Carolina Sketchfest 2: 2014 Mamma-Jamma Edition – Asheville’s Biggest Night of Sketch Comedy
2014′s biggest night of sketch comedy in WNC returns for one show on Saturday, March 29th. See fan-favorite material from four of The South’s best sketch comedy groups.
If you attended the sold-out 2013 Carolina Sketchfest, then get ready to see completely different material from every group. Plus, a new group for 2014, Robot Johnson, makes their Asheville debut. Each group has their own style of comedy so there is something for everyone no matter what your comedy tastes are.
DATE & TIME: Saturday, March 29th – 8:00pm
LOCATION: Asheville Community Theatre – Mainstage, 35 East Walnut St., Downtown Asheville, NC
SHOW CONTENT: 18+ only show with adult content and language. Beware, no topic is safe from these comedy groups.
TICKETS: $20 – INCLUDES COMPLIMENTARY BEER all night long from Presenting Sponsor Asheville Brewing Company. Wine and water will also be available at cash-only bar.
3 Ways to Purchase Tickets (NOTE-2013 Carolina Sketchfest sold out in adavance) :
Buy tickets ONLINE at: http://carolinasketchfest.com/tickets/
Buy tickets at Asheville Community Theatre Box Office
Call & Purchase tickets at Asheville Community Theatre Box Office: 828-254-1320
NOTE – This is a reserved seating event. You select the exact seats you want at time of purchase.
PERFORMING COMEDY GROUPS:
The Feral Chihuahuas – Carolina Sketchfest hosts/performers are celebrating their 10 Year Anniversary having performed over 300 shows in WNC and at comedy festivals around the country.
LYLAS – This all-female sketch comedy group is hot off of their sold-out shows in January, and have a huge fanbase of all genders.
Robot Johnson – The #1 comedy group in Charlotte, NC bring their Saturday Night Live style of comedy to Asheville for the first time.
Thunderstood – The award-winning one-man sketch comedy show has performed at every major comedy festival in the U.S., and brings an all-new set in his Sketchfest return.
FUNDRAISING FOR BROTHER WOLF ANIMAL RESCUE:
Just as in 2013, Carolina Sketchfest will donate a portion of proceeds to its Charity Sponsor Brother Wolf.