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All shows are 18 & over with valid photo ID.
There is a two drink minimum per person.
Cameras and video/audio recording devices are not permitted.
Ticket sales shut off online before doors open; there may be tickets available at the show.
All non-headliner shows' lineups are subject to change.
 
General Admission: $25.00 in advance, $28.00 day of show.
 
With Joe Klocek, Dan Gabriel, Carla Clayy, and Jesse Fernandez
 
Two of our favorite comedians will co-host this weekend featuring some of the best Bay Area native comics. Tony and Gary are both know for their hosting and riffing skills and are sure to be mocking each other mercilessly all night long while we sit back and laugh. But which one will outdo the other?
 
Tony Camin has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Real Time with Bill Maher, and lots of others that have been cancelled. He has performed at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal as well as the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, as well as the Melbourne Comedy Festival in Australia. Tony has written for programs on NBC, VH1, and Comedy Central. In addition to being co-creator/performer of "The Marijuana-Logues,” he can also be seen as a correspondent for "The Media Project" on IFC, and on NBC's Last Comic Standing.
 
 
Gary Cannon’s mom knew her son had comedic talent when, at the young age of five, Gary had a very bad cold. At the time, his mom was out of kleenex and offered her son toilet paper instead. Gary quickly replied, “I need to blow my nose not wipe my ass.” After getting the @#$% beaten out of him, and a timeout, his comedy career began.
 
Gary began making people laugh in San Francisco but soon moved to LA. After a short time in LA things started happening. He was soon working at all the Southern California Improv clubs, was a regular host at the Hollywood Improv, consistently emceeing shows with some of the biggest names in comedy.
 
His amazing crowd skills, high energy and ability to jump-start an audience enabled Gary to transition his skills to a television warm-up comic. Anyone visiting LA and seeing a show tape in front of an audience has probably met Gary. He sets the tone before and during the show creating a fun atmosphere and making audiences enjoy their time especially when many shows can often take hours to tape.



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