July 21, 2021 to September 25, 2021Get this Deal
Comedy show features Mo’Nique, Lil Duval, DeRay Davis, Rip Michaels, Jess Hilarious as well as musical guests Busta Rhymes and Rick Ross
- Seating: 13, 17, 19, 23, 114, 117, 118, 121, 206, 207, 209–215, 217–223, 225, 226, or F5
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Busta Rhymes: The gravelly voice and intricate internal rhyming of this hip-hop luminary makes hits such as “Woo-Hah!! Got You All In Check” instantly recognizable. Fans can expect to hear tracks from Busta’s hotly anticipated new album.
Rick Ross: This heavyweight MC know for his Grammy-nominated album, God Forgives, I Dont, has been a busy man since 2014, releasing more than a handful of singles, dropping four albums, and collaborating with everyone from John Legend and Mariah Carey to Future and Mary J. Blige. His upcoming 10th studio album, Port of Miami 2, is his hotly anticipated follow-up to his 2006 Port of Miami debut.
Rip Michaels: a Chicago-born comic whose no-holds-barred style earned him accolades such as first place in the 2013 Bay Area Black Comedy Competition and a spot among the NYC Kings of Comedy.
Jess Hilarious: This comedian rose to fame with her Instagram comedy skits which helped her gain more than 4 million followers and land a role on the Fox sitcom Rel.
Lil Duval: This comic, rapper, and former host of MTV2’s video roundup show, Ain’t That America, is often seen in the music videos of T.I., Yung Joc, Plies, Young Jeezy, and Trae Tha Truth, and received viral success with his own hit song, “Smile (Living My Best Life).”
DeRay Davis: He honed his brash, fast-talking style on the South Side of Chicago, setting himself up to win the Comedy Central Laugh Riots Competition and appear on an array of TV shows including Comedy Central’s Reno 911, BET’s ComicView, and Fox’s Empire.
Mo’Nique: The star of The Parkers proved her dramatic chops when her role in Precious won her the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She brings that same fire to her first love, comedy, whether performing on Showtime at the Apollo, HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, or BET’s Comic View.
2 Chainz: After making his mark as half of the Southern hip-hop act Playaz Circle, this rapper embarked on a solo career that has led to hard-partying hits such as “Toot It and Boot It,” “Left, Right,” and “My Hitta.” He now has four Grammy nominations, three BET Hip Hop Awards, and the third chain to his name.
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