'The Daily Show' host Trevor Noah to bring his stand-up to Asia, with stops in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo in August

Tickets to see the South African comedian and political commentator go on sale on May 24

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Trevor Noah is well-known for his amusing critiques of US President Donald Trump.

Stand-up comedian Trevor Noah will be performing in Hong Kong for the first time on August 21, at the Hong Kong Cultural and Exhibition Centre.

The Daily Show host will be performing his new stand-up show Loud and Clear during the Asian leg of this tour, including performances in Singapore and Tokyo, Japan. 

Noah is well-known for his unapologetic commentary on US politics, and has been praised for his take on race issues and culture. His autobiography Born a Crime, which was published in 2016, became a #1 New York Times bestseller and was named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, Esquire and Booklist

Tickets for the show will be on sale from 10am on Friday, May 24, from hkticketing.com. Ticket prices are HK$588, HK$788, HK$988 and HK$1,088.