I gotta tell y’all, a quick little story about my evening that was ever so worth it. Kevin Hart Live @ the Pepsi Center, in Lower Downtown Denver. We’ve “Laughed at His Pain”, then “Let Me Explain” and now, he’s asked the question “What Now?”. So he’s answered the question and oh how he did. What a heck of a show. The boy’s got it. The venue, which normally serves as the home to the Colorado Avalanche people and the Denver Nuggets that holds around 20,000, was SOLD OUT. The venue was huge but there really wasn’t a bad seat in the house. The energy from all these people radiated and laughter was at a roar. This is his What Now tour and is well worth it!
He’s had a heck of a life for being only 37 and the down to earth, shit just happens to me stories, are just plain funny. While I tend to like his older material a little bit better, he rocked it. The digital graphics that were on display behind him throughout the show as well as the huge opening of the show, was over the top. There was no expense spared, that is for sure. He also hit us with one big surprise by going for about an hour and a half on his own. I can’t say I’ve ever seen a big comedian go that long or put that much into one show.
Here’s a little clip of this cat. Makes me giggle.
His openers, The Plastic Cup Boyz (https://www.facebook.com/ThePlasticCupBoyz) were good, but one certainly stood out. Joey Wells was, “The Man”. He connected with the audience, 20-40 somethings and made the tears start.
All I can say is, if you are looking for a fun night out, check out this show. The show will be all over the place, so you can probably catch him in a major city.