3 hour OPEN BAR, Meet and Greet, Q&A, DJ/Karaoke, private party celebration with The Tenderloins (Joe, Q, Murr and Sal), aka the cast of Impractical Jokers!
WHEN: Sunday, July 7th - 6-9pm. NOTE: PLEASE DISREGARD THE 2-5PM OPTION WHEN ORDERING. THERE IS ONLY ONE EVENT FROM 6-9PM.
WHERE: Their hometown! Staten Island! @ Full Cup, 388 Van Duzer Street, SI, NY 10304
WHAT: OPEN BAR! DJ! KARAOKE! Q&A!
COST: $110 per ticket (**includes tax**) plus applicable fees (eventbrite ticket fee of approx $7.04 per ticket) = $117.04 approx TOTAL
Each event will begin with a Q&A with the guys, followed by DJ/Karaoke (yes, they will all be in attendance for the full event!). Come have fun with them and other fans, take pics, sing/dance and enjoy the open bar.
*Portion of the proceeds donated to St. Jude's Children's Foundation. Spots are limited to approximately 100 people per event. ***THIS EVENT IS 21 AND OVER***
NO ONE UNDER 21 WILL BE ADMITTED, PROPER IDENTIFICATION MANDATORY***
The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe
The Tenderloins are the creators, executive producers, writers and stars of truTV’s hit show, Impractical Jokers. They are currently touring nationwide with “The Tenderloins LIVE” show, a mix of stand-up, stories and insight into the making of Impractical Jokers. The next installment of the IJ series, presently filming, is set to air Summer, 2013.
Natives of Staten Island, New York – Sal Vulcano, Joe Gatto, James Murray and Brian Quinn met while attending high school, and later formed The Tenderloins Comedy Troupe in 1999.
After years of performing live improv and sketch comedy shows in theatres, clubs and festivals across the country, The Tenderloins crossed over to the web, garnering millions of views for their Internet sketches. At the height of MySpace’s popularity, The Tenderloins were ranked #1 out of over 120,000 comedian accounts.
They went on to win the $100,000 grand prize of NBC’s “It’s Your Show”, a sketch comedy competition show, hosted by Carson Daly. A single-camera, scripted sitcom pilot with Spike TV followed, based on the guys' real lives. They have also had pilots with A&E, TBS, and CMT, as well as their own independently produced sitcom pilot, which was an official New York Television Festival selection.