Young Black and Funny Comedy Jam

Young Black and  Funny Comedy Jam

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About Young Black and Funny Comedy Jam

We are only selling entire tables instead of individual tickets
2 options
Two Person Table
Four Person Table
Our Seating is Now Done by the Date and Time of the Ticket Purchase/Reservation. You will be Assigned Tables by Purchase Date.
If You Wish to Sit with Another Party. You Must Call the Box Office in Advance.


What we’re doing to keep everyone safe:
We will be taking everyone’s temperature upon arrival and we do not allow entry if your temperature is 100 degrees or higher.
We require all guests to wear a mask unless seated consuming food or beverage.
Our staff will be wearing masks at all times and will meet temperature requirements before entering.


Monster Energy Outbreak Tour is pleased to announce the 10-city, 33-date Young, Black, and Funny Comedy Jam tour in partnership with 28-year-old Montreal Just For Laughs Festival “New Face” Leonard Ouzts, who also headlines the dates. The tour starts on Sunday, July 9, in Cleveland, OH, and ends on Saturday, September 11, and Jacksonville, FL.

Ouzts, who hails from Chesapeake, VA, has enjoyed success with “Unprotected Sets” his on Epix comedy special offers a sarcastic off-the-cuff and versatile style of comedy that gives his audience non-stop entertainment.

Other comedians gracing the stage include Chicago by way of St. Louis’ Vincent Bryant, who made his television debut on Comedy Central “Kevin Hart Presents: Hart Of The City,” Taneshia “Just Nesh” Rice, who was given her own special called “The Next Level” on Comedy Central, performed on Russell Simmons’ HBO standup showcase “All Def Comedy Jam,” “Monique & Friends Comedy Special” and TruTVs “LaffMob Lafftracks,” former Worldstar TV host Detroit’s Chris “CP” Powell, and hailing from Kankakee, IL T Murph, the comic that Entertainment Weekly calls “scene-stealing and hilarious” and said to have been “the most consistently funny aspect of the show” in the New York Times for his work on Hulu’s Woke.

“I handpicked every comic for this tour, and they are the funniest in the business. Monster Energy Outbreak Tour believed in my vision, and I am happy to partner with them to bring these live shows to fruition. COVID has taken a toll on everyone, and we are ready to bring people out to knock the cobwebs off and watch us go to war on the stage,” states Leonard Ouzts.