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Jokes for Votes: Free Comedy Show with Demetri Martin and Others

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Funny or Die is teaming up with NextGen Climate to throw free comedy shows on college campuses around California and get people registered to vote. It’s called Jokes for Votes and it’s like Rock the Vote, but you know, funnier.

And guess who they asked to host the one in San Francisco: Me!

This all goes down on Monday, October 17th at the Cesar Chavez Student Center SF State with Demetri Martin Headlining. Check out all the information below and make sure to RSVP on Eventbrite or Facebook so they have an idea of how many people are coming.


Funny or Die and NextGen Climate present
JOKES for VOTES TOUR – Free Event

Featuring Demetri Martin (The Daily Show/Comedy Central)
with comedians Jordan Rock, Taylor Tomlinson and more.

Monday, October 17th at SF State
Doors at 7:00pm. Show begins promptly at 8pm at Cesar Chavez Student Center.

“Come on out as Funny Or Die and NextGen Climate bring comedy and democracy together in a historic fashion. They are bringing some of the biggest comedians in the world to San Francisco and other colleges in California for FREE to promote voter registration and getting out to vote this November.”


*Tickets are limited and RSVP does not Guarantee Entry once capacity is reached. Please arrive early to ensure entry.

Not sure if you are REGISTERED TO VOTE?

Text “Jokes” to 384-387 or  visit

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