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An Awesome Super Bowl Alternative – The Comedy Show Super Bowl XXVII: Men in Tights

Updated: Jan 30, 2014 13:57
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Not everyone is into the Super Bowl. I mean it’s a fun holiday filled with eating too many kinds of dips and drinking shitty American beer, but that’s only fun for so long. If you don’t give a fuck about the Super Bowl then this event is perfect for you. Plus I have two pairs of tickets to give away for it! Wanna win them? Then enter below all the info that I’m about to copy and paste. Wanna just buy tickets to support two great non profits? Then do that here.

If your favorite part of the Super Bowl is watching the commercials, then we have the show for you!

SF IndieFest presents the 4th-annual SUPER BOWL: MEN IN TIGHTS! A fierce battle of MILLIONAIRES who are probably YOUNGER THAN YOU!!!

Hosted as always by David Cairns, OJ Patterson, and David “Snackbar Jackson” Gborie!

With special guests from the best of SF stand-up and improv comedy:

• Matt Nelsen
• Chrysteena Lairamore
• Spencer Bainbridge
• Max McCal
• Alani Foxall
• Olivia Kingsley
• Juan Medina
• Cheerleader, Pam Benjamin
• Chris Blair!

So come on down to the Roxie Theatre on February 2nd, drink some beers, wines, and bloodies, eat some snacks, drop in a couple bucks to help the Roxie and SF IndieFest, and laugh your ass off in our comfy theater seats!

$10 donation benefits SF IndieFest and Roxie Theater, two non profit San Francisco arts organizations.


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