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Events

Standup Comedy: The May Dangling Loafer, Oak City Comedy Festival Edition!

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Friday, May 25, 2018 8:00pm - 9:30pm
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LOCATION: Kings - 14 W Martin St, Upper-Level

A very special one-time partnership with Raleigh's brand-new Oak City Comedy Festival! Featuring incredible comics from all over the country, including headliner Andrew Schulz, as well as Nina Daniels, Ronald Metellus, Ryan Brown, Marla Schultz, Louis Bishop, Holly Lynnea, Jared Waters, Larry Fulford, Tom Peters, Will Spottedbear and host Shane Smith! WOW! Doors open at 7:30, so get there early to grab good seat – this one's gonna be packed! (This Loafer will have a one-time ticket charge of $15, but we'll be back to our regular $5 next month!)

Cost: $15