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New York Comedy Festival Presents KIKI FUNNY MAMA'S NIGHT OUT

Performances are November 9th & 11th at St. Marks Comedy Club.

New York Comedy Festival Presents KIKI FUNNY MAMA'S NIGHT OUT

"Kiki Funny Mama's Night Out" (KFMNO) is on a mission to highlight "rising stars" Asian American female comedians to a broad audience all over the world.

KFMO played to SOLD OUT audiences in Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco, headlined by Crazy Woke Asians founder, Kiki Yeung features the hottest Asian American female comedians is coming to New York Comedy Festivalon November 9th & 11th at St. Marks Comedy Club!

KFMMO brings diversity and inclusion to the comedy scene while championing Asian American women rights and identities; spreading laugher and tackling relevant subjects such as Asian hate and breaking bamboo ceilings.

KFMNO show features 4-5 Asian American female comedians plus special guests to round out the evening. Headliner Kiki Yeung (ABC, Whohaha, Carolines on Broadway, Laugh Factory).

Line up featuring Alyce Chan (MOMCOM NYC), Jocelyn Chia (Comedy Cellar), Lin Sun (Peacock TV), Linda Schwartz (The Comedy Store), Soo Ra (Laugh Factory), Ksenia (Laugh Factory, Netflix is A Joke), Sonya Vai (New York Comedy Festival), Macy Kwok (St Marks Comedy Club), Peng Dang (Improv, Kill Tony), Peter Liu (Boston Comedy Festival) and more.

Hosted by Ryan Koo (Comedy Chateau, "Rising Star" Award Crazy Woke Asians Comedy Festival), Sizzle (Crazy Woke Asians Comedy Festival) Ricky Sim (New York Comedy Festival) and Tony Shriller (The Comedy Chateau, Carolines on Broadway).

Show info: www.crazywokeasians.com/kikifunnymamasnightout

Shows:

Nov 9 Wed 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Nov 11 Thur 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Doors open: 7pm & 9pm

*Post show industry panel to follow. Guests are welcome to ask comedians questions.

Tickets:

$25 General admission (first come first served).

$35 VIP/Front Row or Booth (2 booths only), no lines.

*Bottle service and AUCD premium shots package available, see add ons.

2 drinks minimum.

*Tickets are non-refundable.

https://nycomedyfestival.com



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