Veteran comedian, actor and renowned urban public official, Katt Williams, is proud to announce that he will embark on a near 100-city tour, Conspiracy Theory, which will kick off on January 17 in Miami and come to Atlanta, GA at Philips Arena on Saturday, February 27.
Tickets for the Atlanta date of Conspiracy Theory go on sale Friday, November 13 at 10am at Ticketmaster.com, Philips Arena Box Office, by phone (800-745-3000) and at all Ticketmaster outlets.
Much to the success and many sold out dates of the first leg of the Conspiracy Theory tour, Williams takes to the road again for a second time after a half-year hiatus. Since reemerging, Williams has taken to social media on the topics that have shaped our current political climate (Ferguson, Kim Davis, Subway’s Jared, Trump) and thus rerouted every American’s dinner conversation. Williams shies away from no debate fodder in Conspiracy Theory, which has already begun to show early signs of sold out venues.
In his first interview in a year, Williams describes the tour as a “collection of forbidden topics that we can’t seem to get answered.” “Part of my guarantee in my ticket price is that [I’m] going to be talking about what we are talking about now,” he adds. “This is the open discussion that we’ve had since 2003. This is what it’s about.”
Having positively evolved during his public hiatus, Williams returns to the stage reborn, saying Conspiracy Theory will “go down as one of my finest works.”