Rickey Smiley, Comedy Night, More at Pompano Beach Cultural Center This Week
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]POMPANO BEACH COMEDY EVENT: Get ready to laugh as Rickey Smiley takes the stage Thursday Night to introduce an outstanding lineup of up and coming local comedians including Christopher Priester, Pam Bruno, Komedian Kermit and Chea Butter.
Smiley, one of the entertainment industry’s most celebrated performers, has made millions laugh for over 27 years and is set to replace Tom Joyner on the nation’s top rated Urban Radio morning show! Meanwhile, he will hosting the first major Pompano Beach comedy show featuring some of the hottest rising stars in the industry. Enjoy concessions and a full bar.
TICKET INFO: $30 Presale; $40 General Admission; $45 At the Door; $60 VIP Includes reception, preferred seating, & drink; $100 VIP + Meet & Greet includes private reception, signed copy of Rickey’s Book, front row seating, and drink.
Pompano Stand Up Live! Hosted by Rickey Smiley
Thursday August 22, 2019 from 8 – 11 pm, Pompano Beach Cultural Center, 50 West Atlantic Boulevard, Pompano Beach.
The Pompano Beach Comedy event is just one of several fun things to do in Pompano Beach’s Cultural Center this coming week. Other events include:
The world premiere of Experiencing Nirvana, a photo exhibition that offers a unique insider’s look into grunge rock history. The exhibit focuses on an eight-day period in the touring life of Nirvana, the seminal rock band led by Kurt Cobain. The show was put together by the co-founder of Sub Pop Records, Bruce Pavitt. The event continues through mid-September.
The Montage Film Series which runs on the last Thursday of every month (August 29th) presents “Support the Reel” The film event showcases four thought-provoking films from local black filmmakers in our Tri-County region. These films, and the discussion that follows, are meant to engage the audience in an open-ended conversation about art, history, relationships, policies, and women’s rights. This event will be moderated by Emmanuel George, a Miami native who incorporated the Black Broward Film Project in 2018 and is a passionate advocate for history and community activism.
This story was prepared by our Pompano Beach news desk with additional event info provided by the city of Pompano Beach, their websites, and additional venue websites.
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