Due to illness, the Katt Williams show scheduled for Sunday, February 8th at Philips Arena has been rescheduled. The new date is Sunday, March 1st, 2015 at 7:00pm. Ticket holders for the Sunday, February 8th scheduled performance may use their original ticket for entry to the March 1st rescheduled date. For those unable to attend the rescheduled performance, refunds are available at point of purchase. Katt Williams would also like to invite patrons from his Saturday, February 7th show at Philips Arena in Atlanta to attend the rescheduled show on March 1st as his guest. Ticket holders who attended the Saturday, February 7th performance may exchange their ticket for the best available seating location for the March 1st performance at the Philips Arena Box Office. Original ticket must be presented to complete the exchange, and new tickets will be given out on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- After a nation-wide run of his highly acclaimed 2013-2014 “Growth Spurt” tour, Katt Williams returns with a brand new tour for 2015 and is funnier than ever . The tour will stop at Atlanta’s Philips Arena on Sunday, February 8 at 7pm. Known just as much for his permed hair as he is for his animated performances and quick wit, comedian Katt Williams has been making his mark in Hollywood for over 12 years. He became somewhat of a staple comedic force on the BET Network, appearing on shows such as Comic View, Rip the Runway, Black Carpet, Rap City, 106 & Park, The BET Awards and even hosting the 1st ever BET Hip Hop Awards in 2006. Williams is known to most for his breakout role in three seasons of Nick Cannon’s highly-rated MTV improv show, Wild n’ Out and his acting roles in Ice Cube’s Friday After Next and First Sunday. Throughout his career he has been massively embraced by the hip hop community, appearing in music videos for everyone from Outkast “Roses” and Ludacris “Stand Up & “Number One Spot” to E-40 “One Night Stand” and Lil’ Kim “Shut Up/Lighter’s Up”. Williams’ ability to make people laugh is best demonstrated on the stage as a stand-up comic. His hour long specials include The Pimp Chronicles Part 1 (2005), American Hustle (2007), It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’ (2008), and his Showtime special Kattpacalypse (2012), Nick Cannon’s School Dance (2014) and his most recent HBO special directed by Spike Lee- Priceless: Afterlife (2014).