By Erik Maza
The Baltimore Sun
3:38 PM EDT, July 12, 2011
Chris Tucker is taking time off from not doing "Rush Hour" movies to go on a stand-up tour, Live Nation announced Monday.
Tucker will hit 18 cities on the tour, his first time on the road, probably, since he started making movie money.
In Washington, he will perform October 7 at the same venue his "Money Talks" co-star Charlie Sheen played in April, D.A.R. Constitution Hall. Hopefully, he'll actually have written material prepared Tickets, which start at $44, go on sale Friday.
As far as comics go, I had missed this: Tim Meadows, SNL alum and the principal in "Mean Girls," is performing Friday at the Annapolis Comedy Festival. He will perform Friday at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at the Rams Head Tavern. Tickets start at $33.
It was also announced Monday that Elvis Costello is back on tour. The singer-songwriter is promoting 2010 album "National Ransom."
He will perform at Washington's Warner Theatre September 29. Tickets, which at $69.50, go on sale Friday.
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