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2024 Arizona Black Rodeo Comedy Show
2024 Arizona Black Rodeo Comedy Show

Sun, Sep 01

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Phoenix Shrine Auditorium

2024 Arizona Black Rodeo Comedy Show

Enjoy the long Labor Day weekend with entertainment from the Arizona Black Rodeo, and wrap up the action with our official comedy show featuring national artists Pierre and Cocoa Brown.

Time & Location

Sep 01, 2024, 6:30 PM

Phoenix Shrine Auditorium, 552 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, USA

About the event

PIERRE:

Pierre appeared on the first year of HBO's Def Comedy Jam, then starred on BET Comicview.  Pierre was also featured on comedy shows: Showtime at the Apollo, Martin Lawrence Presents First Amendment and other late nite TV shows.  He has worked alongside: Oscar Winner "Halle Berry" he played her boyfriend in the movie B.A.P.’s, opposite Bill Bellamy in How to be a Player, and played partner (detective) to actor Leslie Nielsen in the movie 2001: A Space Travesty.  After a few small roles in The Wash and The Breaks he wrote, produced, directed and starred in the theatrical urban classic For Da Love of Money.  

The radio world got a chance to experience Pierre with his numerous guest hosting appearances on the Steve Harvey Morning show. His first love is the comedy club stage, where he has headlined: Improv’s (Dallas, Houston), Carolines (NYC), the FunnyBone (Shreveport La, Boise Id, Vicksburg, Ms), Uptown Comedy Corner (Atlanta) and many more. He has also performed at events such as, 'Damon Williams' annual 'New Year's Eve Comedy Bash' at Star Plaza . 

Pierre has performed for the troops home and abroad. He has also performed in comedy festivals overseas: Japan, South Africa, Germany, Amsterdam, England, etc.  Currently Pierre is working on a web series Dating Pierre, Slice Trilogy, and a self-published book "100 Homies and Phonies of Hollywood". In mid-2020 Pierre became one of the lead Analyst of Comedy Hype News. He's also the host of his own wildly star studded popular podcast 'Pierre's Panic Room'.

COCOA BROWN:

When actress and comedian Cocoa Brown takes the stage, the world stands still.  Brown is undeniably one of the most talented comics and performers of this generation.  The Newport News, Virginia native, born Farah Brown, assails her craft with such passion and soul-searching veracity when she claims a stage the ensuing act is nothing short of a force of nature. Cocoa Brown audaciously draws from painful reminiscences and hard-knocked lessons, bravely weaving humorous tales that uplift, upend, and upgrade everything you thought you knew about comedy. What drives the comic who female fans nationwide have nicknamed the “The Truth”?   The sheer will of a woman who survived the worst life had to offer and is still standing.  The fiery performer, whose credits include Tyler Perry’s critically acclaimed comedy series “For Better or Worse” on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network and a national commercial spot for Progressive Insurance Company, has assembled an extensive body of work. A career that began as an advertising associate for Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus and a writer for various sketch comedy shows proved confining for the dynamic performer. She honed her writing and creativity to pursue her dream of being a stand-up comic. A decade later Brown had nearly mastered the art of comedy. She harnessed its essence and purpose, performing on top-rated comedy shows including BET’s “Comic View” and “One Mic Stand”, and “Showtime at the Apollo”.

Today, she exemplifies mind-blowing humor, daring drama and contemporary reality wrapped in a boundlessly energetic package. Whether she is performing in honor of the incomparable Richard Pryor or acting in films such as “Lakeview Terrace” with Samuel L. Jackson, Brown exudes skill and discipline. Those characteristics, along with her chilling story of struggle and redemption, inspired Tyler Perry to create “Single Moms Club”, a feature film that casts the accomplished actress in the leading role. 

THE VENUE:  SHRINE AUDITORIUM

This show is taking place at the Phoenix Shrine Auditorium, located at 552 N 40th Street in Phoenix.  This venue is located just off North 40th Street between the 202 Red Mountain Freeway and East Van Buren.  There is plenty of free parking for this event, and once inside you will have easy access to cash bar(s) and the Shrine Cafe for hot food and snacks.  Tickets are available at goodenergyproductions.com, blacknightproductions.net, and all ticket outlets for the Arizona Black Rodeo.

The following ticket types are available:

Table Seating ($40) Seating at a banquet table making it easier to enjoy food and beverages in comfort, with easy access to cash bar as well as the Shrine Cafe for hot food and snacks (i.e. buffalo wings, chicken tenders, hot dogs, salads, nachos, fries, onion rings, etc)

Reserved Table Group ($280) Enjoy your own private table with 8 discounted Reserved tickets, seating at a  banquet table making it easier to enjoy food and beverages, some of the better views for the concert, cash bar access, Cafe access for purchases of hot snacks and foods (i.e. buffalo wings, chicken tenders, hot dogs, salads, nachos, fries, onion rings, etc)

Tickets

  • General Admission Table Seat

    Sale ends: Sep 01, 12:00 AM

    - Seating at a banquet table making it easier to enjoy food and beverages - Enjoy great views of the concert - Cash bar access - Cafe access for purchases of hot snacks and foods (i.e. buffalo wings, chicken tenders, hot dogs, nachos, french fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings, salads, etc)

    $40.00
    Tax: +$3.32 Tax
  • Reserved Table Group

    Sale ends: Sep 01, 12:00 AM

    - Enjoy your own private table with 8 discounted tickets ($35/ticket) - Seating at a banquet table making it easier to enjoy food and beverages - The absolute views for the concert - Cash bar access - Cafe access for purchases of hot snacks and foods (i.e. buffalo wings, chicken tenders, hot dogs, nachos, french fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings, salads, etc)

    $280.00
    Tax: +$23.24 Tax

Total

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