New Orleans is truly earning its crown as the US "party central" this weekend alone. Besides the obvious main events of Superbowl#47 and smattering of carnival parades tossed around the area, the city is playing host to its usual concerts and happenings.
But, if you're more in the mood for comedy, rather than a concert, you're in luck. The Royal Comedy Tour, makes a stop at the U.N.O arena on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m.
The four comic tour, comprised of Sommore, D. L. Hughley, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock makes New Orleans a prime stop on their 25 city tour. As the show has been billed as the longest-running urban comedy tour, audiences can expect old-school comedy delivered with a modern voice to a more current generation.
All four have impressive resumes: between stand-up gigs, individual concerts, celebrity roasts and broadcast specials, New Orleans can expect to have the lakefront arena rocked out from laughter Saturday night. So if you're not familiar with the skills of these fantastic four, you're need to change your obvious life of seclusion.
Want to go into the Superbowl experience with a lighter mood before the game charges you up? Then get your tickets to The Royal Comedy Tour; while they're available. Seats are going fast and at only $65 and up for a seat, finding a better price for hours of guaranteed laughter just can't be done. Tickets are available at: www.ticketmaster.com.