102.5 and Sprint Present
2018 Cap City Comedy Slam, Headliner: Kiry Shabazz
Featured Performer: Ellis Rodriguez, Featured Performer: Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh, Guest Performer: Glory Magaña, Host: Carlos Rodriguez
1013 K Street
Sacramento, CA, 95814
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
2018 Cap City Comedy Slam
102.5 KSFM presents 3rd Annual Cap City Comedy Slam powered by Sprint! It’s the local names you know and love on one stage for a night of gut busting laughs.
Headliner: Kiry Shabazz
With his witty material, charming personality and off-the-cuff spontaneous ability to engage and captivate his audiences, Kiry Shabazz has become a regular at many clubs around Northern California such as the Punchline, Laughs Unlimited, Comedy Spot and Tommy T’s. He gained national recognition when he won the 2017 “NBC Standup” comedy competition and the accolades just keep coming. Kiry’s comedic trajectory is showing no signs of slowing. His comedy involves the brutal takedown of health food stores and observations around race and the movie “Home Alone.”
Featured Performer: Ellis Rodriguez
Ellis Rodriguez is one of the fastest rising comedians today, he was recently a Finalist in both the Las Vegas World Series of Comedy, 'Comedy Central’s Up Next', and 'NBC Standup' comedy showcases. His regular appearances at major comedy clubs in Sacramento, the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles has shaped this seasoned comedian craft and execute punchlines with impeccable timing and charisma.
Featured Performer: Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh
Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh has been dubbed "The Next Big Indian Comedian" by India West, and TV Asian named him "one of the must see Stand-Up Comedians in the U.S." Kabir has opened for some of the funniest people in the business, including Russell Peters, Dave Chappelle and Dane Cook. Kabir's energy, in-your-face attitude mixed with clever material has grown him sizable fan base in a few years.
Guest Performer: Glory Magaña
Glory Magaña is the youngest of 15 siblings and started in comedy by making her brothers and sisters laugh. Glory first performed in San Francisco on the stage where Phyllis Diller, Woody Allen, and Richard Pryor once performed. One of Glory’s comedy highlights was performing at the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston. Her comedy consists of her life as a Mexican-American tall-drink-of-horchata, her love for chubby men, and how the public confuses her with being different ethnicities.
Host: Carlos Rodriguez
Carlos Rodriguez developed his quick wit and fast-talking delivery while growing up in a large family. He taps into his inner child with excitement and energy and balances that with the grace and timing of a seasoned pro. His observational humor touches on memories of his childhood and views on simple ideas.