Trevor Noah’s show at the Ziggo Dome in the Netherlands brought together 14,000 people

Trevor Noah’s successful ‘Back to Abnormal’ European tour wrapped up this weekend in Germany.

The South African comedian, who has been chastised for leaving his own country out of this comedy showcase, has now placed his next tour destination for the public vote.

Noah is expected to return to the United States to complete filming his Daily Show episodes before flying to Canada.

Noah expressed his gratitude to supporters on social media and expressed his excitement for future concerts in Asia, Australia and South Africa.

It happened 2 days ago at 8,400 seats at Forest National in Belgium.

9,500 seats Geneva Arena in Switzerland on May 17.

Noah’s Back to Abnormal European tour sold out the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Dublin.

While his international appeal makes him popular, locals wonder why Noah isn’t shedding light on SA’s current situation.

Trevor Noah grew up as a stand-up comedian for his jabs at former SA chairman Jacob Zuma. He did not, however, use current SA chairman Cyril Ramaphosa as the butt of his jokes.

It may have everything to do with the fact that Noah left South Africa long before Ramaphosa came to power, but was living in the country under Zuma’s rule.


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