Triple Threat Comedy Tour to make first stop in Beaumont
If laughter is the best medicine, Southeast Texans should gear up for a triple dose of chuckles. Lafalot Entertainment challenges the Golden Triangle to “Lafalot or Die” as they present the first Triple Threat Comedy Tour show Saturday, Nov. 3 in Beaumont.
The tour will feature some of comedy’s best acts including from the movie Next Friday staring Ice Cube and Mike Epps The African King of Comedy Michael Blackson, also from BET’s Comic View and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boys of Comedy; Rod Man, from Comedy Central, Nick Cannon’s “Wild N Out” and Martin Lawrence’s “1st Amendment” which airs on Starz. He has also been in the presence of comedy greats like the “queen of comedy” Monique and Showtime at the Apollo; and for the grand finale the tour presents 10 year comedy veteran Fat Natt who has been called “300 pounds of funny” coming from New Orleans, home of Lafalot Entertainment. The show will be hosted by Houston comedian Craig Bush.
“Triple Threat is the signifying name that symbolizes what these comedians present on stage, a threat to those who dare not to ‘laf.’ This show will remind you of great triples such as The Three Stooges, the Dallas Cowboy’s Triplets Michael Irvin, Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith, with a brand of comedy that won’t be presented on another tour this century,” said Woodie Horne, head honcho of Lafalot Entertainment.
The show will be begin at 8 p.m. at the Jefferson Theatre in Beaumont. Tickets are $35 per person or $50 for every two tickets purchased. Tickets are currently available at all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com or www.lafalotentertainment.com
“Don’t miss it!” Woodie said. “It is guaranteed to be funny and the hottest comedy show you’ve seen.”
The Triple Threat Comedy Tour will not end with the Golden Triangle show, they plan to go through numerous cities in an effort to “proclaim the same fame as the Kings of Comedy and Blue Collar T.V.” Next stop — Shreveport!