Two-time Grammy Award-winning comedian, Lewis Black, will be hosting two stand-up shows at the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York later this year. 

The shows are a part of the comedian's "Goodbye Yeller Brick Road, The Final Tour." 

Black will be performing in Buffalo at the Riviera Theatre on Thursday, September 5 and at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts in Jamestown on Friday, September 6. 

Black recently announced that his current tour would be his final one, after over 35 years as a touring comedian. Black plans to go back to his roots and focus on writing a new play, book and expanding his podcast, RantCast. 

Black is known as the King of Rant and is trademark style of comedic yelling and finger pointing to expose the absurdities of life. 

Black recently starred as the voice of Anger in the Disney Pixar box-office blockbuster film Inside Out 2. According to the comedy center, the movie is currently the highest grossing film of 2024, earning $1 billion at the box office worldwide faster than any other animated movie in history. 

“It’s always been a thrill for me to come to Jamestown and Buffalo, spend time in this incredible museum and perform for National Comedy Center audiences,” said Lewis Black. “It means a lot to me to take the stage on this final tour, for these two very special shows, performing for friends and fans who love comedy as much as I do.”

Tickets to Black's show will go on pre-sale for National Comedy Members on Thursday, July 11 at 12 p.m. through Wednesday, July 17 at midnight. 

General public tickets will go on sale on Thursday, July 18 at noon. Tickets can be purchased on the comedy center's website

The National Comedy Center is the United States' official cultural institution dedicated to the art form of comedy.