's COMEDY CENTRAL Live: Gabriel Iglesias The Fluffy Shop Tour was a smash success with over 70 performances in theatre-size venues, 125,000 tickets sold and $4 million in box office revenue.  In 2009, he also performed at "COMEDY CENTRAL Park," a night of free stand-up comedy live from Central Park's SummerStage to a capacity crowd of 5,000.

On Tuesday, November 15, "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution" DVD will be released by COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. The uncensored two disc set featuring over 40 minutes of new material from Iglesias, includes extended episodes with over two hours of content not appearing in the broadcast episodes, outtakes and the music video for the show's theme song, "Hey It's Fluffy."

Recently, Iglesias starred in COMEDY CENTRAL's brand-new stand-up series, "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution."  Filmed at Phoenix's newest club, Stand Up Live, the series featured Iglesias opening each of the six episodes with all-new material and introducing different stand-up guests during each show.  The show included music from three-time Grammy® award-winners Ozomatli, the house band.

Iglesias has also starred in two COMEDY CENTRAL one-hour specials, both of which had corresponding DVDs.  His last release, "I'm Not Fat… I'm Fluffy" debuted in 2009 and his first special/DVD "Hot & Fluffy" was released in 2007.  Iglesias has sold over one million DVD & Blu-ray units to date.

Iglesias' television credits include "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Conan," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "The Family Guy," "Good Morning America" and "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson."  He has also headlined the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Toronto.  In 2009, Gabriel had the unique opportunity to be the headliner at the Amman Jordan Comedy Festival, the first of its kind in the Arab world – he recently returned to Amman Jordan for a second visit in 2010.  Iglesias' world tour performances include locations such as Australia (Melbourne and Sydney) and Saudi Arabia (Riyadh, Khobar, Qatar and Dubai.) On November 5, 2011 Iglesias began his European tour of Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium and England.





December 30

Universal City, CA

Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk

January 1

Reno, NV

Silver Legacy Casino

January 5

Bakersfield, CA

Rabobank Arena Theater and Convention Center

January 7

Fresno, CA

William Saroyan Theatre

January 8

Stockton, CA

Stockton Arena

January 12

Eugene, OR

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

January 13

Portland, OR

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

January 14

Tacoma, WA

Emerald Queen Casino

January 15

Kennewick, WA

Toyota Center

January 19

Eureka, CA

Arkley Center for the Performing Arts

January 20

Santa Cruz, CA

Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium

January 21

Oakland, CA

Paramount Theater

January 26

Odessa, TX

Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

January 27

Albuquerque, NM

Kiva Auditorium

January 28

Phoenix, AZ

Comerica Theatre

February 2

Eagle Pass, TX

International Center

February 3

San Antonio, TX

Illusions Theater At The Alamodome

February 4

Austin, TX

The Moody Theater

February 8

Beaumont, TX

Julie Rogers Theatre for the Performing Arts

February 9

San Angelo, TX

San Angelo Convention Center

February 10

El Paso, TX


February 11

Laredo, TX

Laredo Energy Arena

February 12

McAllen, TX

McAllen Convention Center

February 16

Kansas City, MO

Kansas City Music Hall

February 17

St. Louis, MO

Peabody Opera House

February 18

Omaha, NE

Omaha Music Hall

February 19

Des Moines, IA

Des Moines Civic Center

February 23

Shreveport, LA

Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium

February 24

Baton Rouge, LA

Baton Rouge River Performing Arts Center

February 25

Grand Prairie, TX

Verizon Theater

February 26

Oklahoma City, OK

Civic Center Music Hall

March 1

Sioux City, IA

Orpheum Theater

March 2

Green Bay, WI

Weidner Center (Univ. of Wisconsin at Green Bay)

March 4

Milwaukee, WI

Riverside Theater

March 8

Columbus, OH

Veterans Memorial Auditorium

March 9

Cincinnati, OH

Taft Theater

March 10

Chicago, IL

Rosemont Theater

March 11

Kalamazoo, MI

State Theater

March 15

Columbia, SC

Township Auditorium

March 16

Raleigh, NC

Progress Energy Ctr. Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

March 17

Charlotte, NC

Ovens Auditorium

March 18

Baltimore, MD

Lyric Opera House

March 23

Nashville, TN

Ryman Auditorium

March 24

Lexington, KY

Singletary Center for the Arts

March 25

Evansville, IN

The Aiken Theater at the Centre

March 30

Red Wing, MN

Treasure Island Casino

April 12

Buffalo, NY

Shea's Performing Arts Center

April 13

Upper Darby, PA

Tower Theater

April 14

New York, NY

Radio City Music Hall

April 15

Syracuse, NY

Landmark Theater

April 19

Morristown, NJ

Mayo Performing Arts Center

April 20

Reading, PA

Sovereign Center Theater

April 21

Indianapolis, IN

Murat Theater

April 22

Fort Wayne, IN

Embassy Theater

April 26

Denver, CO

Paramount Theater

May 4

Pala, CA

Starlight Theater

May 5

Rancho Mirage, CA

Agua Caliente Casino

May 12

Tucson, AZ

Anselmo Valencia Amphitheater

May 17

Tulsa, OK

Tulsa Convention Center Ballroom

May 18

Wichita, KS

Cotillion Ballroom

May 19

Springfield, MO

Gillioz Theatre

May 20

Little Rock, AR

Robinson Center Music Hall

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