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Light Em up Comedy Contest

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Eargasm Comedy's new take on the comedy contest. you the crowd will decide who's funny and whos not! Don't like the last joke press the light on your table to let the comics know if the comic gets 3 lights there set is over and we move on to the next! Support Local Comedians! Come help us improve our material one light at a time! Seating is limited make sure to rsvp [email protected] or if you want to perform email us as well!

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  • Bar 17

    4555 State Road, Cleveland Western Suburbs

    2164964831

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