Friday, November 26, 2021

Wendy Williams Announces 12-City ‘Sit Down Tour’

Wendy Williams
Wendy Williams

*Wendy Williams is about to take her proverbial “purple chair” to a city near you this summer.

The talk show host will visit 12 cities throughout the U.S. as part of her “Sit Down Tour…Too Real For Stand Up.” As the name suggests, the tour will focus on her signature brand of “straight talk” during her show’s Hot Topic segments. But in this venue, the tea will be uncensored.

Co-produced by Wendy Williams Productions (WWP) and Peachez, Inc., the trek kicks off Thursday, July 30 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at Riverside Theater and includes dates in St. Louis, Dallas, Baltimore, Cleveland, Chicago and more.

Tickets for the SIT DOWN TOUR…TOO REAL FOR STAND UP are on sale now to the public at www.WendyWilliamsTour.net.

View the complete list of tour dates below.

Thu, July 30: Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theater
Fri, July 31: St. Louis, MO  Peabody Opera House
Sat, August 1: Kansas City, MO  Midland Theatre
Thu, August 6: Memphis, TN  Orpheum Theatre
Fri, August 7: Dallas, TX  Music Hall at Fair Park
Sat, August 8: Houston, TX  Hobby Center
Thu, August 20: Spartanburg, SC  Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
Fri, August 21: Durham, NC  Durham PAC
Sat, August 22: Baltimore, MD  Lyric Opera House
Thu, August 27: Louisville, KY  Palace Theater
Fri, August 28: Cleveland, OH  Palace Theatre
Sat, August 29: Chicago, IL  Arie Crown Theater

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Went to the Wendy Williams first tour show in st.pete fl. What a HOT mess, I will never look at her the same way again…She was vulger, rude, down right obsene! Her potty mouth dropping the F bomb and feeling good about it, I didnt feel intertained I felt embarrassed.I will not be watching the Wendy TVsho

    w in the future, she is not the Wendy I thought I knew. So good bye.How you not doin!!!

  2. I was incredibly disappointed to see that not only was the San Francisco Bay Area not on the tour, but California did not make the list at all! I had really wanted to see Wendy without all of the censorship; perhaps she might consider adding a city or two?

    For the guy (I’m assuming by what you had written) who posted above me, apparently you haven’t paid attention to a word she has said regarding the content of her show. She has been extremely clear about the type of show it is, and that it is far from “G” rated. Are you by any chance the same guy that went to go see Beauty and the Beast with your children and then filed a law suit saying that it appeared that Belle was jacking off the Beast in the scene by the fireplace, and went on to insist that Disney movies consistently sneak sexually explicit and inappropriate scenes/dialog/suggestions into the vast majority of their movies? I wouldn’t be surprised whatsoever if you turned out to be that same guy. You just always have to complain about something, even when it is just as she has advertised. Yes, Wendy’s show is no doubt vulgar just has she has stated many times, and no, Disney movies are not intentionally being obscene. I think the problem just might be you.

    Wendy, come to San Francisco and/or San Jose!!

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