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Chili Cook-off Comedy Festival

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Hilton Garden Inn Ithaca

130 East Seneca Street

Ithaca, NY 14850

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The best of Upstate New York comedy is back in Ithaca with the Chili Cook-off Comedy Festival.

2 Days, 2 Shows, featuring the best of New York and Upstate Rising Comedy Stars

Ithaca, NY -- Comedy On The Commons is back with the Chili Cook-off Comedy Festival. Friday, February 8th at 8 p.m. it's Upstate New York's funniest comedians at the Carolina Reaper Comedy Show. Then Saturday, February 9th at 8 p.m get ready for a New York City Comedy takeover with the Ghost Pepper Comedy Show. Both shows are at the Hilton Garden Inn 130 East Senaca St. Ithaca NY. Eat chili during the day, on The Commons. Then stay warm inside in the evening with Comedy on The Commons.

Join us on Friday, February 8th 8 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn for the Carolina Reaper Comedy Show. It's cold outside, but it is going to sunny and funny here. Hosted by Vanessa Okoyeh, it will feature some of the funniest up-and-coming comedians from Upstate and Central New York. Come see them before they are famous. Brian Rylott, Sarah Cannon, Walter Miller, Brian Rabadeau, And headliner Mr. Southern Fried Ithaca himself, Kenneth McLaurin, Ithaca's funniest comedian.

Kenneth McLaurin is really funny. Check out his reviews...http://bit.ly/KennethMcLaurinEntertainment

Saturday, February 9th at 8 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn. Come in out of the cold and see some of the rising stars of the New York City scene at the Ghost Pepper Comedy Show. Hosted by Angelia Petrillo, Scranton PA's funniest, and featuring tomorrow's superstars we have some of the funniest up-and-coming comedians from NYC. Don Jenkins, Juan Carlos, and Headliner Drexton Clemons

Drexton Clemons is an explosion of comedic energy! Born and raised just outside of Atlanta, Drexton Clemons has captivated crowds with his oddball and thesis-driven commentary on music, current events, and relationships. After years in the Atlanta comedy scene, he moved to New York and joined Comedy-Ish productions to provide opportunities to African-American comics in the New York City area. He has since started the See Something Say Something Comedy Show, where he brings headlining and touring comics to unconventional places to do stand up, including Washington Square Park and the New York Subway. In 2015, he released his first comedy special, “Could Be Better”. He has been featured in A3C, the Athens Fringe Festival, and the Harlem Comedy Festival.



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