Russell Peters performs in Kelowna in October

Russell Peters' Notorious World Tour comes to Kelowna Oct. 2.

Russell Peters’ Notorious World Tour comes to Prospera Place in Kelowna on Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m.

Peters’ tour has been setting sales and attendance records around the world since it launched in March.

The tour has become the highest attended comedy show in the history of Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, South Africa, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia—with between 3,000 to 10,000 fans attending the shows.

In Dubai, Peters was the fastest selling concert in the history of the Emirate, outselling Madonna.

The Notorious World Tour features all new material from the Brampton-raised comic. “I’ve been working on the new act since last year and building and developing the new material in clubs across the States,” Peters said.

The new material has been met with rave reviews. “It’s been great being back on-stage and back on the road again.”

Tickets for the Kelowna show go on sale Saturday, June 2 at 10 a.m. from www.selectyourtickets.com.

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