Ellen DeGeneres at Wang Theatre

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Wang Theater At The Boch Center | Boston, Massachusetts

Ellen DeGeneres

She surely is an iconic woman in comedy. Famed for her 19-season run for The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the world-renowned entertainer is hitting the road for one last time. Her highly anticipated farewell "ELLEN'S LAST STAND... UP" tour will hold 27 shows, marking the end of an era. Part of the trek is a stop at Wang Theatre on Monday, July 29th. Moreover, Ellen also announced her return to Netflix with her last special, six years since the release of "Relatable". Making waves around the globe as her 19-season talk series won 63 Daytime Emmys in total, she sure is a shining star in the game. As her iconic talk show concluded, Ellen is ready for closure... bidding farewell to a live audience across North America. There's nobody like Ellen... a legend and a pioneer in the industry. Take part in her final shows by booking 'em tickets now!

A true legend in the game, Ellen DeGeneres is set to hold her final shows, live on stage this summer. Following the end of her iconic "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", and teasing the news of her last Netflix special later this year, she's all set to embark on "ELLEN'S LAST STAND... UP" tour. 27 shows on the list, she's set to share her legacy and engage with audiences on a night full of laughs and real conversations.

Produced by Live Nation, her farewell trek marks the entertainer's long-awaited return to the stage. As her show ended amidst controversy, Ellen is ready for closure, letting it all out on her last special.

"To answer the questions everyone is asking me – Yes, I’m going to talk about it. Yes, this is my last special. Yes, Portia really is that pretty in real life," DeGeneres shared in a statement about her upcoming Netflix special, expected to hit the shelves in late 2024.

Ellen took responsibility and acknowledged her mistakes, following controversy that rose. Taking a step for closure, she's back to say hi, and bid her final farewells at her stand-up special. Friends star Jennifer Aniston was the very first guest on The Ellen DeGeneres show in 2003. As the show marked its final episode, she went back as Ellen's final guest. The TV program marked iconic moments over the last two decades, with star-studded guests, fun games, performance, and giving away millions and even billions of dollars in total, it became a global sensation.

"If I've done anything in the past 19 years, I hope I've inspired you to be yourself. Your true, authentic self," Ellen said in her final speech. "And if someone is brave enough to tell you who they are, be brave enough to support them, even if you don't understand,"

Ellen's legacy remains true to this day. Despite how the show ended, her contributions in the industry is not one to take for granted. Talking about compassion, she hopes people can open up their hearts and minds when someone shares an authentic part of themselves. "Thank you so much for being on this journey with me. I feel the love and I send it back to you. Bye," she concludes.

"There is nobody quite like Ellen," Robbie Praw of Netflix shared in a statement. "She is a true legend and pioneer in so many ways. We can’t wait to bring fans another one of her hilarious comedy specials later this year,"

One of Ellen's legacy occurred as the star of ABC's sitcom "Ellen". Her character came out as gay, shortly after Ellen herself came out as gay in real life. At a time when gay representation on television was not widespread, this marked an iconic moment in TV history.

A star, a legend, and an authentic human being, Ellen is ready to head back to the stage and bid goodbye at her final stand-up tour. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Ellen DeGeneres at Wang Theater At The Boch Center

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