Last night Adam Sandler announced a comedy tour where tickets will go on sale tomorrow and we have a tour stop not too far away from us.

Adam Sandler Announces "I Miss You" Tour

Earlier this year, Adam Sandler went on tour and had three Texas tour dates. His upcoming tour only has one out of the 25 cities selected. That would be San Antonio, Texas which is a little bit of a drive for us here in Wichita Falls. The good news is that Oklahoma City was announced as one of the venues and Adam Sandler will be performing at the Paycom Center.

Adam Sandler in Oklahoma City

Tickets officially go on sale to the general public tomorrow, but if you have special presale access. Those tickets will go on sale today (September 14th) at noon. According to sources, a special guest will be joining Sandler on the tour. We will have to wait and see who that could possibly be.

Full Adamn Sandler "I Missed You" Tour Dates Below

Thursday, Oct. 12 -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- Rogers Arena
Friday, Oct. 13 -- Seattle, Washington -- Climate Pledge Arena
Saturday, Oct. 14 -- Portland, Oregon -- Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Sunday, Oct. 15 -- Nampa, Idaho -- Ford Idaho Center Arena
Monday, Oct. 16 -- Spokane, Washington -- Spokane Arena
Wednesday, Oct. 18 -- San Jose, California -- SAP Center at San Jose
Thursday, Oct. 19 -- Stateline, Nevada -- Tahoe Blue Event Center
Friday, Oct. 20 -- Fresno, California -- Save Mart Center
Saturday, Oct. 21 -- Palm Desert, California -- Acrisure Arena
Monday, Oct. 23 -- Anaheim, California -- Honda Center
Tuesday, Nov. 7 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Scotiabank Arena
Wednesday, Nov. 8 -- Rochester, New York -- Blue Cross Arena
Thursday, Nov. 9 -- Washington, D.C. -- Capital One Arena
Saturday, Nov. 11 -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Fiserv Forum
Sunday, Nov. 12 -- Minneapolis, Minnesota -- Target Center
Monday, Nov. 13 -- Des Moines, Iowa -- Wells Fargo Arena
Wednesday, Nov. 15 -- Indianapolis, Indiana -- Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Thursday, Nov. 16 -- Memphis, Tennessee -- FedExForum
Saturday, Dec. 2 -- Las Vegas, Nevada -- Michelob ULTRA Arena
Sunday, Dec. 3 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- Delta Center
Thursday, Dec. 7 --  San Antonio, Texas --  AT&T Center
Friday, Dec. 8 -- Thackerville, Oklahoma -- WinStar Casino
Saturday, Dec. 9 -- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- Paycom Center
Sunday, Dec. 10 -- Wichita, Kansas -- INTRUST Bank Arena
Tuesday, Dec. 12 -- Denver, Colorado -- Ball Arena

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