Get excited, South Africa: Trevor Noah is coming home for some shows!

Get excited, South Africa: Trevor Noah is coming home for some shows!

He's coming home! Trevor has a date with South Africa in 2023. 

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South African comedian Trevor Noah is heading home for a special tour. The 38-year-old announced on Monday that the 12-show tour will take place in 2023. 

"South Africa!! I’ve teamed up with @SavannaCider for 12 shows from 31 AUG – 15 SEP 2023. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 9am local, and you can find them at - Can't wait to come home!! 🇿🇦 #SiyavannaSA," he wrote on Twitter. 

The ‘Savanna Presents Trevor Noah Live in South Africa’ tour will kick off in Cape Town and then head to Durban on September 7. 

'The Daily Show' star will host four shows in the city. All the shows will take place at the Durban International Convention Centre. 

Trevor will then head to Pretoria for the remaining four days of the tour. Click here for ticket details. 

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Trevor's South African fans are beside themselves with excitement. 

"Omg!! The Son of Patricia is coming back to Southy?!! I am uncontrollably excited. Where can I sell my eggs? 🥹👉🏼👈🏼 I need cash to purchase tickets.. I'll do anything to put this money together," one Twitter user wrote. 

Another user added: "At this pace. I will end up selling every part of my body since I recently sold my kidney for IPhone now I will see 12 parts of my body for this one. I hope I will still be alive after the fun"

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Trevor is currently in Canada for his 'Back To Abnormal World Tour'. The comedian has been filling up venues left, right, and centre. 

He is wrapping up his world tour in America in April next year. Trevor has been busy this year. He rang in the New Year in South Africa with his then-girlfriend, Minka Kelly. It was a much-needed break for the star who had several high-profile appearances planned for 2022.

Trevor was spotted at the 2022 Oscars with Kelly Rowland, Thuso Mbedu, and Will Smith in March.

He hosted the 2022 Grammys for the second year in a row in April. The event was originally scheduled to take place in January but had to be postponed. South African DJ, Black Coffee, won his first Grammy at the event. 

April was a busy month for Trevor, who also hosted the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) Dinner

The comedian also hung out with Zendaya and Lizzo at the Emmys earlier this year

It looks like 2023 is going to be another busy year for Trevor! 

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