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Tracy Morgan To Perform Standup at the Kennedy Center in April

It's the comedian's first major tour since last year's car accident.

Photo by Paul Mobley.

Tracy Morgan made an appearance at the Kennedy Center on Sunday night honoring Eddie Murphy during the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and it won’t be too long until the comedian returns to the very the same stage.

Morgan will be back in Washington in a few months as part of his Picking Up the Pieces tour, which was announced this morning and kicks off in Hammond, Indiana in February 2016.

It’s the first major tour for the comedian since a June 2014 car accident left him in a coma for two weeks.

Morgan will perform a one-night-only show at the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall on April 22. Tickets go on sale to members on October 28 and to the general public on October 30.

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