COMEDY NIGHT IS BACK WITH A BANG!
STAND UP COMEDIAN JEFF SCHEEN FROM NEW YORK
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT.
The Antioch Chamber of Commerce and the Antioch Junior Woman's Club, is proud to announce that COMEDY NIGHT is back! This fun event will be hosted on Saturday, March 7th at Dockers North in Antioch.
This is an evening filled with Great Food, Comedy and Fun! You'll enjoy Dockers North Dinner Buffet with Carving Station and Comedic Entertainment.
NEW THIS YEAR - DURING DINNER ENJOY OUR 1ST ANNUAL "LAST COMIC STANDING" CONTEST AND VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE COMEDIANS DURING DINNER! THEN FOR OUR FINALE, ENJOY THE COMEDY OF STAND UP COMEDIAN JEFF SCHEEN-LIVE FROM NEW YORK!
If you make people laugh, enter your name at registration to be one of our comedians joining us to enter our Last Comic Standing Contest have the chance to win $500 Cash! Only 20 contestants accepted and requires a ticket to Comedy Night with advance registration. Each comedian contestant must prepare a 90 second act suitable for an mixed audience (no profanity or unsuitable material allowed). Have your own fan club? Invite them to join you! Must have a minimum of four comedy contestants to hold Last Comic Standing Contest portion of the evening. Our Comic Jeff Scheen will be our Finale Entertainment
Coming to enjoy a fun night? Don't worry - we won't make you perform. Your registration is to attend our event. To also be a comedian for the contest, you would have to list your name under the comedian field in registration too - so no worries, just enjoy the fun!
Saturday, March 7th, 2020
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm Cash Bar
6:30 pm Buffet Dinner with Beef Carving Station
Introduction by ACCI and AJWC
"Last Comic Standing Contest-Win $500" Compete with your best comedy for a chance to win!
FINALE==Stand Up Comedian Jeff Scheen from New York
The Antioch Chamber is partnering with AJWC and invite our Members to join the Public for this fun event. This event benefits the Open Arms Food Pantry. This event also serves as the Antioch Chamber Annual Membership Dinner.
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