MUST READ Before purchasing your tickets
For your safety and ours, we will follow all requirements established by the City Of Pleasanton COVID-19 business reopening plan. These include:
• Staff have will temperatures checked before starting work
• Our team will wear masks while engaging with the public
• Capacity and distancing are enforced, and standing in the bar is prohibited
• Hand sanitizer is available and encouraged for your use
• Our Dinner and Comedy events will be held outdoors, all are asked to wear masks while on the property.
READ THE FOLLOWING RULES CAREFULLY AS THEY WILL BE ENFORCED WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
Tickets can be available for purchase online.
TICKET PURCHASER MUST PRESENT THE CREDIT CARD USED FOR PURCHASE AND MAAATCHING ID.
* At this time tickets are sold in groups of 4, or sets of 2. This show is held in the west parking lot at TommyTS in Pleasanton. Usual parking access will be restricted. We encourage you to park in our adjoining lots. All attendees must have a current I.D. The ticket purchaser will be responsible for his group to check in and secure check out of auditory devices. There will be no public P.A. system.
*All tickets are WILL CALL
*PLEASE NOTE: There is a (2) item minimum PER PERSON (which can be any combination of Food and Drink
AGAIN, the above rules will be enforced WITHOUT EXCEPTION.
Known throughout the world for his no-holds barred comedic genius; Damon Wayans is best known as writer and star on FOX’s Emmy Award-Winning series, “In Living Color.” There, he created some of the show’s most iconic sketch characters, including “Homey the Clown,” “Handiman” and outrageously gay film critic “Blaine” from “Men on Film.” His writing for the series earned him two Emmy Award nominations. Wayans also starred in, co-created and executive-produced the hit comedy series “My Wife and Kids.” The series received numerous awards, including the 2002 People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Television Comedy Seres and Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series.
Additionally, he created, executive-produced and starred in the sketch show “The Underground.” Other television credits include the half-hour FOX comedy “Damon,” in which he starred and executive-produced, and the hour-long drama “413 Hope Street,” which was nominated for a People’s Choice Award. He served as an executive on “Waynehead,” a Saturday morning animated cartoon, which featured the voices of his siblings, Kim, Marlon and Shawn Wayans.
On the big screen, Wayans starred in Spike Lee’s critically acclaimed film, “Bamboozled.” He also starred an executive produce the independent film “Harlem Aria.” Other feature credits include starring role in “Major Payne,” “Blankman” and “Mo Money,” which he wrote and executve-produced. Wayans also was featured in “The Great White Hype,” “Celtic Pride,” “The Last Boy Scout,” “Earth Girls are Easy,” “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka,” “Colors,” “Punchline,” “Hollywood Shuffle,” “Roxanne” and “Beverly Hills Cop.” Wayans has enjoyed tremendous success in stand-up. After starting his career in 1982 touring the comedy club circuit, he landed a role as a featured player on “Saturday Night Live.” Wayans went on to star in his own critically acclaimed specials, “One Night Stand,” “The Last Stand,” “Still Standing” and “Way Out.” Also a New York Times best-selling author, Wayans penned the 1999 book “Bootleg,” a humorous compilation of this observation on family, children, marriage and politics. In May 2010, Wayans’ debut novel, “Red Hats,” was released.
In the summer of 2014, Damon performed with his brothers Shawn, Marlon and Keenen on their U.S. comedy tour. Next, Damon will hit the road for his solo comedy tour.