Two of the comedy world’s funniest performers are teaming up for a twofer tour, with Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle announcing they’ll be co-headlining a short standup comedy tour this summer.

The former “Daily Show” host and the “Chappelle’s Show” star are longtime friends, and will be playing seven shows together during the brief tour, which kicks off in Boston on June 11, followed by two more shows on June 12 and 13.

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Then, the pair head to Houston, Texas, for two shows on June 21 and 22, concluding with two shows in El Paso, Texas, on June 23 and 24.

While Chappelle has been performing relentlessly over the past few years — he recently unveiled his third standup special for Netflix — Stewart signed a deal with HBO last year to produce his first standup special in 21 years.

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Onscreen, Stewart and Chappelle appeared together in the 1998 cult-classic stoner comedy “Half Baked”, while Chappelle made several appearances on “The Daily Show” during Stewart’s tenure as host.

You can find more information on tickets right here.

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