Travele Judon gives an entertainment experience like no other on his current "This Is Me" tour.
Chicago native Travele Judon has always had a love for the art of performing. As a child, Travele participated in theater, concert and marching band, as well as tap dance. With the idea of becoming an over the top entertainer, in 2007 Travele’s love for God and family entertainment led him to become a clean comedian.
His career has taken off with performances all over the U.S. Travele's first tour, The Vision, The Venture and The Victory Tour, kicked off in Memphis, TN and would go through 22 cities ending in his home town of Chicago, IL. Travele also toured on the Saved and Lovin’ It Tour, opening for Mary Mary,
Tye Tribett, Vickie Winans, and R&B singer Jeremih. In 2016, Travele starred in a pilot, The Travele Show, a sitcom about a popular standup comedian juggling the perfect family life and the mainstream comedy industry.
Travele can be seen on Season 15 of Food Network’s hot TV series “Worst Cooks in America.” Recently, Travele was the official tour host for Grammy-nominated gospel artist Jonathan Mcreynolds’ “Make More Room” Tour that was 22 cities long. As well as the 2019 official summer tour host of legendary gospel icon Kirk Franklin’s “ Long Live Love” Tour.
Travele recently kicked off 2023 as the official tour host for Tye Tribbett's "All Things New" Tour, which played 15 markets. While on tour with Tye, he also was headlining his own tour called the "This Is Me" Tour which was co-headlined by Grammy Award winner Le'Andria Johnson. Be sure to be on the look out for the next move from Comedian Travele Judon, it is sure to be monumental.