Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart are teaming up this summer for a joint stand-up tour. The iconic comedians have several dates coming up in June, and will be performing in the cities of Boston, Houston, and El Paso. Tickets will go on sale Friday, May 18, through Ticketmaster, Complex reported.

The comedians last teamed up in 2017, when Stewart was a surprise guest during Chappelle's acclaimed comeback set at New York City's Radio City Music Hall. Chappelle and Stewart both gained fame from starring in each of their own Comedy Central shows.

Their Comedy Central beginnings

Dave Chappelle was the host of the iconic sketch comedy series, "Chappelle's Show," which aired on Comedy Central from 2003 to 2006.

Though it had a short run, he has maintained a cult following and a strong fan base since it ended. Chappelle notably ended his comedy series after being unsatisfied with where the show was going and deciding to take an impromptu trip to South Africa for self-reflection. He chatted to CBS about that. He is also known for his comedic roles in the movies "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" and "Half Baked," which he co-wrote. Stewart also made an appearance in the film.

Jon Stewart famously hosted "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" from 1999 to 2015, and became a beloved household name through his stint on the show. On the satirical news program, Stewart criticized both Democratic and Republican movements equally. During Stewart's tenure, the show won 23 Emmy Awards and three Peabody Awards and averaged almost two million viewers per episode.

Since his departure, the show has been hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, and has led to the popular HBO spin-off, "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver." The funnyman also served as the host for the 78th and 80th Academy Awards.

What they've been up to

After a decade-long hiatus, Chappelle returned to performing full-time. He has been headlining comedy tours since 2013, and has since won an Emmy for hosting "Saturday Night Live" in 2017, along with Grammy Awards for his comedy specials on Netflix. His transition back into the spotlight wasn't without trouble: He experienced intense heckling during one of his early comeback sets and had to abandon the stage.

After leaving "The Daily Show," Jon and his wife, Tracey, opened an animal sanctuary in Colts Neck, NJ for animals that are rescued from slaughterhouses and live markets, as disclosed in The Daily Squeal. Stewart has remained outspoken politically, criticizing biased news outlets such as Fox News and using Twitter to voice his opinions.