Chappelle coming to First Avenue for shows next week

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Comedian Dave Chappelle is coming back to Minneapolis to host six shows next week, at First Avenue.

The Star Tribune reports that it's the first time Chappelle has done a show in Minnesota since he performed at the State Theater in Aug. 2012.

Chappelle plans to do shows at 6 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Nov.11-13. He has been doing these "pop up" shows across the country.

Chappelle suddenly quit doing his Comedy Central show in 2005.

According to a report in the Pioneer Press, Prince released the single "Breakfast Can Wait" with artwork featuring Chappelle holding a plate of pancakes. It was a reference to the "Chappelle's Show" legendary Prince sketch.

Tickets are on sale through first-avenue.com, cost is $55.

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