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Houston Tx - 420 AF Comedy Show  Starring Ronnie Jordan & Friends
Houston Tx - 420 AF Comedy Show  Starring Ronnie Jordan & Friends

Time & Location

Apr 20, 2022, 9:00 PM

Houston, 601 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77006, USA

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About The Event

4/20 Event Full Bar & Kitchen Sections and Bottle Service Available Txt "420" to 832 921 7288

Comedians BIO's 

Ronnie Jordan Bio Headliner 

No stranger to television, Ronnie has been featured on BET's Comic View, Martin Lawrence Presents The 1st Amendment Stand-up, P. Diddy Presents Bad Boys of Comedy, his 30 minute special for Kevin Hart's LOL Network, WE TV's Bossip and an upcoming Netflix show.

Behind the scenes, Ronnie is a gifted writer who has collaborated with many of his fellow comedians and also wrote on That Comedy Show that aired on Turner South Network.

Ronnie is quickly making a name for himself as a comic’s comic who has shared performance dates with stand-up heavyweights: Rickey Smiley, Kevin Hart, Mike Epps, Sinbad, and Dave Chappelle.

Known as a road warrior, Ronnie has put down 102 college shows in 112 days all over the country. He averages about 80 college performances a year for the past 4 years while mixing in an equal amount of club appearances and touring military bases internationally.

Keisha Hunts Bio Feature 

Keisha Hunt says her stand-up comedy career began on a dare.

“Right after I graduated high school, I went to my friend’s comedy spot, and she called me on stage,” recalls Hunt, now 38. “I was nervous and didn’t know what to do, so I mimicked Cleo, the TV psychic. I got some laughs, so I decided to do it again.”

Hunt, an out lesbian from Houston, is now a celebrity in her own right. Her jokes have landed her spots on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes? and Jamie Foxx Presents: America’s Funniest Comics. In 2013, she made her mark as the first female champion of Miller Lite’s annual “Stand Up. It’s Miller Time” competition that helped kick-start the careers of Bernie Mac, Cedric the Entertainer, and Sheryl Underwood.

After winning the Miller Lite competition, Hunt took home a grand prize of $10,000 and was featured in Complex magazine.

When Hunt isn’t competing or touring the country, she is a regular performer at two local comedy joints, the Houston Improv Comedy Club and The Secret Group. A self-described pint-sized tomboy, Hunt stands at four feet eleven inches tall. On stage, she often pokes fun at her height, androgyny, and experiences with dating women.

“Y’all looking at me like, ‘She said her name is Keisha, but that ain’t no damn Keisha. Who is that? Somebody let their son up there,’” Hunt said as she introduced herself at an all-women comedy showcase at the Joke Joint in March. “Ladies, even though I look like this, don’t ever confuse me with a man. I don’t take out the trash; that’s for dudes.”Hunt describes her humor as personal and family-oriented. Her mother, father, and 13-year-old son provide the inspiration for much of her material. By focusing on her inner circle, Hunt keeps controversial subjects, such as politics, out of her act.

“I try to stay away from politics because I just want to make people laugh,” Hunt says. “I touch on Trump every once in a while, but that’s just because I have to. Some people can find humor in politics, but other people, like me, get angry.”

Hunt also regularly “freestyles”—concocting humorous scenarios that audience members may have faced based on their appearance.

“I like to feed off of my environment,” Hunt says. “I can create a story based off of what I’m looking at. Some people think I’m weird, but if I write stuff down, it’s not always genuine. The person I choose to make jokes about usually enjoys it, but I try not to be too harsh on them.”

On September 3, Hunt celebrated her birthday by headlining Gay Shame Parade, The Secret Group’s bi-monthly stand-up show featuring “gays, probable gays, and people we wish were gay.” Hunt says the performance was one of her most memorable because the audience responded so well to her and other LGBTQ comics.

As a queer comedian, Hunt aims to be a voice for those who are not yet out.

“I’m an out-and-proud lesbian, and it’s so good to be free,” Hunt says. “Of course, we still have a lot to work on, but times are changing. Representation matters. If you can, come out of the closet, for goodness’ sake.”

Growing up, Hunt was a class clown. In high school, her theater teacher introduced her to the art of comedy by putting on a Saturday Night Live VHS tape.

After realizing that stand-up comedy might also pique her interest, Hunt went out and saw live performances by Martin Lawrence, Eddie Griffin, and Andrew Dice Clay.

“I got bit,” Hunt says. “After seeing all of those great comedians, I knew I wanted to do that, too.”

Hunt’s first-ever performance was attended by black comedy legend and well-known civil-rights activist Dick Gregory, who sat in the front row. When she asked Gregory for career advice, he simply told her to adjust her mic for future performances. Although she wishes she had gotten more out of him, Hunt says Gregory’s presence at the show inspired her to continue pursuing comedy.

Although she feels she hasn’t reached her full potential, Hunt says the most rewarding moment of her career was performing for U.S. service members based in Iraq in 2007. She says the best part about being a comedian is raising people’s spirits.

“I look at stand-up as a form of ministry,” Hunt says. “People have different ways of being reached, and comedy is one of those ways. Some people just need a laugh, and I can do that for them. That’s my favorite part.”

The Real JCann Bio Feature  Born in Houston, TX this Stand up comedian, writer, and actor is known for his online social media presence and hilarious character Uncle Dynamite.  Recently, JCann has moved to Los Angeles and has been crushing the many comedy stages including the Hollywood Improv & the legendary Laugh Factory. He has been seen on stages across the country with the likes of Renny, Deon Cole & Slink Johnson. Currently he is in production of a new comedy series with Media Spill Network called ‘The Wildest N Comedy’ as well as dropping his first comedy album and special ‘I Ain’t Got No Sense Pt. 1’ in 2022.

Ray Etc Bio

Reginald Bellard aka RayEtc is a lifetime native

of South Park Houston,TX. Ray Etc is co founder

of two of Houston’s leaching businesses, Boojee

hair and Harvard Blvd Clothing Line. Ray perfected

his craft and professionalism through his loyal customers

and a strong support system. Ray was eager

to jump into the entertainment industry, but he

needed to find his own lane. He found this thing called “Raw Reality Comedy”. He allows his audience to view

in on his personal life and very real. With Richard Pryor and Bernie Mac being ideals he knew that he could make his way.

Early March 2017 at the legendary comedy club “The Square” is where debuted. He was so overjoyed from

the standing ovations and overwhelming compliments

he knew he had found his calling in the industry. After

A few months of open mic around town he featured in

two sold out shows. In which, both he executed in ticket sales bringing in over a hundred people. Ray performed

in four cities, produced shows, and had sold

out shows. The world can expect to see Ray Etc at

his funniest in Arlington, Oakcliff, Omaha, and a city near you.

Tickets

  • GA - 9pm Showtime

    General Admission Access (1) Guest

    $25.00
    +$0.63 service fee
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  • Reserve Section (5) Guest

    Section Includes Admission (5) Guest Bottle NOT Included in Price of Section Bottle Service Addition Prices range $200 - $800 Deposit for Bottle Service Required More info txt 832 921 7288

    $150.00
    +$3.75 service fee
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