If you follow the late night shows, parody reports and sketches of famous US comics, you know exactly who Trevor Noah is. The Daily Show host, a stand-up comic and the author of New York Times bestseller 'Born A Crime', Trevor Noah has made his home into our hearts with his witty ways and relatable jokes. The man is nothing short of a comedy legend and we cannot deny the impact his charming smile has on our hearts.

To make us go cray-cray with excitement, Trevor Noah is coming to perform right here in the country and you cannot miss his shows for the world!

What's the buzz?

One of the biggest international comedians in the world, Trevor Noah will soon be coming to perform in Indian, with gigs at Mumbai and Delhi, both!

Noah is known for his razor sharp jokes, his clever take on politics and his weirdly accurate accents. Born in South Africa with a resilient black mother and a white father, Trevor has had an adventurous childhood. The man has seen it all and since the early stages of life, found ways to keep himself and the other around him entertained.

Trevor has done countless shows, performed at hundreds of events and entertained millions of people, one country after the other, touring the entire world.

Noah will be performing at the Dome NSCI in Mumbai and at the Indira Gandhi Arena in New Delhi, next April and we cannot wait for summers to come already!

Knock Knock

Trevor has so many stories to tell that we just cannot wait to have him in the country. We are a fan of The Daily Show and of Trevor and just can't wait to hear him talk all about his childhood and all that lead up to him becoming an international sensation.

Register for the tickets here and we'll keep you updated with all the details!

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